What have you decided are the objectives for your life? Perhaps it’s to make a certain amount of money or have financial ease, to get married, have kids, live in a certain place, or create a particular lifestyle.

What happens when you function from an objective, is that you create reference points to go with it. Reference points are what allow you to keep the judgments in place that cut off what’s available. Every choice is judged according to whether or not it matches the reference points you’ve created to maintain your objective.

Say, for example, that you’re a vegetarian. Perhaps your objective is to be healthy, and you’ve defined what that takes with a reference point to be a vegetarian. In doing so, you’ve created a choiceless universe in which you never eat meat. I’m not saying you should go out and meat, but instead wake up every morning and ask your body what it would like to eat today. Your body doesn’t operate with objectives so it will tell you without a point of view about it. By asking, you’re still including choice. As soon as you say you’re a vegetarian you’ve eliminated choice in regards to what you eat.

As another example, years ago I refused to be in a relationship. I didn’t see a good one, so why would I want to do that? That was my point of view. It was a choiceless universe. I had an objective to remain single and created reference points to limit other possibilities from coming into my world. Rather than looking at what would be fun for me, I used judgments to create a conclusion without choices.

Asking a question, such as what does your body want or what would be fun for you, takes you out of a choiceless universe. Rather than maintaining the point of view that you are going to have your life a certain way, a question allows you to acknowledge the reference points you’re using that keep you from knowing what else is available and creating a life that truly works for you.

Eliminating everywhere you’re functioning from objectives and reference points opens up your life to infinite possibilities. Here are a few more tools you can use to create beyond a choiceless universe:

Write down 10 things that you’ve decided you cannot change or cannot ask for.

These can be about absolutely anything. Get extremely honest with yourself.

Have you decided that you’ll never have enough money, a successful business, a happy relationship, ease with family? Whatever is on your list, have a look at all the limitations you’re maintaining with those points of view. This is your life; is living with those limitations really working for you? What other choices do you have? Are you actually limited or are you committed to your points of view?

Allow the list to be an acknowledgement of what you have been choosing. Use questions to move beyond the conclusions that created those choices so that there’s nothing you can’t change or nothing you can’t ask for.

Practice saying “All of life comes to me with ease, joy, and glory” at least 10 times in the morning, and ten times and night, and whenever else you want to!

It’s designed to eliminate conclusions and limitations, and anywhere you’ve decided you cannot create something different.

Saying this mantra of Access Consciousness is a great tool when you know something different is possible but you have no idea where to start. I say it all the time. I recently had a facial and just said it over and over in my head during the treatment. It’s great in the car, if you have to wait in line for some reason, or any time you feel a little sticky. When you’re willing to have a life of ease, joy, and glory, you eliminate the choiceless places you’ve been holding onto.

Forget who you were yesterday.

Each morning when you wake up, before you even get your day going, destroy and let go of everything you were yesterday – all of the limitations, thoughts, feelings, conclusions, objectives, reference points, everything. It’s like clearing the slate. It doesn’t have to be difficult or significant, just let go and see what happens.

How often do you base something on what happened yesterday, last week, last year, or 10 years ago? What if you never had to reference what was and instead began choosing from what’s available? What else is available that you’ve never considered? Whatever you were yesterday is no longer relevant. What would you like to create today?

Do this exercise for a week. Clear out what was, get curious what else is possible, and see if something starts to change.

Objectives and reference points are ways you limit you from creating a greater life. They lock you into a world without choice. Asking questions and playing with different possibilities allows you to move beyond anything you’ve decided you should be doing in favor of a life with infinite choice.

Simone Milasas is a lady who knows how to be a woman, who sees the joy of possibility and future and knows that there is the prospect of possibility in every choice you choose. Simone is the author of JOY OF BUSINESS and GETTING OUT OF DEBT JOYFULLY and travels the world facilitating seminars with Access Consciousness.
You can find Simone every week on her podcast  –The Art & Industry of Business & Living available on her website and iTunes.


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