Tell yourself, ‘Life is Perfect’.
As you go through your day, juxtapose uncertain items by setting them side by side to your conception of what perfection would be.
As an example, perhaps you catch yourself saying something to a friend that you know isn’t appropriate, and definitely is not perfect.
Make a mental note about that. Ask yourself how you could make it perfect in the future.
Engaging in a habit that you want to quit? Ponder why you are doing it in the first place and what could be substituted for that action.
If anything you do doesn’t rise high enough to be considered perfect, tweak it a bit. Dream up what you could have done that would have been perfect.
Instead of that unkind word said to a friend, imagine how you (and your friend) would have felt if you had sent her a magnificent message with a little gift enclosed, instead.
Even little, seemingly inconsequential actions, can be the cores of life-changing moments of perfection.
With every tomorrow, raise the bar higher.
Oh, you want life to be perfect right now?
Just inform yourself – in every way possible – that it is.