OK. So you've been playing with questions and you're starting to get that changing stuff you didn't think you could change is actually possible. Yay!
If you want to keep the change coming, it might be time to acknowledge that you're different. Like, really different.
See, if you don't acknowledge how unique and special you are, you might stick yourself with the shifts you've thus far created which is cool, but don't stop looking foreword into what else is possible now!
Stopping is a lot like dying but being kind of alive too. It's Zombie life and I hope that's not what you're doing because the teenagers on the planet will kill you!
Don't believe me? Not only do I live with a couple of them, I taught high schoolers for a long time and I guarantee that each one has a Zombie Survival Plan. Just ask any kid between the ages of like, 14 or 15 and 18.
The plan varies slightly for each teen but in general includes grabbing a couple buddies, getting to a big box outlet store where survival supplies are plentiful, stocking up on weapons and ammo, Red Bull, Coke and Spicy Hot Cheetos, and then heading deep into the mountains. Oh, and slaughtering zombies along the way.
Trust me, you don't want to run into one of those guys in the midst of Zombie-ing out. Worse than being slayed for your unwillingness to create is the fact that you're unliving. And unliving is exactly what you're doing if you're not generating the life YOU know is possible. A little hint here, the life you know is possible is not gonna look like the life anyone else is having. Why? Remember silly, you're actually different. Celebrate the difference and thrive. Or hide from the teenagers.
On your mark. Get set. Go. Step into the least comfortable and normal thing you can and let me know how it goes.
Lit and Comp teacher gone rogue, disguised now as a Living and Relationship Coach, Body Worker, and Access Consciousness Facilitator, I still sneak off to write because, well, it makes me come alive and it's one of the joyful ways I create the future.