Is it possible?

Ask me, “Is it possible?” and I’m likely to ask you, “Do you think it is?” 
My husband loves to remind me that certain things according to the laws of Physics etc are in fact impossible. But most of us don’t even need immutable laws to shut us down. We do that all on our own.
I’ll never lose this weight. I’ll never find a partner. My partner will never be the person I want him or her to be. It’s not possible for me to be successful and have balance in my life. I’ve never been organized/calm/happy/on time, its just not happening for me.
If you continue to tell the story that it is not possible, guess what? It is not possible. Period, amen. You will not see results contrary to the beliefs you are putting out there, because you are always looking for evidence to support and re-affirm your negative/limiting belief.
Look for evidence to support a new thought about what is possible, what good things are unfolding, and you will start to see exactly that. And before you know it what once felt impossible is now bit by bit coming into being. 

What do you have to lose by trying? Even if you don’t get your result, wouldn’t it be nice to take a break from the same old negative tracks constantly on replay in your mind?
This month for me has been all about changing the story that I am confused, that I don’t know what to do next.  Brushing my teeth, driving my car, walking my dog, you can find me saying, “I am getting clearer all the time. I have so much more clarity than I realize,” and enjoying how much more freedom thoughts like those open up.

Rachel SizemoreComment