When crossing a chasm, only a giant leap will do . . .
- July 16, 2016
- Being yourself | Creating what you want | Practical Spirituality | Spirituality
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view it My deceased partner, Barbara, used to talk about taking baby steps. Yet she was always taking giant leaps. She leaped out of high school into living in Eileen Ford’s home and became a model for the Ford Modeling Agency walking the streets of New York with a portfolio under her arms. When a man would brake her heart she didn’t shut down, she would leap into another relationship as a stepping stone to finding her real mate. She leaped out of a six figure income into becoming a relationship therapist with me and I leaped out of the stock market with her and we soared.
http://thinkmaya.com/?biorer=rencontre-gratuite-30&770=5f It was in 1976 when I first heard the term about taking a giant leap and when I heard it, I knew it was true. It was an epiphany, one of those “Ah ha!” moments.
https://restaurantmartinwishart.co.uk/atom/5082 But if you’re not literally standing on a mountain top, how do you know you’re at the edge of a chasm?
More Bonuses You know because you’re stuck. You feel like you’re moving through molasses. You keep going in circles. You keep doing the same thing, over and over, and you don’t like it. That stuckness is the accumulation of a lifetime, or sometimes just a part of a lifetime, that has been formed by beliefs about yourself and how life works that no longer work for you. They may never have worked but you hung onto those beliefs because you didn’t know a better to live. Or they worked for you for a “season”, as Barbara used to say, and now, in either case, it’s time to let them go.
https://mummiesclub.co.uk/bilbord/1096 However, those false beliefs about yourself and how you believe life works does not just open up in your mind and gently allow you to be released from them. Rather, they follow you, and stick to you, and resist the new, fight against you, and literally feel like an aversion to change. And this is because that is all you have known or is currently all you know. And therefore your current knowing will only lead you to more of the same old same old.
http://tjez.gob.mx/perdakosis/8144 So if you really want to live in a new way, you need to have new beliefs about yourself. And if you can replace those old beliefs with new beliefs by taking baby steps then you aren’t at a chasm because you’re using your mind to take you on a new path that you know that you want and you are doing it. You see and feel the movement in your life.
https://restaurantmartinwishart.co.uk/atom/6200 But if you aren’t moving, it is likely that you are living only in your mind and are not putting legs to your ideas. Living only in your mind is when you are telling yourself that you are going to do something new but you keep doing the same old thing. You are so afraid of the unknown, of the new, and your old beliefs and old habits and behaviors are so familiar and comfortable to you, that you aren’t moving at all. You’re trying to use your old beliefs to get you to a new life and that will not happen.
hombre soltero de 60 aГ±os So there is a chasm between where you are and where you want to go. There is a chasm between the current state of your consciousness and the new state of consciousness that you’d love to have.
This is when taking a leap of faith will help you soar.
When I was at this point in my life, my guide, Petrov, that talked to me through Barbara as channel, explained to me that if I would take the leap that he and I were discussing that “God Himself will catch you. That is the Divine Synapse.” He knew that Barbara had taught me several years before what a synapse was. I never was scientifically oriented and Barbara was, and she once used the term, “synapse”, to illustrate what it would be like for me to use a new advertising strategy when she was the Creative Director of the ad agency that I was a partner in. I asked her what a synapse was and she explained that it was the space between two neurotransmitters in the brain that chemicals spanned, or synapsed, between each other to communicate electrical impulses. And Petrov said that by going beyond the limits of my ego beliefs [made up false beliefs about myself], God Himself would catch me on the other side of that leap of faith and that was the “Divine Synapse”.
And I can promise you that every leap of faith that I have ever taken has always felt so delicious, so nurturing, and so rewarding, at a minimum just because I was leaping out of an old belief about myself into a new one that I could feel deep down inside of me was true. And at the maximum, which is still unfolding to this day, there was and is always the manifestation of that new belief into the most perfect physical form that was exactly what I needed at the time.
You can soar. You have the power. It is literally within you waiting to come out . . .