September 16


How to Shift From Problem to Possibility

By Adela Rubio

September 16, 2008


If you want tomorrow to be different than yesterday something needs to change right now.

This seems obvious but it is a tricky move. Sometimes your focus can slip into every moment but this one. It's a slippery slope, right? How do you experience what is from a different perspective than ‘what is?'

Here is where your innate ability of story maker/story shaper comes in handy.

  • What if the ‘what is' that you're experiencing is only the surface layer occurrence?
  • What if there are more streams of ‘what is' than you have previously noticed?
  • What if you tune into another stream, another layer or version of of ‘what is,' one that shifts your perspective of possibility?

When you focus on ‘what is' as a problem it's very difficult to shift to a positive perspective.

You have to begin telling a new story. . . . If you want something to shift in the way it manifests, you've got to start telling the story in a way that shifts your emotion as you tell it. Abraham

Once you spiral into negative emotions it's difficult, if not improbable, that you'll be able to shift. If you don't shift today tomorrow will look exactly like . . .  yesterday!

Today practice tuning into the possibilities.

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Adela Rubio

About the author

Adela Rubio hosts trainings and events on activating your creative essence with collaboration and community. She's hosted 40+ Online Events (30-Day Events, Virtual Summits, and digital marketing trainings) and facilitated 100's of Writing Circles.

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