How often do you assume the worst is going to happen?
Certainly .. this can be a good strategy for having a back-up plan. Don't get me wrong, I am all for being prepared for things not to work out. And yet if we start to tread on the territory of projecting the worst will always happen, then it is far more likely to become our reality.
So my question is - what happens when we create a space for the most amazing thing to happen?
If we leave room for something extraordinary to show up, may times it will. Perhaps the end result doesn't look exactly like we think it will. And we will often be required to make a leap of faith, especially when times aren't looking so hot. Yet when we detach from the outcome and trust the essential core of what we're looking for will be there, I am amazed what takes place.
I've been experimenting with this all week. My experience has been that this attitude can turn a somewhat normal set of days into what feels like marvelous ones. From my observation, it takes a few critical components to end up this way:
Try a week of anticipating miracles. See what shows up for you.
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