How To Approach A Problem by Mary Morrissey

It was Albert Einstein who said, “The significant problems we face cannot be solved at the level of thinking that created them.”

When we think “in and about” the problem we are thinking in the same vibration as the problem itself.

Henry Kaiser said, “Every problem is just an opportunity dressed in work clothes.” So how do we raise our thinking to a place where solutions exist?

One clue, when you hear yourself thinking how big the problem is, you say to that problem, “There’s an energy in this universe that is way bigger than you.”

When you think it can’t be handled or you don’t know what to do; just say, what if I did know what to do? What if the answer was already accessible to me because I’m already right at the center of the mind of God?

For a moment today, find yourself thinking in an expanded way. Open up and say to yourself…

~Right where I am, the wisdom of the Universe is.
~Right where I am, answers to every question are accessible because right where I am, God is.
~The problems I’m facing cannot be solved at the level of thinking that creates them but there is another level of thinking available.

It’s available right where I am because right where I am, God is.

Here’s To Expanded Thought,

Mary Morrissey

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