When a friend told me the other day that something was “impossible” I was completely taken aback. Because most of the time, the concept of impossible exists only in our minds. It’s a self-limiting belief. If we think it’s impossible, it IS. For us, anyway.
And that belief keeps us from living fully. No matter our circumstances.
But if we believe that anything is possible, we open the door to amazing occurences–including miracles.
Very few things are not possible. But by giving the idea of impossible air, we put it out in the universe. Just saying it–and believing it–makes it true in our lives.
I get that things can be very dark, indeed, for some of us. Most of the time, though, there is a way out, a way around it or a way through it. At the very least, there’s a different way to look at it.
In my life, the so-called impossible has happened more than once. And more than twice.
So I’m always careful about using–or even thinking— the word “impossible”.
I’d love your thoughts on impossible.