We all fall into belief patterns that limit us from creating what we are really capable of achieving. There was an experiment with fleas, where they were placed in a glass jar with a glass top. They were jumping and hitting the top repeatedly, until they began jumping just short of the top. Once all the fleas only jumped shot of the top, they removed the cover. Can you guess how many fleas jumped out? None! Even though they were all capable of jumping out of the jar, none of them did. They created a belief that they would always hit the the glass top and so never again jumped to their ability. We all have false beliefs about what we are capable of creating.
So the thought is, “Where have you limited yourself?” Few people have lives without problems popping up. When you encounter situations that you find stressful, you can choose how you react. That is the power. It begins with trust. Trust that you are being supported, and that there is a lesson for you to learn. How you see things affects how you create your world. Pause for a minute, close your eyes and breathe deeply. Quiet your mind. Listen for clarity. Keep breathing. Be patient. Answers will come.
Possibilities are endless and only restricted by your imagination. When you want to find a solution to a problem, look for the possibilities that really give you the result you want, no matter how implausible. Miracles happen every day. Miracles are the manifestation of thoughts and beliefs. So if you have your wish, what do you want to have happen in your life, given the circumstances? Stretch your imagination. Create new possibilities. Always ask, “This or something better for my highest good.”
So ask yourself, “If I had a magic wand, what would I really want? If I knew that I can create anything I really want, and I will succeed and I have all the skills and time that I need, what do I really want?” Write a list of those things. Put it somewhere where you will see it everyday. Read those things. Imagine they are coming true.
Lastly build support. Change can be the most stressful thing you do. Einstein said, “You can’t solve a problem with the same mind that created it.” Look for people to support you. Be aware that friends and family may or may not be supportive for you. The process of breaking through needs to have consistency. When the resistance that been keeping you from accomplishing the result you want comes forward, many people give up. That’s why having support is necessary. Having support that can be emotionally separate is important. Getting sound advice and positive feedback makes the process so much more grace filled. As you stretch your limits, life will meet you with support. Ask for help if you need it and be open to accepting it.
Try this and see for yourself!
Be your best,