How many coincidences show up in your life? Do you ever say things like “I was just thinking about you, and you called!” “I knew that would happen!” or “I don't know why I came here today, but I found the thing that I'd been looking for for ages – half price!” Do things fall out of your mouth and people say “How did you know what I was thinking? I was just about to say that?” How often do you dismiss things that flit across your mind as not possible, not important, or not right, only to find almost immediately that it was the exact thing that was required? Do you wish you'd paid more attention? What if you were way more perceptive that you have ever been willing to admit? Would you now claim, own and acknowledge that talent, and trust you more? If so, next time you notice something flickering across your awareness like a gentle breeze, ask “What am I perceiving here?” and stay present and in the question.
What does infinite mean to you? No limit? Endless? Abundant? More than you can imagine? How many possibilities do you feel you have in your life right now? I'm just guessing, but I think you're saying: a few, not many, or the ones that I think will make my parents/ teacher/ boss/ partner/ children/ friends happy? Last time I checked with science, it said we lived in a freewill universe and we could choose freely. If that's true, then how can you NOT have infinite possibilities? Who or what is limiting your choices? You or someone else? If you'd like to unleash the possibilities in your life ask “What if I had infinite possibilities?” You may then need to ask more questions to generate specifics like time, money, health and so on. This question is just the first step to flush away your autopilot self-limitation and remind you that you have a choice.
Do you have something you'd like to do, but are finding it tough to complete, or perhaps even start? What's that for you? Pass an exam, get a job, run business, buy a house, go on a holiday, meet a fun girl/boy to hang out with, have kids, exercise, get up in the morning, relax at night? And what about not-so-much-fun stuff? For example, tell your parents something they don't know (uh-oh), quit/change schools, quit/change jobs, write something, host something, exercise, tell someone you're moving on, nurse someone in their decline, let go of a loved one? What else? When did you decide life had to be hard and suffered? Would you like a life of life fun and ease instead? Ease does not mean laze. It means doing the most complex things with the greatest joy and to the maximum effect. If so, ask “What if I could do this with ease?” and breeeeathe.
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