Do you sometimes feel like you have no options? For example, you have no choice but to look after your elderly parents, make your kids do homework, stay late at the office, cancel your holiday, pay for dinner, host the family at Christmas, get married, get a job, buy a house, have kids. There is nothing intrinsically wrong with any of these things. It's simply your point of view if you don't like something. If your point of view is that you don't like it and you'd prefer something else, instead of defaulting to the No Choice version of life, ask “Who or what is limiting my choices?” Once you become clear about whether it's you, or someone, or something else limiting your choices, you can ask more questions to create what you'd really like, for example “What else is possible?” or “What will it take for X to show up?” This is a free-will universe, remember. There is always choice. What if you stopped being your greatest limitation?
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