Inquiry: I can’t take a year off (and live at the cabin)

I can’t take a year off. (And live at the cabin by the lake, or the one in the mountains.)

  1. True?
    Feels true, to some extent.
  2. Sure?
    No. Just an opinion. I haven’t explored it much yet.
  3. What happens when I believe that thought?
    • I limit options in my own mind. I notice the quiet nudge to take a year off and live at one of the cabins, but ignore it and don’t explore it further.
    • There is inner division between the quiet nudge and the belief that prevents me from exploring it as a possibility. (Very low volume and in the background, but still there.)
  4. Who would I be without it?
    • Free to explore the possibility. Look at how I may make it work. Free to do it as well, or not.
  5. Turnarounds.
    • I can take a year off.
      • Yes, I actually can. I am in a position where I can do just that. (Only that initial belief is preventing me from exploring it seriously.)
    • My thinking can’t take a year off.
      • When it is tied up and bounded by that belief, it can’t. It is not free to actively explore the possibility.
      • My thinking lives its own life. Thoughts emerge as bubbles rising to the surface. No need for thoughts to take a year off, no more than the wind or trees or the stars need to take a year off.

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