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Enjoy this post of optimism, gratitude and wisdom from sweet Tania. I know that my thinking has been swaying towards fear programming lately, what about you?

Tania Marie

What if the dialogue we ran in our heads changed from “What if the worst happens?” to “What if the best happens?”

Do you notice how easy it is to go from feeling good about something to immediately feeling a tightening and intensity of damaging emotions in place of that?

The way we look at things and affirm them on a daily basis, will set the tone of our experiences and what we continue to attract in confirmation of these stories we run.

We all receive an intuitional, higher self, first response to things, but because of its subtle voice and our being conditioned out of believing and trusting it, we quickly turn on the robotic inner exchange of running harsh dialogue through our minds that challenges and negates everything else.

Our minds begin to tell stories to us….

“What if _________ happens and I lose everything?”

“What if I’m…

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2 comments on “What If …?

  1. TamrahJo says:

    Nice post/Share! I continue to wax and wane between, “Plan for the worst, hope for the best’ and for my experience? Not fun things happen when I spend too much time in one place or the other – – – I LOVE What If? on all fronts – – I often get lost in all the What Ifs that are possible! they dance around and intrigue me on all levels of my own soul. However, I’m learning, often? My only job is to ‘hold in time/space for another, the best possible What IF? for them – over and over – and well – that gives so many days of mine, a What If my life had meaning? answer. I rest and recharge in between – LOL

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    1. litebeing says:

      Thanks for your enthusiasm for Tania’s post. You may want to say hello to her 🙂 I am a big What If person, tracing that to both curiosity and anxiety. Frankl says that helping others find meaning in their loves gave his life meaning. I would agree this applies to me as well. And yet it is also important to explore what gives me joy too!

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