Instead pose the question: “How can I change this even a little?” It might be that I need to notice my objections and then keep asking myself which energetic tool I should use to shift this stubborn point of view.
Remember the ego wants to keep us small. I was listening to my mind chatter this morning and it was going on-and-on about how I was never going to break through my financial glass ceiling. It was actually trying to convince itself how it could operate “okay” in the new job I’m taking. This job is a step back in some ways, and a release from the abusive place where I’m contracting my services.
I took a breath and thought “isn’t that interesting.” I posed the question “what if this new job was just a pit-stop until I recovered from all I’ve been going through?” Then I saw possibilities and guess who chimed in? That’s right my ego saying: “Yes, BUT…”
I thanked it for sharing; and I know if I have to write this blog I will have to walk my talk and change my “Yes, BUT” to “Yes, AND.” Yes, and I will use my tools and embrace the infinite possibilities that are out there for me.
Will you change your “Yes, BUT” to a “Yes, AND” today?