September 5, 2012
What is your vision?
Here are 3 tips to help keep it alive and attainable:
A sticky pad with writing on it that relates directly to your vision. Put it on your mirror in the bathroom, sticky on the milk carton in the fridge, on your computer screen. By keeping it in a tangible form that you see, it will keep it on your mind and right in front of you. Reinforce your daily desire to make your vision real.
Question your actions if they are indeed in alignment with your vision. "How does this serve me" or words that you can create that keeps your vision with you at all times. Notice how you feel when you may forget your vision or leave it behind or when you open the fridge and see what you wrote on a sticky.
Lynne Twist wrote about "blessed unrest" and this is a milemarker that you are moving toward your vision. The more uncomfortable it feels the more you areare actively pursuing your desired vision. This is not a "No pain, No gain". The yardstick to measure this more effectively is how much freedom are you feeling and energy that is released back to you.
Do not think you have failed or can't do this. We just need to build up that muscle of keeping your vision from being lost in the day to day, infront of you.
This is where you "stay" with the emotions and mental challenges and do not retreat or give up. Dig your heels in and fight like you never have before. You are not "broken" and are naturally creative, resourceful and whole. You have all the answers (the are just covered up with other peoples junk, your own limiting beliefs and your undermining voices that tell you that you can't). Press on, your vision is awaiting you.