Impossible?

May 26, 2010 by  
Filed under Channeling, Lessons

Ever think the words, “That’s impossible”? Well, I will admit that I certainly have. But a wonderful private message that I channeled from Buddha as I sat in meditation gave me a new perspective on the word “impossible”. Since things only have the meaning that we give it, we can indeed change this potentially limiting word into something that is very positive. Here is what Buddha suggested:

Your Path Of Possibility

Step off of your path of impossibility onto a path of possibility. Instead of seeing the word as “Impossible”, see it as “I’m-possible“.

How great! What a difference an apostrophe can make! Because it is YOU–the “I’m”– who is the writer, producer, director, and star of your life. You create the characters, the scenes, the script, even the props. So if you  believe that you are possibility, can you imagine all of the amazing scenes in your life you could create? By remembering that YOU are possibility, you open up the floodgates of new experiences that you once upon a time thought could never come your way.

It’s all magic. Once we realize that we are the magicians holding the wands controlling our own destinies and moments, then nothing is impossible. Pull out your wand now and start filling your life with apostrophes!

Dwell in possibility ~Emily Dickinson

Comments

4 Responses to “Impossible?”
  1. DenRA says:

    Thanks for sharing this!! We never know what we can do untill we do it!!Be blessed,Love,DenRA

  2. I feel that is a great way to look at the word impossible, my only problem with is, Buddha. Maybe you can straighten me up, but isn’t buddism worshiping an idiol? Would really like to hear your answer on this.
    Debbie

  3. Hi Debbie,

    Glad you enjoyed the post, and thanks for your great question.

    Buddhism arose from Buddha’s teachings. His teachings could be summed up in one sentence: He taught about suffering and the way to end it. The teachings on the Four Noble Truths are among the very first of many teachings that Shakyamuni Buddha—who is also know as Siddhartha, the most widely known Buddha– gave in North-East India, seven weeks after attaining enlightenment as he sat under the Bodhi tree. These teachings are known to contain the essence of the Buddhist path, regardless of the tradition one follows. Buddhists do not idolize the Buddha, but simply follow his amazing enlightened teachings.

    The word Buddha means “the awakened one.” A Buddha is a person who has developed all positive qualities and eliminated all negative qualities. Buddha was an ordinary human being like you and me before he became enlightened. A Buddha is not the creator of the universe nor is the Buddha omnipotent (all-powerful). The state of a Buddha is not impossible to reach, although it may take many lives and extensive effort. For these reasons, the Buddha is not idolized, but deeply admired and respected for the incredible teachings that he brought forth.

    I hope that this answers your question! If not, please feel free to write again or contact me directly.

  4. Thank you very much for answering my question. You answered it very will. thanks for setting me straight. I was always thought people did see him as a god.
    Thank you for taking the time to email with your responce. lets stay in touch.
    Debbie

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