Are you killing your own dreams with doubt? Do you have powerful and inspiring goals for your life that don’t seem to be coming fast enough? Do your deepest desires feel unreachable? The main requirement for the attainment of all goals and dreams is always unwavering faith in them. However, the undeniable fact is that many people really only believe in what they already know is created and have doubts about almost everything else.
What we want and can see in the world is usually much easier to believe we can have than what we can not see. Because of this, many do not allow themselves the faith to believe in what they truly want to guide them in life because they simply can’t see the proof of it yet in their experience. Instead, they let what has already been created become the template for what is possible to create in their world.
But it is always what we can’t see and yet still desire that seems to inspires us the most! We are designed to be curious about the unknown and to want to grow beyond where we are now. We even get restless when we feel stagnate or if we stay the same in our lives for too long. We really are beings of change and expansion, and when we allow ourselves to expand in our lives we feel the most alive.
It is our own willingness to believe in a possible future or in the accomplishment that we desire that gives us our initial burst of power when creating these outcomes in our lives. But it is always doubt that kills us in the middle of forming our paths to all that we want. The good news is that faith and doubt are two ends of the same stick that we always must pick up in order to address our goals. We have a choice to make: we can operate as if we have the power to do or have all that we wish, or we can operate as if we have no power to have what we wish. It is really up to each of us to decide. We either choose to believe in our ability to create what we want or we doubt it.
I believe in everything. I believe in me. I believe in you. I believe in the connectedness of everything. I am love. I am joy. I am so very good.