What if…

…you knew you are made of pure love?
…you knew that failure is made up, just like everything else?
…you began each day without the burden of your history?
…you fell in love with yourself again?
…you fell in love with everyone?
…you fell in love with change and uncertainty?
…you could make a bigger difference?
…you were perfect as you are?
…you already have everything you’ll ever need?
…you spent more time outside of your comfort zone?
…you loved your work?
…you saw beauty in everyone and everything?
…you stopped seeing challenges as obstacles?
…you did that thing you’ve always wanted to do?
…you spent more time in nature?
…you really could catch that dream you’ve been chasing?
…you didn’t have to settle?
…you knew you were enough?
…you remembered who you really are?
…you took action today that inspired you?
…you didn’t wait for permission?
…you stopped procrastinating?
…you saw money as nothing but a tool?
…you really do have enough time?
…you reconciled with someone important to you?
…you forgive yourself?
…you were grateful for what you DO have?
…you were freer in your body?
…you could lean into your faith?
…you could take more time to play?
…you were more spontaneous?
…you saw everything as perfect?
…you knew that you’re a powerful creator?

If…you picked even one of these distinctions and started from there, what could you create?  Does this seem easy or hard?  What if it were always easy? I’d love to spend a day exploring the “what if” statements that apply in your world.  Let’s do it.

 

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One Response to What If?

  1. Trent La Marsh says:

    I’ve re-read these once again and wrote out each one at the top of each page of my journal so I can savor them one at a time….What if…I could take a day with Charrise?

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