Alice laughed. ‘There’s no use trying,’ she said. ‘One can’t believe impossible things’.
‘I daresay you haven’t had much practice,’ said the Queen. ‘When I was your age, I always did it for half-an-hour a day. Why, sometimes I’ve believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast’. ― Lewis Carroll
I’ve had a bit of time on my hands of late, in between windswept picnics, which I have been trying to use it for the greater good. Kyle Cease, comedian and coach, recommends asking yourself ‘how good can it get?’ and writing down 100 possibilities for yourself each morning for a week to expand your self perception.
What if I…
Was a bestselling author? Owned multiple homes? Was friends with Taylor Swift? Won every competition I entered? Got any job I wanted? Read a book a day? Spent more time meditating and less time social media scrolling? Did my yoga teaching training? Always ate healthily?
These make me start thinking bigger, feeling better and taking action. I’m only on Day 3 and it’s already made a difference. If I can be a bestselling author, I can write a blog post. If I can be a yoga teacher, I can do daily yoga. If I get any job I want, there’s no need to stress over an application. The idea is to make these future possibilities more real than the present circumstances. Dr Joe Dispenza writes about this in his book, Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself.
“The latest research supports the notion that we have a natural ability to change the brain and body by thought alone, so that it looks biologically like some future event has already happened. Because you can make thought more real than anything else, you can change who you are from brain cell to gene, given the right understanding.”
― Joe Dispenza
Kyle says his catalyst for change was asking himself ‘what if I ate raw vegan for 60 days?’ It was a challenge but not impossible and his nervous system/ego was forced to shift and drop the story/ identity of being a junk food addict. He made it through and beyond and lost weight, gained energy and clarity and proved to himself he was capable of making and sustaining change. He was in charge! A similar thing happened to me when I stopped drinking alcohol. That really did seem like an impossible thing at the time.
Like the Queen says, believing impossible things takes practice. Why not spend half and hour or so each morning doing this?
Love and light and down the rabbit hole! Xoxo Yvette
Kyle Cease – How to Become a Visionary: https://youtu.be/37h0j3VddQo
Dr Joe Dispenza: https://drjoedispenza.com/
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