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Creating With Tomorrow Vs. Putting It Off ‘Til Tomorrow

Mon. 2 Mar 2020  |  Ask Susan  |  Nurturing You


When was the last time you heard yourself say:
* I don’t feel like it;
* I’m too busy thinking about it;
* I’ll clean it, organize it, make that call, order that book, start that diet, apply for that job…tomorrow;
* It’ll be easier tomorrow;
* I’ll get back to you tomorrow.

Here’s the deal:
There’s always a tomorrow
Or is there?

The truth is I’ve been heard to say
I’ll get back to you
while being present with what is being asked of me
rather than pushing it to tomorrow
because I’ve decided I can’t deal with it …

So what do I do?
I ask question instead of putting it off until tomorrow.

I sit with what the demand is and ask questions:
Is this light?
Will choosing this work for me, my business, my life?
Will this add to what I am focused on?
Is there more information that I require here?

And, its true,
I might get back to them the next day or even a few days later.
In that coexistence of time and space, I am gifting myself a period of grace in which
I am choosing, not feeling forced to choose.

And if I see myself drifting with the to do’s of today, floating into the tomorrows, I ask myself 2 questions:

1 – What would it feel like to create this with ease, get it off my list?
What’s the worst thing that could happen?
What’s the best thing that could happen?
And I get a sense of that.

2 – What’s it going to feel like to always have this on my list of tomorrows?
What’s the worst thing that could happen?
What’s the best thing that could happen?
And I really get a sense of that

And I get up and go for the lightness of what and how I could be creating and just begin with what will create the greatest pop in my universe.

Very different from putting something aside without being aware of the energies surrounding it.

What about you?
What’s your mindset on creating with tomorrow versus putting it off till tomorrow?

Watch this related Ask Susan episode that examines When we say “I’ll get to that tomorrow”, how much do we shut off the contributive energies of creating with tomorrow rather than creating for tomorrow?”  We explore these questions and more in this episode of Ask Susan where we talk about how ‘proving’ is a fancy way of judging ourselves because we may have been rewarded for doing that, and once we have that awareness, asking “judging me, is that creating more or less for me…and if I stop judging me, what will that create?”

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