Believe that you can do anything you need to do.

Welcome back to the video series that's all about climbing the ladder of vibration and manifesting the life of your dreams. I'm Stephanie Mulac, and today we are going to be talking about turning “I can't” into “I can” or “I might” or “maybe” or “I could if I really wanted to.”

So what do I mean by all of these things?

Well, you see, so often in life we get it ingrained in our head that there are certain things we can do, and certain things we can't do. And we go about our life operating on those general principles.

Now, when we are faced with something that we've never done before, or when we are faced with a situation where we're struggling to accomplish something that's going to take a little bit more practice, a lot of times we fall back on that “I can't” mentality. And there's varying levels of shifting that around because in a lot of instances, “I can't” doesn't always necessarily have the direct opposite impact if you say “I can.”

So for example, I can legitimately say to you, I can't sing. I mean, if I were to sit here, I can't even carry a tune. And see, “I can't carry a tune” is such an easy phrase in my vocabulary.

Now, the reality is, is that if I wanted to sing bad enough, if I needed to sing in order to accomplish something, or to step up to the next level of my goal or to something that I was manifesting, could I sing? Well, I could certainly take voice lessons. I could certainly practice. I could certainly learn that as a skill.

Would I ever be a famous opera singer? Probably not.

But is that something I aspire to? I could tell you it's definitely not something I aspire to.

But you see, the whole concept of me saying turning “I can't” into “I can” and then following that up with, “I might” or “maybe I could” is just to simply illustrate to you that there may be something that you are unable to do at this point, but it doesn't necessarily mean that it's something that you need to learn how to do.

It's just that you need to understand that “I can't” is not the end all be all. It may be “I can't and I'm not going to put any effort into turning that situation around right now.” Or “I can't but I might be able to do it in the future if I learned the skill or took lessons or practiced.”

So we're not always looking for that black and white and what you hear so often people say, “Don't say you can't, you absolutely can do it.” Well, you likely can do just about anything you set your mind to, but within reason you really want to decide whether or not it's even something you want to spend the time learning how to do.

So, I can't could be a very legitimate word in your vocabulary for something that does not serve you and does not take you from where you are to where you want to be.

So, I wanted to put that into your head so that you don't fall into the trap of thinking that you have to have that can-do attitude for every single solitary thing that comes your way. Because I believe you can do anything you need to do, and that's where the difference is.

So take that, think about it a little bit, and if you got any ahas from this video, please give it a big thumbs up and click the like button below. And until next time, keep climbing that ladder of vibration.