Once we solidify the understanding that we are creating our reality, we start contemplating the viability of things—wild things—generally thought impossible.
“You can’t do that,” that old grumpy ego self tells you. “No one has ever done that.”
And the new you? Soon enough, if not already, you’ll answer with “Watch me.”
We’ve been living under a veil of limitations that is now lifted, and should you choose to embrace that, the sky is the limit. And simply because no human has seemingly done something you would like to do, is not indication that it’s impossible. It merely hasn’t been done yet, to your knowledge.
Think of some occurrences that we would never have thought possible, until someone tried them:
Someone believed that willow bark can heal any number of ailments, including staving off heart attacks. Now it’s called aspirin.
Someone believed that a mile could be run in 4 minutes, despite being told it was physically impossible. Roger Bannister believed it, and since that day in 1954, over 1400 athletes have followed suit (some shaving another 15 seconds off of Roger’s time.)
It was widely believed in the late 1800s that the maximum possible speed any human could ever travel without suffocating was around 30mph. No reference needed here if you have ever driven on a California highway.
Someone said “It’s quite possible that within the next 100 years there will be a telephone in every town.” He was laughed at, apparently. That was Alexander Graham Bell. He didn’t think big enough, in my opinion.
There is always a first. If you desire to do something seemingly impossible in today’s world, yet can’t let go of the doubts, then check your beliefs about self-worth.
You no longer need to live within the status quo. It was always a choice, by the way, but you forgot. Now that you remember, you can choose otherwise.
Why self worth?
Let’s look at some common illusory statements that have been stuffed down your throat since you were born (that includes other Earth lives as well, to be sure):
You’re not smart enough to do that.
You don’t have the education to do that.
No one has ever done that.
It takes years of practice to be that good at that.
You’re too old to try that. Maybe when you were younger.
That is all bullshit, my friends. You’ve merely been exposed to fear-based programming that kept you controllable. And you can de-program yourself by changing what you believe.
Anything that you can think of, you can experience. Period.
It’s all in your beliefs that you can, or can’t, that make the difference between you doing something, and you shutting yourself off to the possibility.
If you think you can, or you think you can’t…either way, you’re right.
So if you have the desire to try something “impossible” that would make you go “SQUEEEEEEE,” then ride that wave. Stay in the vibration of it for as long as possible, and ask your Higher Self for assistance from the non-physical side of you. Those etheric tools are just waiting for your invitation to be put to use.
Remember that any pits in your stomach that arise, are doubts based on someone else’s opinion of what is, and is not, possible; and you simply believed them long ago. You can un-believe them just as easily, now that you are sharpening your own previously-rusty, creative tools for use in the 3D physical world.
Now many others around you have not done the inner work that you are doing, and because of this, they may discount your wild statements as fantasy, craziness or wishful thinking. I don’t suggest sharing your adventurous plans with those who will not support you. It’s not that they are bad friends, but rather that they may still be too ingrained in the illusion to be a willing cheerleader on the sidelines for something they still consider impossible.
It’s time to pull out the toolbox and dust off those creative skills that have been trapped inside, waiting for you to wake up. As you recall, things put away and ignored are merely stopped up energy.
You have a lot of power in that toolbox. Pop open the lid, and use your imagination. It’s how the Universe expands.