Why We Believe Everything is Possible

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Spending Time in NYC Virtually

Joeaux: So we are here on our way from one place to another, which is usually what we’re doing. We just finished an event and…

Marilyn: How to Channel 2.0.

Joeaux: And it was phenomenal.

Marilyn: Phenomenal in New York City, virtually.

Joeaux: Virtual in New York City. And our team said, “We need a video.”

Marilyn: Here we are.

 

We Believe Everything is Possible

Joeaux: And so we do videos wherever we can because that’s kind of how our life rolls. And we wanted to talk to you about why we believe everything is possible. Marilyn, why do you believe everything is possible?

Marilyn: I don’t think it’s anything that you believe in, I think it’s just a fact.

Joeaux: See, there you go. We have this silly thing that we call ‘BS,’ which is our belief system. And the only thing that keeps us from anything is that little piece of BS that sometimes gets in our way. And what Marilyn and I have realized recently is it’s not the big things that hold us back from what we want in life.

Marilyn: No.

Joeaux: Everybody’s had trauma. Some people have had it worse than others, for sure. I mean, all kinds of abuse, right? People have gone through horrible things.

Marilyn: Everybody has a story.

Joeaux: And you go to therapy, you spend years working on yourself and you finally, finally get to a point of forgiveness and you can move on. But what we realized is we don’t think that those are the things that actually keep you from getting what you want in life. We think it’s the little, tiny things.

Marilyn:
Absolutely. That’s why when Joeaux says, “Why do you believe everything is possible?” To me it’s, if I believe in God, I believe in these things and there may be a doubt there somewhere, but everything is possible, there is no doubt.

Message on the Mirror

Joeaux: Yeah. Should I tell him the story about I am enough?

Marilyn: You can, now you have to.

Joeaux: Oh okay. I’m always studying something. I love to work on myself.

Marilyn: She loves to read. I read nothing, she reads everything.

Joeaux: I was reading this thing. And it said that an exercise that you should do is you should write on your mirror, “I am enough.” Well, I’ve done that before. See, this is the key right here. I’ve done that before. And I thought, “I’m going to do this exercise the way that I’m being guided to do it.” So I wrote up on my mirror, “I am enough,” in lipstick and a little bit later, Marilyn was in my bathroom and she realized that I had written, “I am enough.” And she said, “Joeaux? Do you really think that you need to write that on your mirror? You know you’re enough, right?

Marilyn: You’re one of the most confident people I know.

Joeaux: She said, “You know you’re enough.” I said, “I’m doing an exercise and yes, I think I do know I am enough, but I’m going to do this exercise because I think it’s testing me on the little things. The little habits, habits that we’re all in, that are actually holding us back from what we want.”

Reminded that I AM Enough

Joeaux: Anyway, I had it written on my mirror and I had asked a friend, I’d made some time in my schedule and I really wanted to go dancing. I wanted to go do some country swing or some line dancing because I’m here in Branson. It’s the Country Western capital of the world. No, it’s not that other place, it’s here. And so I thought, “I want to learn, I want to get my cowboy boots on. And I want to learn how to do some of these things that people do here in the Midwest, being a California girl.”

So I invited one of my friends to go dancing and then I texted the dance hall and they basically said, “Well, it’s not happening tonight.” And I was so disappointed. I texted my friend and I said, “Well, it’s not happening tonight.” And then she said, “Okay, well, let’s go skating.” But I didn’t want to go skating. I had my heart set on line dancing. I wanted to learn how to do it.

I started to say, “Okay,” but then I saw my mirror, “I am enough.” And I realized that I really didn’t want to go skating. I don’t have a whole lot of time in my schedule to do things. And I would just rather switch that for another night than to go skating. But I was trying to please her. Right? Because I didn’t think I was enough. I did not think I was enough.

And in the moment, I saw that written up there on the mirror and I went, “I am enough.” And it’s okay for me to say, “I think I’ll just work tonight and we’ll switch it for another night to go dancing.” Which I did. And we went another night and it was all awesome. And then we had so much fun. I thought, “Well, maybe I will go skating.” Anyway, part two is Marilyn.

Marilyn: What I realized was that when Joeaux wrote that on her mirror, yes, I thought, “Oh my God, are you kidding?” Usually they tell you to put it on a post it note.

Joeaux: I wrote it big on my mirror.

Marilyn: Do you know how hard lipstick is to get off of a mirror?

Joeaux: Hey, go big or go home.

Marilyn: Right. Right. Well then I started noticing little shifts in Joeaux. I started noticing that she was happier. She was easier.

Joeaux: Not that kind of easy. 🙂

Lipstick Message on the Mirror

Marilyn: She was connecting in new ways and she didn’t let anything bother her. She was like, “Whatever. Okay.” And then I thought, “Maybe it’s that I am enough sticker written in lipstick on her mirror. Maybe that is it.” She doesn’t know this yet, because she’s not been in my bathroom. But I wrote, “I am enough,” on my bathroom mirror, in lipstick, red lipstick.

Joeaux: And that’s why you’ve been so nice and so much fun? I didn’t even know that and that’s why you’ve been so wonderful and easy go lucky and everything just kind of flows off because you realize… It is hot in here. You realize that it isn’t, you are enough.

Marilyn: Exactly. And that’s the key. And that’s one of the things that we teach in Everything is Possible, is how to know beyond a shadow of a doubt, that you are enough, more than enough.

Joeaux: And how to get rid of… It’s the little things that hold us back from what we want are like that. It’s like, “I knew I was enough,” if we had an intellectual conversation, I would say, “Of course I’m enough.” But it’s those little things in the moment like me, all of a sudden in the smallest way, thinking that I needed to be a people pleaser. And when that happens, you are believing that you have to do that in order to be enough.

Marilyn: Being a people pleaser is a trigger point.

Joeaux: I think I’m having a hot flash or something, jeez.

Livestreaming on June 20 & 21

Marilyn: A people pleaser is a trigger point for the belief, the underlying belief that you’re not enough. So we work on that in Everything is Possible. And not that we want to make this sound like a passion-mercial, but in a way it is because Everything is Possible is coming up on June 20th and 21st, first time, and probably the only time ever that we’re going to offer it online.

Joeaux: Livestream.

Marilyn: It’s going to be broadcast from Houston, Texas. So you got all that Texas energy there.

Joeaux: Via Branson, Missouri.

Marilyn: Via Branson, Missouri. So y’all have all that Branson energy there and it’s going to be online, livestreamed, June 20th and 21st. Please, please, please join us. You will have so much fun. You will learn so much. You will play so much. You will dance so much or not dance so much.

Shifting Habits that Hold You Back

Joeaux: It’s the most regular fun you ever had being woo woo. Bring your friends and family. I mean, all you have to do is pay once, and we have all kinds of different pricing to make sure that everyone can do this. We want everybody to do this because we want to… Our mission is to break the world of these little niggling habits that are keeping you and keeping us from what we truly want in life. And they’re just silly things, like us saying, “I have to, I have to go do this.” Do you know that, that will keep you from what you want in life?

Marilyn: I know, it sounds simple, and if you would like more of this, June 20th and 21st, I am enough, she is enough-

Joeaux: You are enough.

Marilyn: And I know you are enough too. We will see you then.

Joeaux: Namaste y’all.

Marilyn: Namaste.

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