Reality is Largely Negotiable

Reality is largely negotiable. If you stress-test the boundaries and experiment with so-called “impossible”, you’ll quickly discover that most limitations are a fragile collection of socially reinforced rules that you can choose to break at any time

The world is a construct. You believe what you want to believe… And what aligns with your worldviews… And these have been constructed from the experiences you’ve had, the environment you’ve been in and are in now, and the upbringing you’ve had/people you’ve been around

And these have been constructed from the experiences you’ve had, the environment you’ve been in and are in now, and the upbringing you’ve had/people you’ve been around

None of that makes any of it true

There are all these bullshit rules (Brules) that we’re told to live by. And we’re continually told we’re not smart enough, good looking enough, we don’t have enough money, or the right connections and network…

And if you believe those they will become your reality…

But if you choose to see them for what they are, fragile “rules”, you can, in turn, choose to shatter them and break free of them

As they only hold power if you give them that power… They’re only true if you choose to believe them

For if you choose to believe you’re not good enough, you never will be…
If you decide you need more money, you always will…
And if you think you’ll never have the connections or network, if will always be a place you lack…

But you can say no. You can choose to believe a different story. You can choose to decide against them, and create behaviours to take actions that will show you just how fake they are

I decide to face fear and walk toward it in life. As it will help me become the person I desire to be…

I decide to believe my potential is nearly limitless, and that with enough, focus, and time I can achieve anything I set my sights on

You too can choose to make your own rules and decide what it is you believe. You too can show everybody else what’s really true about yourself, and about life

 

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