How often do you limit your choices - before you even consider them - by deciding you don't have the time or the money? Time and money are two reasons people will give for not doing something. What if you took them out of the equation so you could see what you'd really like to choose. THEN you get to ask some other questions, like "what will it take for the money to show up for this with ease?" or "what will it take for a babysitter to show up with ease" or "what will it take for my parents/spouse/boss/bank/friend to give me the time/money to do this thing I'd really love to do with ease, or something greater?". You NEVER know what will show up. One of the truths of the universe is "Ask and you shall receive". Don't ask, don't get. So what if you stopped being your greatest limitation and started living?
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