Magnetic Monday – Perfection

It never fails . . .

As a teacher, whenever I am talking on a particular subject such as perfection in this episode of The Quantum Success Show, I go deeper in my understanding and expansion.

I hope that you are able to see how reaching for perfection works against the Law of Attraction and the Law of Sufficiency and Abundance.

Also, I have a special gift for you as well :)

I have gifted you with my first book, Perfect Pictures. Just click (or right-click) on the link below to download your version:

Perfect Pictures

Also, please leave me your comments and what you are taking away so we can continue the conversation below.

Thank you,


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  1. I both agree and disagree about stiving for perfection. When starting any endeavor, striving for perfection immediately can/will cause a stalemate and no progress is made; however, making some initial plans and immediately following them one will make progress and, through any mistakes made, can adjust those plans and will therefore start progressing exponentially, via lessons learned … i.e. failures are stepping-stones to success! Ultimately, we ARE seeking perfection, or at least a significant level of “perfection” in all we strive to accomplish … and this is not difficult, if you take one-step-at-a-time (i.e. baby-steps). For instance, as long as one pays 10% of their gross income for tithing, they are a “perfect” tithepayer, since all the Lord expects is his 10%. One can be “perfect” at attending church by attending every Sunday. One can be perfect in their efforts to stay out of debt (or out of excessive debt) by diligently paying their bills each month and paying off loans ASAP … and following a budget. In the Sermon on the Mount (Matthew chapter 5), Christ really meant it when he said “Be ye therefore perfect, even as your Father which is in Heaven is perfect.”

  2. Thanks Christy – great words of wisdom here – I can relate to so much of what you say – loving yourself is the hardest lesson of all!

  3. Priscilla Pugh says:

    Exactly what I was needing this morning!! Thank you, Christy

  4. To understand what exactly is ment by REALLY ATTRACTING It needs spritual background.
    I assume Indians can understand easily.

  5. Dear Christy:

    I always look forward to your Magnetic Monday videos.

    Regarding the topic of perfection, you have great insights! Thank you. I thought I would pass along a quote I once read that I loved:
    “The banishment of imperfection, is the destruction of expression.”


  6. WOW, Christy! Thank You It’s like you read my mind! I am in the QSCA program and as I was reading yesterday, I was thinking to myself “You don’t have to be perfect. Just do your best”. So your message is great timing! Thank You! Thank You! Thank You!!

  7. I loved her video. The acoustics were terrible tho. It sounded like she was in a tunnel. Put a plant in the room or something to help with the sound.

  8. Charlene Potterbaum says:

    Lovely words, dear Christy–Just wanted to share that many years ago, I heard a man say, on tape–that “anything worth doing, is worth doing poorly, until you learn to do it well!” That statement helped to set me free from the nagging “perfection” business…because of that, I became a gardener. Yep, I managed to kill a few plants off, thinking they were weeds…but eventually, that garden thrived. Because of that comment, I started quilting. Finally got to the point where I could actually sell them, but it didn’t happen in the first decade. I could go on and on, but you get the picture…but your wisdom above is so ‘right on’…and I am loving you more every day, even though we have never met. It seems our hearts enjoy dancing together…Love, Char

  9. Hi Christy,thank you for this!

    …While we procrastinate to share our contribution with others ,because we think it s not good enough,there are people whose lives would benefit from our imperfect work!

  10. Hi Christy, I’m so cool with taking actions and doing the best we can do and having the framework that people do the best they can do — even when that are spinning in overwhelm from perfection tapes going on in their head, heart, or energy fields. I so look forward to you as a Fabulous Speaker on the upcoming free Telesummit online June 2 to 6 (12, 1:30 ,5:00 PDT). Your talk is about the Law of Sufficiency and Abundance, if someone wants to join us. There will be room for Q and A on the call at the end. Thank you for being You as your leadership is foundational and encouraging all of us to move forward and embrace whatever is our best actions in the best way we can at that moment. Course corrections — love it.

  11. I struggled for a long time with understanding the difference between perfectionism and true perfection. In order to help me make instant decisions as to whether I’m headed for perfection or just rearranging distractions, I have chosen “Ithaka” as a mind image of the final, perfect result.

    “Ithaka” is a poem by the Greek poet Constantine P. Cavafy, in which he describes a journey to Ithaka, the destination. Here the last paragraph:

    “Ithaka gave you the marvellous journey.
    Without her you wouldn’t have set out.
    She has nothing left to give you now.
    And if you find her poor, Ithaka won’t have fooled you.
    Wise as you will have become, so full of experience,
    you’ll have understood by then what these Ithakas mean”

    Thank you for your “Perfect Pictures” :-)

  12. stephanie says:

    hi christie! thank you thank you thank you for you!!! you are such a gift and a blessing in my life. i’m 48 years old and releasing my lifetime role of victim and adoptiing a new role of strong, loving, abundant spirit! and releasing my need/desire/expectation of perfection is part of it. i so appreciate how freely and generously you give of yourself. it’s beautiful, and so are you! have a great week.

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