Am I expanding or contracting? This is the thought I awoke with today.
To me, the idea of expansion means growth and contracting means loss. These ideas or thoughts limit me and keep me from where I want to be. I want to be and live in a world of infinite possibilities where there exist only expansion and growth. Yet, my thinking or thoughts try to sabotage me daily.
We all have limiting thoughts and beliefs, and if we raise them up before our eyes we will not see the expansion and growth beyond. My waking thoughts today asked me to take a look at this, which allowed me to look beyond.
Truth is, I am less physically active in my business on a daily basis which makes me think at times that I am not needed. This thought pattern quickly morphs into I am not good enough (my go to limiting belief) and a disappointment. In this time of change in my life it is real easy to judge and compare my life now to the past, and when I do that I open the door to my limiting beliefs. Truth is, I am very much involved in the business, but as a support and advocate for its success and the success of my children who are being given the opportunity to manage it.
Truth is, I have hundreds of copies of my book “Living and Dying” in the hands of people all over the world. I have friends and new acquaintances from all over the world following my daily blog through Facebook, Linkedin and email. While things continue to change I am slowly and cautiously changing with them. Everything we do, every decision we make is always a choice between the limiting beliefs and the infinite possibilities that exist in the expansion.
I guess the point of all of this is that reinventing yourself is scary. But, if the truth be known, we are expanding and reinventing ourselves every minute of the day. It is our nature and design to change and grow and it is the miracle in forgiveness that allows us to transcend our limiting beliefs and connect with our true selves. Let us look to the expansion and growth of truth in the infinite possibilities and away from the contracting and limiting belief of fear.
“Blessings on your journey”