Is it possible for imaginations to 'run riot'? It could be argued we don't allow our imaginations the chance to do what they want and need to do. As soon as an idea enters our minds, we find reasons to dismiss is as fanciful or unachievable. Your imagination is your strongest asset now. What you can envisage is not only achievable, it can bring about an almost perfect solution to a concern you've nurtured in quiet. It's time to push aside logic and pessimism.
Is a situation you find yourself in what you were expecting? Does it tick boxes you believed it would? Are you reassured that you have either made a 'right' choice or are heading in a particular direction that truly suits you? Don't concern yourself with finding so many answers. Trust that you are right where you need to be, right now, for many good reasons. As uncertain or volatile as one or two situations might appear, you've recently altered a dynamic. Trust it was right to do so.
Whatever the mind can conceive and believe, it can achieve. Sounds simple enough but it's the latter two points we often struggle with. We tend to be able to conceive clearly in our minds what we'd like to see happen but it's the believing and achieving part that sometimes poses a problem and this usually has more to do with doubt in our abilities than anything else. You can, with much less effort than you think, achieve something you can see clearly in your mind now.
It sometimes doesn't take children long to learn how to get something that has been put outside their reach. Even if they can't see an immediate way of getting it, their imaginations devise some strategy to attain it. You're in a similar situation in some way now. Something is tantalizingly within reach, you can practically see it. Yet, it is somehow unattainable. The cosmos recognizes your frustration. It's about to give you a much welcomed boost to help you get it.
Have you done enough? Do you have the full measure of a certain situation – or might you be making some assumptions that might actually be incorrect? A situation appears straightforward in many ways yet something within in you tells you there is more to what's happening than what is immediately apparent. To find out a certain truth, you're going to have to take a risk of some kind. This will require courage but will prove to be both enlightening and very helpful.
Is there something about your current situation that makes sense? Or are you wondering how recent events have led to where you are now? In some ways, dwelling on all that has happened is irrelevant. It's the fact that you are where you are that matters. If you're not yet seeing evidence of the stronger and more potentially fulfilling position you're in now, then you will do soon. All it will take from you is willingness to accept the worst of a tense scenario is over.
How much effort will be required to put a certain situation 'right'? I say 'right' because, from where you're sat, it appears far from 'right'. You can see more that is wrong than anything else within it. Don't overlook though what has transpired in recent weeks and what level of understanding exists between you and a certain person that didn't exist not so long ago. It is that understanding that is going to lead not only to cooperation but an agreement that really will suit both of you.
Most living things are self protective. We share goals that involve safety, security and avoiding danger. All living things have at least one reason to be cautious of what or whom they don't know or have reason to trust. As understandable as your reticence in such a way is concerned, you can afford to trust a situation that smacks of something to be wary about. You have protected yourself unnecessarily for too long. It's time to relax where a particular issue is concerned.
You have wanted to revive life into a situation that has gone stale. It became too predictable and wasn't without its share of issues. As if a genie has granted your wish, you have recently become free of this scenario but you're not sure you like new territory you find yourself in. It is different but that shouldn't cause you to think where you are now isn't a vast improvement on where you once were. Allow some time to get used to your new position and you'll see how much better it is.
Managers of sports teams usually understand motivation. They also usually need to have some experience in managing expectations. It has been known for managers to motivate teams by planting untruths in the minds of players. Star players on opposing teams appear tired and fed up or were seen limping, that sort of thing. Such tactics work if someone is prepared to believe them. Be sure about how truthful your reasons for pursuing a certain plan are now.
Long ago, before television, radio listeners were invited to 'tune in tomorrow' to hear the outcome to a story. Then, the same started happening on television. It was important for stories to end with some degree of tension in order to keep listeners and viewers keen. See tension that exists in your world now as a story unfolding to be pursued. There is something motivating and inspiring within it and the sky insists that the outcome is guaranteed to be a pleasing one.
We only miss something when it's gone. So goes the old saying. The words 'something' and 'it's' can obviously be replaced with 'someone' and 'them'. In fact, it's usually people we miss the most when they're not longer part of our lives. Does possibility exist that someone needn't be as removed as you (and possibly they) believe? Tension has mounted and peaked. A situation can only become calmer and more conducive to a discussion that really needs to be had.