I was just reading over the copy for this month’s telecourse, “Get What You Want — No Resolutions Required“, and at first I thought, “this sounds too good to be true.” But for this year of my life I’ve decided to question every limiting belief that passes through my head. I recognized a limiting belief and immediately turned it around. What came out was, “this sounds too good to be false.” And this felt much, much truer.
As we begin 2010, I have a feeling that all of us in this Tribe, and perhaps all others, are achieving new levels of capability when it comes to things like remaining rooted in joy, working effortlessly, and achieving a magnificent relationship with money, and becoming friendly with our own bodies. I have a sense of things speeding up, although this may just be my medication.
This is all the more reason for us to communicate with one another, share new insights and celebrate both the useful and not so useful outcomes of all of our experiments. I like to emphasize the fact that these are skills, not circumstances. Friendships, abundance, rapid learning–all of these are inside jobs. As we correct what is disordered in our own thinking, miracles trickle into our lives and then become torrents.
I don’t expect everyone to commit to questioning every disturbing thought, but I can tell you that this single process has vastly accelerated the influx of miracles to my life. I wish the same for all other beings and the tools are right here in our hands and our minds, or at the very least our libraries.
Today, please connect with a book or person who pulls you into the zone of joy (or I should say helps you pull yourself into the zone of joy), and feel the beauty of that experience. Nothing I can say here will give you half as much insight as a moment of living it. You’ll discover firsthand that living in the joy zone is itself “too good to be false.”