Perspective, Perception and Perceiving

Sunday’s quiet, sweet and full of still moments.

I spend time with my wonderful companion, my friend, my husband.

He brings so much to me, to my life, a perspective of perception and

what we perceive.

I used to think they were all the same, they are not.

The line between is thin.

We must learn to discern the difference.

One of the most powerful gifts of wisdom I have learned from him is how to “trust” my perception, honor what I know about myself and what I am perceiving.

How did he teach me this?

By “being” himself, and I listen, observe and am open to how he responds to me and how he lives his life.

Who brings wisdom to you, simply because of who they are?

Are you willing to receive it?

Do you trust what your perceiving?

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What do these words mean?

Perspective, how we see things.

Perception, the result of how we perceive which leads us to another question, what then is perceiving?

Perceiving: discernment, understanding, recognizing, becoming aware of.

Do you see the Fish in the Image?

The challenge is listening, observing, and releasing what we want or need so we may embrace the information that is being shown to us.

True growth comes from a place of knowing how we are being perceived, the impact we have and how others respond.

I am transparent which is a gift and a challenge.

You know the person that “wears their heart on their shirt sleeve” or “those that are so sensitive”

That’s me.

It is very hard to be with others who are out of integrity, incongruent with what they say and do. 

It takes practice and desire to observe, listen and receive what we need for ourselves and how to honor others.

May your heart be open to all the Beauty and Joy that surrounds you!

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