What Else is Possible?
Dear Blessed One,
Life is knocking at the door of your heart. All you need do is open it.
The possibilities in life are infinite when we open up to the idea that there is more available to us than meets the limited eye or mind.
Are you letting the past define your present moment? Is history repeating itself? Albert Einstein said, “Insanity is doing the same thing, over and over again, but expecting different results.”
Rather than knowing or seeing from the old paradigm, you can break the mold and create something completely new.
I once heard someone tell a story of an Eastern village that was well known for its delicate and striking pottery. The huge urns were the most admired pieces and became famous all over the world. As the story goes, once the urn was finished, the final step was to break it. The artist would then put it back together with gold filigree, turning what looked like a disaster into something exquisite and priceless.
Take a look inside and ask yourself, “What else is possible?” See if you can live in the question. As soon as you know something, there is no room for anything new to be created. Living in the not knowing blows the doors of possibility wide open.
See if you can allow yourself to not know:
who you are
what you are
why you are here
the purpose of life
And while free-falling, feel all the edginess that comes with not-knowing. This is like throwing a wrench into the works. The old patterns begin to fall apart. Your neural network will not be able to fire in the same old way and transformation takes place, birthing a beautiful new you.
Life is infinite. You are life. What if it’s as simple as that? What if the conditioned ideas that you’ve bought into are the only things limiting you? What if you are an exquisite, priceless and unique gift that the world is just waiting for you to open? NO one can be a better you than YOU! Your particular you-ness is so needed in the world.
Thank you for shining your light so brightly.
Much Love and Blessings to You,
“If one feels the need of something grand, something infinite, something that makes one feel aware of God, one need not go far to find it.”
~Vincent van Gogh