Between ‘what’ and ‘if’ are Infinite Possibilities

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The ego loves the term “what if?”; the worst case scenario drops into view with fearful certainty that only the dark ego can conjure.  

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What if “what if?” was used for your good – to imagine all that’s possible in your life?………    

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“What if?” can be asked with casual curiosity; a quick, worry-free pivot response to the doomsday thinking. For example; “What if I get rejected?” changes to “What if we become closer?”  

 

Or, “What if?” can be playfully entertained with ample imagining; dreaming unusual possibilities, breaking barriers, or turning rules upside down. Try it! 

Which version is your mind engaging? 

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