Creating the Impossible & Making Bold Moves 
This week’s chat was inspired by Michael Neill’s book “Creating the Impossible.” The book, which is subtitled “A 90 Day Program to Get Your Dreams Out of Your Head and into the World,” argues that we can accomplish more than we ever imagined without the constant stress and pressure associated with high achievement and asks “what if creating what you want to see in the world isn’t dependent on believing in yourself, or even believing that it’s possible?”
In other words, if we get out of our own way, and stop telling ourselves something isn’t possible, new possibilities and opportunities start to reveal themselves. In this episode, we discuss the idea of the mind as a “virtual reality generator” and explore what happens when we change the way we are thinking. If we allowed for the possibility that our wildest dreams might be attainable, how would we act differently? And what might unfold as a result?
We also celebrate reaching dizzy heights on the Apple podcast charts and share our excitement about letting loose and making some bold moves on works-in-progress.
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Congrats on the podcast rating!! That is so very inspiring. I look forward to listening every week and you two bounce off of each brilliantly. Loved this particular mindfulness episode.
Thank you Jackie, I’m sure it’s just a fleeting moment, but we’ll take it as a boost while we can! This one was unplanned – often the best x