That is perfect; this is perfect.
If perfection is taken from the perfect, only the perfect remains.
Listen to the mantra:
This mantra, from the first verse of the Isha Upanishad, is translated in many ways. Some say this short mantra sums up the nature of reality, and all spiritual seekers benefit from chanting it and contemplating its underlying meaning. It is a most popular mantra, one often used to end yoga classes as much as pujas.
Bring this mantra into your daily practice to facilitate connection with the Ultimate Reality and bring equanimity, tranquility, and peace to your life.