From Polarity to Possibility

You can create something new. Something you really want to have.

We can easily become limited in our visions for what is possible for ourselves because often we base them on what others have or what we do not have. From those two limited ranges, we are polarizing our visions for ourselves and our possibilities. 

The polarity comes when we place a sense of earned deserve-ability (what we are allowed to have) based on some yet unattained version of our future self.

“When I do _________ I can finally have __________.”

With this limited allowance, we instantly cut ourselves off from a vast network of possibilities.

So how do we connect to the infinite space of what is possible for us?

There are some great tricks to expanding your vision for yourself.

Imagination is the key. 

Here is one great way to start:

Begin by playing the "what-if" game with yourself. After each "what if" question pause for a few minutes and feel the experience in your body.

For example, if you wanted to leave your 9-5 job but weren’t sure where to go from there you may want to ask:

What if I worked outside?

What if I worked on a boat?

What if I was a pilot?

What if I never had to work again and did what I wanted whenever I wanted to wherever I wanted to?

After each question take the time to feel what it would be like to have that? 

Does it feel good? Does this new idea bring joy? If it does, you know that there is a line of potential there for you. Something to begin to explore. A new possibility for yourself.   

There is no harm to anyone when you play in your imagination. And by doing so you start to open up areas of yourself that are unexplored and maybe ready to be born.

You are the captain of your life and can steer it any way you want to. You have the full right to a life that feels good to you.

What are some what-if questions you have now?

For me I would have to start by asking:

What if this conversation was in person and happening right now in the Caribbean? Oh I like how that feels...

Your turn. Comment with some of your possible "What-if" questions below! I would love to know them. 

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