Conscious Choice: What Might Our Lives Look Like If We Refused to Align with Limitations?

We either make ourselves miserable or we make ourselves strong.  The amount of work is the same.” – Carlos Castaneda

What might our lives look like if we noticed our misery and then consciously chose to move toward our strength?

What if, in those tough moments, we remembered that we are Infinite beings and we refused to align with what we perceive as limitations?

One of my young adult clients gave up smoking this week.  He told me he didn’t want to smoke anymore because he wanted to focus on more important things.  When I asked him about those important things, he told me he wanted to “smell good for girls and having more time to study instead of going outside all the time for a smoke break.”

How great is that?!?  He can either use the same time for a smoke break or to study for school.

So, what about you?  Where in you life might you like to refuse to align with your limitations and make yourself strong?

Post your comments, insights and progress below.

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Author of Thriving Work.


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