BELIEVE the Unbelievable
BELIEVE THE UNBELIEVABLE
In order to change your beliefs so that you can “Think the unthinkable.” you must first shift who you are being… as your “state of being” is the origin from which your ideas for living come.
Unfortunately, you’ve probably been educated to think in the box, expected the unexpected from a perspective of “What’s the worst case scenario?” and if you try to believe the “unbelievable” (I get accused of this regularly) people will call you crazy.
However, it is this independent thinking that I’m inviting you to embody that showed Edison how to make electricity work for us, or the Wright Brothers to create an airplane so we can fly. And in this day and age, where we are all reinventing what life means, if through nothing else, in our ever advancing technology, we must learn to embrace the unknown, as this is how we create the human story.
To do this, you must elevate your belief about yourself, that you are more (worthy, beautiful, intelligent, talented, etc.) than who you are being right now. And, despite what you’ve heard, you don’t have to forgive anyone or “stay real” to anyone’s opinion of you to do this. You simply have to intend on changing what you believe… and elevate your thought-stream to one that produces ideas that make you feel happy.
BELIEF SYSTEM CHALLENGE ::
Pick some part of who you are (what you currently believe about yourself) that, if you could, you would make just a little bit… stronger, wiser, more courageous, or flexible.
Next, write out what you would like that part of your life to look like. Then read it. Contemplate it. Try it on in your imagination. Feel how it would feel to go through life as this new, more confident version of yourself.
If you did it (wrote it, read it, and played with it in your imagination), and did it for even a minute, the energy you emitted into the Uni-verse when you did, sent a signal out that this is how you WANT to feel… and then Uni-verse will reflect your energy by delivering to you physical experiences that match it.
Hence… from your new perception, you can better “expected the unexpected!”