I think and write a lot on being limitless, on questioning anything and everything, in order to challenge limitations placed upon us by ourselves or society or whomever.
This tends towards a fluidity that is useful for blasting through boundaries and growing your potential.
And, however, questioning everything has its own limitations.
Fluidity needs structure. Fluidity requires boundaries.
It’s contradictory, and necessary.
If you want to build something, you first lay the foundation, when you know what you want to build, and when you are committed.
From that perspective, these become not limitations, but your foundation for creating something bigger.
These are your grounding principles.
What are your grounding principles? What are those values that drive you, that give your life structure, that provide you with the foundation upon which you can experiment and mess up and learn and grow?