Today I want to talk about “Possibility Consciousness,” a term I made up.
Here’s my definition:
Possibility Consciousness is the awareness of what’s possible and achievable in your life.
In hindsight, I can see that I started expanding my possibility consciousness after my divorce. I decided to “try on” new possibilities for myself in my mind; things that I never would of dreamed of doing in my “old life.” Then, I made some new choices:
- I decided it was possible to travel alone. So I went to Costa Rica alone.
- I decided it was possible to ride a motorcycle. So I went to Harley School.
- I decided it was possible to be an entrepreneur. So I launched a business.
- I decided it was possible to manifest a house. So I got the EXACT house I wanted.
- I decided it was possible to meet Mr. Right Guy. So I met Mr. Right Guy.
If you want to E – X – P – A – N – D your possibility consciousness—and invite more opportunities and experiences into your own life—I want you to know it’s definitely a skill you can develop. It simply requires practice. I’ve honed the practice down to three basic steps.
How to Expand Your Possibility Consciousness
Remember being a kid and dreaming? Go back to that now. If you could wave a magic wand, what would have/do/create/be? Get crystal clear about what it is, however works best for you: see what you see, hear what you hear, feel what you feel, or know what you know. If this is new to you, start small, with just one thing. Maybe a single 6- or 12-month goal.
Get rid of any negative thoughts and emotions that creeped in while you were imagining. Write them down on paper. Get them OUT of your head and out of your body. Then ask yourself, “What do I want instead?” Write those down next. As you write down better thoughts, notice how your negative feelings (like fear and self-doubt) shift to something better (like excited and inspired).
Go out to the future, to the time and place where you’ve already created/completed/ accomplished what you want. Who are you? How have you changed? What’s different? How do you move in the world? What does it FEEL like? FEEL those feelings now. (Seriously….try it right now! Juicy, right?)
That’s it, those are all the steps. But fair warning: you have to PRACTICE these steps over and over. I recommend every day, or close to it.
Feel free to reach out if you have any questions!