Question: What Else Is Possible? This simple, yet effective question is one of the first tools that you learn in an Access Bars class.
When you use it and how you use it is up to you.
I like to use it on EVERYthing!
Asking open questions like What else is possible? Opens up the possibilities of what could be available to you.
Use this question in times where everything is going smoothly:
This is great and what else is possible?
Use this question in times where things are not going smoothly and challenges are everywhere –
Just saying this simple yet potent question could open up possibilities that previously didn’t seem to exist.
How often should you use it?
Say this question as often as you think it, as often as is fun for you, as much as you choose!
Do I have to say it exactly as it is?
No! Have fun with it. Play with different ways of saying it.
Mix it up.
Variations that can be fun to play with are:
What else is possible that I haven’t considered?
………………………………… that would create more ease in this situation?
What could change for you if you were willing to use this question on all sorts of situations in your life?
Clients and colleagues of mine have used this question in many different ways to change the energy and create possibilities, that can seem like magic.
A colleague of mine asked this out loud at the airport check in desk when she was told that her flight was overbooked and that she’d have to wait for the next one.
Saying this question to the check in clerk made him look at her strangely, then he double checked his computer and discovered a business class seat was available… creating a free upgrade for my delighted colleague as if by magic!
A mega version of this question which I’m enjoying playing with is:
What else is possible, that I don’t think is possible, that if I allowed the possibility, would actualise a completely different reality?
If you’d rather stick to the same old problems, don’t use this question…you might just find you life becoming too easy!