Morning Musings – 90 Days of Inspiration: Day 10


What is Possible?

The only way to discover the limits of the possible is to go beyond them into the impossible.

~ Eileen Bild

Anytime I have thought or considered I could not achieve something; it brings a feeling of disappointment. Life seems to have a way of testing us, to see how far we are willing to go. It dangles the carrot stick ever so close, I can see it and feel it, yet it can appear as it if is out of reach.

But, when I snap out of the “I can’t” thinking, replacing it with the concept that if I were to do “this”, then perhaps the outcome will be what I want, amazing things start to happen. Pieces of the puzzle are thrown out in front of me to place in the frame of what I have envisioned. There are hints along the way, sometimes hard punches, other times clear messages.

When the shift occurs in my mind, I now have the drive to take the steps necessary to move in the direction I wish to go. The universe seems to co-conspire with that inner impulse and the willingness to go along with my thoughts.

Have you ever thought about why things happen the way they do?

For me, there are no coincidences. Everything has a connection, intertwined with the energies of everyone else and their thinking and actions. Kind of mind-boggling when you think about the expansiveness of what makes the world go around. We are all working together on many different levels both in the conscious and subconscious.

Going from the limits of possibility to the impossible making it possible is quite a journey, yet one that is rewarding, exciting and liberating.

A question to ask yourself: What is stopping you? Fear, lack of confidence, you’ve been told it can’t be done or you’re not capable, no one has done it before, the list can go on….

Guess what! All that we know and have from the beginning of time came into existence because of the spark of a thought. Consider what you are thinking today and how it lines up with what you want. The impossible is possible!!!

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