“What’ll It Be? Door Number one? Door Number Two? Door Number Three?”

Probabilities: the extent to which something is probable; the likelihood of something happening or being the case. The most probable event.”

Every single second a probable doorway opens. A possible reality. There are always a myriad of probabilities available to each of us. The key is what we focus on. Of course our favorite go-to-location is fear. The fear we are going to lose our job, are in trouble about something, have done something wrong, the constant what-if this or that, play out in our thoughts tumbling out of control like boulders down a cliff. Well…if you think and focus on negative scenarios, get into that spin, it will.

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Case in point. Speaking with a client about his upcoming early review; instant fear of all that could be wrong became the upmost negative spin in his mind. He forgot in the mind-mixer the incredible results he’s garnered in his team’s arena.

“Which one do you want to happen? Where do you want to be? You can choose to be fired: one probability. You can choose to be recognized for your achievements: probability two. You could be offered a higher position and salary: prob 3. All options are available.”

Remembered realizations, a calming of the senses, breath easier. Clarity available as focus on good things appeared. Multiple probabilities opened up before him.

We all know what we want but then second guess ourselves and/or evaluate our own successes and/or failures thus determining the outcomes based on our projections and thoughts. We choose which doorway, which probability factor grabs us most.

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How does that account for accidents? Other’s diseases? Like my husband’s cancer. I didn’t choose that probability however I stepped in it to support his time while there, strengthening my nursing/healing/companion skills. A balancing factor. An energy exchange. It’s what we do. Yes there are ramifications and fallouts from our choices and probability locations impacting those around us, yet at the same time we have the ability to have huge gains and successes when we embrace that path as well- example again; the caregiver, among many such options. Even something as single minded as recognizing peace and joy in life’s simplicities is a probability choice.

If we were to recognize and truly appreciate – to know there are multiple options to choose, a smorgasbord of various realties, in my humble view,  we have an even greater chance, probability – of choosing our best.

Because in the end that’s all we’ve got: to continue to evolve, grow and be our best version of ourselves, living our most sparkling radiant probability.

Cosmic sunshine to you☀️

 

 

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About Candia Sanders

I love life! I love the abundance, beauty, magnificence, color, emotions, prolific sensuous joys, relationships, animals, nature, spiritual "magic"- the Aliveness - of which humanness reveals. Combine that with sharp, keen intuitive insight and it's a recipe for fun in the fast lane. Intuitive since young, combined with a natural ability to heal has created an arena where possibilities are open and opportunities abound. International Intuitive and Energetic Healer, Medical Intuitive, Psychic
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3 Responses to “What’ll It Be? Door Number one? Door Number Two? Door Number Three?”

  1. Love reading your thoughts

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