Let me ask you a question,
What do you think about yourself and your capabilities?
Are you following your dreams or are you letting them remain dormant because you’re not sure of yourself?
What do you believe you are capable of?
What about all those ideas you have of things you would like to do?
Are they really viable?
Why else would you have the ideas that you have?
Why else would they have come to you?
You are here to express yourself in a unique way and how would you know what that was if not for your thoughts.
Your thoughts of curiosity, of interest, of desire to do and be, are your calling.
Your purpose waving its hand – pay attention to me!
I’m not talking about egotistical, selfish or anything else based on instant gratification. You need to be careful about your thoughts and ideas, some may be ego based and not related to your life purpose.
When you become to understand yourself you are able to distinguish between your feelings and ideas, having strong feelings about what you should be doing.
But when you feel this way and yet you do not allow yourself to follow through with your purpose rooted ideas, you can become very frustrated.
We all have ideas about what we would like to do, why do some break loose and allow themselves to fully express those ideas, and some do not.
I think most of what holds us back is a lack of confidence in our ability to carry them out, since many are things we have no experience doing.
Many times we think all those ideas would be nice if they ‘happened’ to us, but we don’t see them as something we can actually pursue.
We believe stronger in our feelings that we don’t know how or have the time or resources than we do in the possibility of being able to fins a way to accomplish what we think.
We believe that they are just nice ideas, not something we can and should be doing.
Another way to look at these ideas is that they are a challenge directly aimed at you.
Since you have the ideas, they are something you can do, if you believe you can.
And you can.
Your only challenge is to accept the idea and begin moving in its direction.
You don’t need to know all about it, just move in the direction of it and be open to its possibility.
But first you must believe in your ability to do, be and have what is just an idea.
Your ideas become your reality if you allow yourself to be carried by them.
So often people allow fears, doubts and worries be the overriding force in their life rather than the idea.
Fears are ideas as well and can be enhanced, followed and experienced if we choose.
Which way do you want to live?
Furthering your ideas or your fears?
It’s really just a choice, as long as you believe in the purpose of your ideas.
These ideas come into your mind for a reason, the universe, God is trying to tell you something about how you can fully express yourself.
Take a hard look at what you believe about yourself and your capabilities.
“A basket full of bread sits on your head; yet you go from door to door begging for crusts. Attend to your own head. Knock on your heart’s door.” – Rumi
“Ideas can be life-changing. Sometimes all you need to open
the door is just one more good idea.” — Jim Rohn
“Ideas are like stars; you will not succeed in reaching them with
your hands. But like the seafaring man on the desert of waters, you
choose them as your guides, and following them you will reach your
destiny.” — Carl Schurz
“There are plenty of good ideas
if only they can be backed with the power of action.” — Winston Churchill