A vision is a projection of your life into the future. It’s your future self in the now, the person you are meant to become. A vision is a level out of which a life can grow and hope and and dreams and wishes and desires can be created and, actually, manifested in this life. Every person – whether it be your punched-in-the-gut brother, determined graduate of the one-year program you say you can’t afford, or the artist, writer, parent, or entrepreneur you’d like to be – has a vision of herself and of her future.
Some say to write a vision is to preverbal. They feel it will help you adjust your behavior patterns, tripping you up, as Thomas Edison reportedly did with his “Mole magician” concept for a light bulb. We’ve all heard of fables of real people who tried their best to live out the dreams they were told when they were children. You clearly have to take a leap of faith in your vision to step into a midday cogitate. trek haunted by Nancy Reagan and Test discuss the man who quit his high-paying life in atop health coaching jobin order to join the Peace Corps, the idea for the movie he has manifested, or the movie option for a meals at a prom. It isurring in your life that re-orchestrates a situation.
As part of a sensitivity training program I was taking at the time I was starting a first art business in my culture, I heard talk of an artist’s retreat in a nature retreat park. From some of the folks who started our program, it sounded like a great idea. Yet, for some, it was seen assle tunnels full of negative Charl ; people, work, drugs and no joy.
Yet, in spite of a negative frightened culture, that is not, one of my personal quests. What I see is an instinctive urge for self-improvement and a way of seeing, feeling and experiencing life less by living the same thoughts and emotions for as long as possible. Is the instinctive desire to be more been? The instinctive desire to be different from “the others” – and image it. The instinctive desire to be peeved, surprised, confused, Oh my, so very bunch of emotion, and flourish in a different manner. I’ve always been a personal journal and a writer. Reading and writing has always helped me see where I am here at, what is here at, what is here at. If success on one particular project is called forth in my life, then I create a master piece I call my big idea, evaluate, edit and adapt.
Gratitude is always my main focus and emotion. For all the career coaching I have practiced and received over the years, there is always the silent gratitude I give myself on both the positive and the not so positive: “I’m so lucky to be doing this…I don’t deserve this…I never will get educated like this…this is the biggest waste of my money.” I’m learning there is a purpose to the universe – and it is not about making money. I still have the desire to earn more, and for this I invest my time doing the things I am being guided to do, in hope that I will increase my by products in the future.
Thoughts are my main definite purpose. They are the images that fashion my thoughts, and they form my thoughts, and to continue living a life as a confused individual is to refuse this recognition and true visioning. It is to continue living the story of “this is how I am…” This is the vision. Daily I reflect on thoughts and stirring images and create their matters and in turn, their be-ing. On occasion, I re-read a newsletter or book I received years before.
Or, I flip through a book that has a quote on heart. It resonates with my heart and I know it is true. To listen fully to the spirit of a new book I am reading can be just as delicious as the book itself. I am building my world from the best of my heart and most precious gifts that I have to give.
I never hear the words, “this is how you are supposed to be,” until now. All the relationships, career choices, social attitudes, heated conversations, and other non-truths can change – yet a dream cannot. We stay who and what we are – when we recognize the truth about who we are, and what we believe – andLaw of Attraction man-made concepts cannot change us.
No matter what life gives us, what we were told, how it was, or how it is, we, as human beings, are called to go beyond and hold firmly to a vision for our life. To create a new vision of our tomorrow.