I spent some time this week mapping out a blueprint for creating the things I desire.
I’ve done different versions of this in the past, but nothing so detailed and clear. It’s an in-depth breakdown of who I need to be, what I need to think/believe, what habits and routines I need to live by, and what goals I need to actively work towards over the coming months.
I’m reading it in full every morning and before bed, and I’m so activated in the best ways. I’ve wanted to do this for a while, but never got this deep or clear.
Making impossible things happen requires deciding that they will.
Not just hoping, wishing, or thinking that maybe you’ll bring them to life… but full mind, body, being deciding that they WILL happen.
And once you’re fully decided, you have to organize yourself around that decision. You have to act in full faith and expectation that what you desire is happening, showing up as the person who has what you want.
Way of being work is the hardest because you can’t just fake it ’til you make it. You have to embody the frequency of the person who can attract, create, and hold the things you want. You have to move through the world AS THAT PERSON, today. This isn’t possible if you don’t have the deeper subconscious pieces in alignment.
Your beliefs, thought patterns, energetics, and frequency.
You also have to clear any old traumas, limiting beliefs, and fears standing in your way… which is where support comes into play. I’m so grateful for the guidance in my life and have been actively and intentionally bringing in more support around the areas I need the most help embodying these new ways of being, beliefs, and habits.
The things we desire that feel impossible only seem that way because of our subconscious programming, winning strategies, and limiting beliefs.
That doesn’t mean it’s easy to flip the switch.
Some things, especially those we have trauma and core wounding around, require much deeper, more intentional, and supported work.
If we desire it, it’s inherently possible.
But possibility isn’t a promise; it’s a call to action.
I can’t wait to bring these blueprints to my coaching clients!