The practice of completion requires us to pay attention to our feelings and sensations more than to our thinking mind. Completion is an essential component of self-care.
We are invited to check in regularly: Am I complete about this situation? Is there more I need to say or heal? If you pause and look at your life, the projects, and the relationships you are in, you may be amazed at how many of them are incomplete, often out of fear or simply negligence.
Completion has many benefits. It helps you to stay grounded and centered; it supports your inner stillness and enhances your listening skills. Completion is a regenerative practice that allows you to open new doors and be open to new possibilities. Without completion, you will be stuck in the same patterns over and over.
Completion teaches us to let go. The ultimate experience of this is during our last breath. The culture we live in does not know how to die, and that is the source of unnecessary agitations. Letting go needs to be at the core of every relationship, starting with the most important relationship, the relationship with one’s self. Invite this practice into your life, make an inventory of all your projects and relationships; and decide what it will take for you to feel complete. It will bring more clarity and peace into your life.