Morning Thoughts & 3 Stages of Belief

I had a coaching call with one of my amazing coaches yesterday. As in a call where I got coached. Cause coaches need coaches like doctors need doctors.

My coach pointed out…over and over again throughout the call…how I was in impossibility with my goal for this month.

My brain had a hard time really seeing it, even though intellectually I agreed.

I was totally stuck and indulging in doubt and confusion. Not believing, at all.

Did you know there are 3 stages of belief?

Stage 1: Impossibility 

Stage 2: Possibility 

Stage 3: Inevitability

We all go through all three of these stages when it comes to achieving our goals. And we go through them often. And it’s not like once we move to the next stage we don’t go back to one of the previous stages.

Awareness is key and we’ve got to be on to ourselves about where we are. Then, it’s about how long we stay in the stage and how much action we take from that space.

If we’re not creating the results we want, we’re simply not believing hard enough.

So, last night I did about 5 mins of belief work.

I got myself back into possibility.

And friends, can I just say that possibility feels so dang good?!

I wrote a FB post.

That took me longer than I realized and I ended up going to bed just before 11:30 PM instead of my target 10:30 PM time. Though part of that was also because baby woke up to feed around 10:30 PM.

Baby woke up around 5:30 AM to feed.

I typically feel sluggish when I wake in the morning.

My brain on default just wants to go back to bed and sleep more. As much as possible, actually. 😂 Like, “Why are we awake?! There is more sleeping to do.” Ha!

I thought I’d stay up. Sat down to nurse, and thought, “Ya, maybe not.” 😆

Dozed in and out of sleep while nursing my baby.

Baby finished eating around 6:10 AM.

I put him back in his crib…he was awake, but it wasn’t time for him to be awake so I figured he could either play happily or go back to sleep. His choice. 🙃

And me?

At this point, I was still in my head trying to figure out if I was going back to bed or not.

“I could go back to sleep.”

“But do I really want to?”

“Maybe…”

“But like REALLY want to?”

“Mmm. I’m going to feel tired and groggy either way. Might as well stay up.”

And then this thought, which I LOVE…

“I’m awake.”

Seemingly simple but so helpful and powerful to declare it to myself. Shifts my energy even just a little and gets me GOING.

Day has begun. 

I got ready while listening to a podcast, ironically on inevitability. 🙃

Baby didn’t go back to sleep and eventually demanded attention…but no matter…it’s all good…so I went and got him and let him play on the floor while I finished getting ready for the day.

7 AM rolls around as my other kids start waking.

I’m dressed and ready for the day and feeling AMAZING. Not tired or groggy.

I’m rocking out to “Something Big” (yep, still got that song on replay 😂) with headphones on…feeling unstoppable and wanting to dance in the kitchen. 💃

The picture in this post is me and my littlest man, at 7:10 AM.

One thing I’ve learned?!

I am not my energy. I am not my emotions.

Emotions are just vibrations in our bodies. 

They are the fuel for living our lives.

They are created with our minds.

We have all the power to change our emotions…our ENERGY…yet we often think we are at the effect of our emotions…not in control…and we make ourselves powerless.

Another thing I’ve learned?

Nothing has gone wrong when we are in impossibility. It is just part of the process.

Impossibility is part of it.

AND…it’s the first stage of belief.

So fun to think of it that way. Ya?!

Need help moving out of impossibility when it comes to your goals?!

I can help you with that.

I’ve got three spots for free calls THIS week.

⏩ bookme.name/coachingwithdeise ⏪

Because it IS possible my friends.

And you have everything you need inside of you to make it INEVITABLE.

💕 Deise

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