Here's a brutal truth: what you want is all already there.
You don't have to add or painstakingly create anything, just remove what gets in the way of what you want.
What do I mean by that?
Well, you may be familiar with Michelangelo's meaningful answer to the question of how he was able to create the statue of David that stands in Florence, which is so ingenious.
Michelangelo said: "The statue was always in the block of marble. The only thing I had to do was to remove the excess marble."
This shows a fundamentally different mindset than we are used to most of the time:
It's based on trusting that all the solutions we're looking for are, in principle, already there. We just can't see them yet.
I think that takes enormous pressure off our efforts. After all, if it already somehow exists around us, we "just" have to recognize it and remove what keeps us disconnected.
So, if you can answer these three questions clearly collectively, you have defined your "David" exactly. He is already there. Now all you have to do is remove everything that stands in the way.
Believe me, this is a tremendous relief in thought and action, even if it may seem odd to you at first.
Give it a try. And if you have any questions, ➔ just get in touch.
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