I have a question for you. And please let it really sink in- please don’t just rapidly scan over it. Take your time to contemplate and answer it for yourself.
There’s a saying that “the quality of your life is determined by the quality of the questions that you ask yourself”… so this is what I would call a Quality Question!
In fact, I think it’s one of the most empowering and high vibration questions that is possible to ask someone!
Here it is: If you had all of the time, energy, money and LOVE that you wanted, what would your life look like?
Please, please, please say this question out loud to yourself NOW.
Don’t just scan over this quickly, like you may be doing with lots of the emails that are bombarding your email box. Let go of the distractions for 1 minute, and step into Infinite Possibility with me.
This is one of the Quality Questions that changed my life over 12 years ago. It’s why I’m with my True Love and living the life of my dreams right now. Answering this question, over and over, shifted the vibration of my thoughts from whiny victim-hood to consciously co-creating my life with the Universe (aka God).
And just for good measure, here it is again:
If you had all of the time, energy, money and love that you want and need, what would your life look like? What would a typical day be for you?
You may want to get out your journal or a blank sheet of paper and either write or draw your answer to this all-important question.
Now- for extra credit, here’s a second question: what are you doing in the real world of your life right now (not just talking about, thinking about, or wishing) that will move you forward to living that life of your dreams?
If you are truly in action, and actually DOING a program with accountability, or a home learning course that’s designed to lead you to your goals, or in a coaching/mentoring relationship with the goals in mind- then AWESOME!!! Right on! Congratulations- and keep going!
If you are not in action RIGHT NOW in your life toward the life of your dreams- then when is NOW the right time to get started?
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