What is a problem if not an indication of your absolute certainty that you are inadequate somehow. Certainly not adequate enough to solve your problem. So, you may go from one person to another looking for an answer to your problem. Lots of advice givers giving lots of answers for you to consider. ‘Naw, that’s not it.’ ‘Naw, that’s not it.’- comes up so often it sounds like a broken record. (Remember ‘broken record?) But wait, suddenly you hear something from someone that’s right on the money. It feels so right. Yup, that’s it. Whew, what a relief! That’s the answer you have been looking for. You sure wish that you thought of it.
However, how would you be able to know your heard the answer………unless you already knew the answer, huh? How would you be able to identify what you heard as the answer unless you already knew the answer? The answer you were looking for in the first place was already a part of your consciousness.
Oftentimes we habitually do not give ourselves enough credit for knowing what we know, so we look elsewhere for answers to problems. It’s not that the problem is too big for you to handle that makes you look for your answers to problems from others, it’s that you think you are too small that keeps you from solving any problem you may have.
Got a problem? Cut out the middleman, get your answer wholesale. Go right to the manufacturer. That’s you. You are the maker of any problem you have and you are the source for the answer to any problem. Problem? No problem!