If you've been doing any of the Access Consciousness classes, or if you've read any of the books, you'll know that one of the things that we talk about a lot is, "Ask and you shall receive."
Before I came across the doors of Access, I had obviously heard of the concept of ask and you shall receive. I mean it's written in the Bible! But...
I had a bit of a revelation the other day. Sitting in café Nero in Windsor armed with a large Americano and grateful for the light rain that was falling outside, it dawned on me that it's not change that's difficult. It's NOT changing that is difficult.
How much have we been taught or learned that to create and be involved in your own business that it has to be hard work and that for it to be successful you have to ‘do’ everything yourself?
Even though for some of us, the creative aspect of business and putting things into action is fun and exciting, there can be an underlying sense that if we are not working 24/7 that it could fail because we are not working hard enough.
What if that doesn’t have to be true?
Have you ever had the point of view that you have to do everything? Have you ever realised how much in your business and in your life, that you have to get it all done and that you have to be there to create and do everything for everyone all on your own?
We are so used to thinking that we are alone in this world, even when we are surrounded by people, friends, amazing family and yet still have the sense that we are alone in whatever we are creating in our life and that we have to be the source for everything and everyone.
What if that isn’t really true?