What Else is Possible?

What else is possible-

For two years now I have been deep diving into some of the dynamic and potent tools created by Gary Douglas and Dr. Dain Heer of Access Consciousness.  I have been so impressed with the incredible amount of change I have created in my life that I have become an Access Conciousness Bars Facilitator.  How does it get any better than that?

I would like to share with you one of the amazing Access Consciousness tools.

What Else is Possible?

Have you noticed how often we make assumptions about what is possible and what is not? In doing so we make our limited thinking into a statement of fact, or a foregone conclusion.

What’s different and dynamic with this tool is we ask questions to open doors to possibilities, rather than trying to find the answer to our questions. Did you know that answering questions mostly just limits our possibilities?

Just keep asking, “What else is possible?”. Every time you ask for what’s possible, you create a different possibility in the world. Isn’t that what you really want? Usually the different possibility is greater than what you could even possibly imagine.

One of the things I do daily is to ask questions.

We’ve been taught for so long to find answers and get it right.  Learning to ask questions is a bit like learning to use a new muscle. Keep practicing and it will get easier and easier. Eventually you may even find yourself, being a question, as you walk through the world.

Asking questions opens the doorways of possibilities that you have never seen before.

I ask every day, ‘What else is possible? How does it get any better than this?’

It is amazing what solutions, ideas, and possibilities show up when you take the time to ask questions

What if you could change anything?

I wonder what would happen if you stayed in the question of life and living instead of rushing towards a forgone conclusion?

What else is possible that you haven’t even imagined?

In the Spirit of Possibilities,

Judi

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