One Question Makes “IT” Happen

Do double negatives confuse you too? What if they’re on purpose…ask.

Once you reach the point of NOT knowing that it cannot be done you’re ready to do what you’ve been meant to do from the beginning.

If you can bring yourself to the point of believing the foregoing, you are ready to ask the one question that will put you on the path of doing and being what you, personally, are meant to be and do.

Basically, the only time anyone is capable of this kind of belief is as a little child. Perhaps this quote will help us: “Except you come as a little child you cannot enter.”

This is because, as a little child, we haven’t as yet been told that what we believe is impossible and, therefore, have not reached the point that we agree and begin to speak the deadly words, “I can’t” from which sprouts the statement with broader application and wider judgment: “It cannot be done.”

That is why, when we come as a little child, we can enter the emotional and mental realm where nothing is impossible.

This is the way…

Here’s the one question; “How can I come as a little child, Daddy?”

Once we receive the answer to that trusting question, we’re ready to ask, and keep asking each childlike step along the way, “What now?” The question cannot be asked from the know-it-all state of an, “It cannot be done,” ‘adult’ skeptic; not because it is impossible, but just because of the adult mindset.

The remedy is simple, not easy for an adult, but simple, begin asking the one question, once again: “How can I come as a little child, Daddy?”

An integrated mind is one that has BOTH the open receptivity of a child AND the skepticism of an adult, joined in loving cooperation, believing that there is a place for both and being able to reach out to the part of the mind (and beyond) that has the ability to blend both states into a place of discerning what is appropriate in order to co-create for eternity.

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