What if “impossible” is a wall
YOU build around your dreams?
Would you be willing to tear it down?
I love what Tammy says in the quote above! Seeing “impossible” as something that is self created inside by our minds is very possibly exactly what happens.
There are many women that have lived before us, and are living now, that have either torn the barrier down or never built it in the first place. Perhaps the wall was built of others expectations?!
Take some time to investigate what you are calling impossible today and imagine that you have indeed built a fence around it. Is it a dream that burns inside of you, or keeps coming back to divinely nudge you one more time?
Are you willing to take the pieces of the barrier down one by one, or even with fierce passion all at once….to reveal what your heart knew all along – that “impossible” is a construct dressed in fear, void of self love, and two letters too many. Take the “im” away and become fearless in taking the first step towards the dream that has called you here. It is time….
Your task is not to seek love, but merely to seek & find all the barriers within yourself that you have built against it. ~Rumi
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