You just can’t live this way anymore…
I know it’s tough to admit it.
But the truth has slipped already into your awareness, hasn’t it?
You have begun to realize that you’ve settled for far less than what you truly want.
You’ve come face to face with the fact that one or several aspects of your life—your relationships, your career, your business, your finances or your living environment—was not exactly what you wanted. Instead, it was only what you believed you could have.
Now, in a fit of inspiration tinged heavily with desperation, you’ve promised yourself not to live this way anymore and to never again settle for less than your heart’s desire.
You’ve also frantically set out to make change and—this time—to live the life you really want.
Yet what you haven’t done yet is pause, reflect on and answer the question that looms large before you: Why?
- Why did you settle for so little or what you didn’t want in the first place?
- Why didn’t you pursue your deeper dreams and aspirations right from the start?
- And why, when you feel the desire to be, to do or to have more, do you also find yourself minimizing or judging it as not important or of little value?
Because the truth is, your sincere and whole-hearted desire for change along with a firm, committed decision to do so, is not necessarily enough to help you make your transformation.
You must also alter the model by which you live, and which has limited your life experience thus far–including your success.
So here are three new ways to approach life to help guarantee you make a successful transformation:
1. When you look to external appearances and resources in order to determine what is possible, you’ll always settle for what’s available rather than realize you can create what you want.
Instead, you need to embrace a Universal Truth of Abundance. Perceptions or experiences of lack or limitation are simply a reflection of your unawareness of an unlimited, creative force within you. Not the truth of what’s possible.
As a result, unless you connect with this powerful, unlimited force and then use your ability both to envision and to create the life experience you desire, you are likely to recreate only more of the same of what you already have.
2. You need to understand and embrace the uncertainty principle.
This principle states “awareness of both the next step and the entire path to live your dreams can never be simultaneously known”. But your desire to know both and to refuse to take any action toward your dreams until you do will keep you stuck in a mindset and life experience of fear and lack.
Instead, you need to embrace uncertainty as an ever-present and permanent part of your path—and then take the next step anyway. As such, you’ll generate consistent forward momentum towards your dream’s ultimate manifestation.
3. You don’t recognize the desire to be, to do and to have more as the creative impulse within you wanting to express itself.
Or that this very same creative impulse exists in and is the cause for all of life. It’s what transforms the acorn into the oak tree, the seed into the flower and your dreams into a life experience.
As such, to minimize or to judge your desire as unimportant or without value is to misunderstand and thwart the Universe’s ultimate creative purpose—that being, more life to all.
A purpose, by the way, that includes supporting both you and your dreams.
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