Updated: Jul 30
Believing new things starts with disbelief. You have to be able to know what you think is not possible first before you can figure out any possibility to making a change.
Moving from a belief that you can't change to believing you can possibly do new things.
In this phase you create thoughts of confusion ("I don't know what to do") or justification ("Everyone else is doing it", or "this is too hard to change").
The 2nd phase is the time to create room for POSSIBILITY.
If you could only imagine what it would be like to not over drink, what would you think about?
What would you look like?
How would you dress and take care of yourself?
What would you be doing if you didn't spin in thoughts about your over drinking?
What would change in the way you are going about your day?
The possibility of "what if's" will allow space for more and more "what if's"!
Your brain moves from "what the heck, that'll never happen" to
"THIS IS TOTALLY POSSIBLE"!
No Pressure- Just be curious.
Being curious feels:
Start to write down everyday what is possible.
You won't know until you have done it.
It's not about thinking about it, it's about writing it down and seeing what it looks like when you present it to yourself.
I dare you to try!
I challenge you to try!
I believe you can try!
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