Our edge is the border between what we know–including what we are comfortable with and what we are competent at–and what we don’t know. All new, good things in our lives come when we expand past our edge.
How do we know we are at our edge? We feel bad. Some part of us wants move past our edge and another part of us is resisting. The resulting tension feels bad.
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PS: Whenever we feel bad, we are stuck at our edge.
PPS: Another way to know our edge: when the new, good things aren’t arriving as desired.
PPPS: The part that wants to move past our edge already knows we will be fine. The part that is resisting is not at all convinced. (The former is right.)