• How To Make The Impossible Possible With ZPoint

    When I look at this photo I know it would be impossible for me to pose in this position – and I’m happy with that! I don’t want to put myself in a situation where I could fall and injure myself.

    But that girl is entirely relaxed and comfortable, and she feels safe hanging half-way out of a window.

    What is impossible for one person is possible for another, so this example shows nothing is set in stone.

    Think about the times you’ve said to yourself that something was impossible, but you gave it a try, and were able to do it. That feeling of achievement is incredible, and it boosts your confidence to attempt more challenges.

    Now think about something you really want – but you’re telling yourself it’s impossible. 9 times out of 10 that won’t be true. But you feel bad thinking about how you can’t have it.

    People do ‘impossible’ things all the time, they break world records at the Olympics, they discover cures for a disease, and a million small acts of impossibility are overcome every day.

    You have to choose what you really want, and decide you will aim for it 100%.

    If you have lingering doubts you will find ways to sabotage your effort, but you can release fear and resistance easily with ZPoint. When I guide you to communicate directly with your subconscious, you will effortlessly release the limiting beliefs that hold you back. You might be completely unaware of them, but they are responsible for you thinking you can’t do something.

    I take you through picturing yourself as already having achieved your goal, and you will experience how good that feels. When you unlock your blocks to what you consider to be impossible, you open up whole new ways to allow in all the possibilities that are waiting for you.


    “Because a thing seems difficult for you, do not think it impossible for anyone to accomplish.” ~ Marcus Aurelius

    “The only place where your dream becomes impossible is in your own thinking.” ~ Robert Schuller

    “The positive thinker sees the invisible, feels the intangible and achieves the impossible.” ~ Anonymous