Are You Creating For The Future?
What if now more than ever a space is present where we can create a different future?
A future far beyond what we’ve known based on our past.
History doesn’t matter. It’s what you can create today and tomorrow, not what you created in the past that makes the difference.
If you look to the past as your source of creation, you can’t create a future because you’re always judging your choices and how they are working or not working, which kills you and kills what could be possible in the future.
And every time you don’t choose what you could choose; every time you don’t choose for something that is life changing or reality changing, you are eliminating the space you could actually create from, in favor of where you can die!
Is that the choice you truly would like to make?
If you aren’t aware of what you’re creating, then what happens is you begin die. We literally create our death by deciding what we can’t have. We stop creating from choice.
The other thing is, you can’t create in the future because you’re not there yet. What you have to do is create for the future.
The future is a cob web of possibilities that you can choose from, if you are willing to choose!
To create for the future, you need to create here for what can show up there.
When you build for the future, everything you’re doing is about building something that will be for your future.
What would it be like if you were willing to look at the gift you are in life instead of thinking you have to create you as something?
Here are some more questions you could ask to begin to create your future:
- “What change would you like to see in your life, that you refuse to allow in your life, that if you actually allowed it to show up in your life, would give you a life greater than the one you currently have?”
- “What change would you like to see in your life, that you refuse to allow in your life, that if you actually allowed it to show up in your life, would give you a life greater than a life even greater than the one you think is possible?”
‘How would you choose? What would be true for you? Are you ready to inspire instead of expire?’
What if you are the one person who stands out from the crowd as being that possibility of difference and inspires other people to choose something greater?
Every time you make a choice, you actually create something. Is what you are creating enough for you?