Friday, February 19, 2010

Share Your Vision

I create my ideal world by envisioning it
and telling others about it.
I share my vision.

If we truly desire to create a better world for ourselves, we would need to do something different than what we've been doing. We'd need to think different thoughts and talk about different things.

At present, our thoughts and words are dominated by ideas that keep us separated from one another, beliefs that we are limited, and outcomes which have little or no value to us personally, or to Humanity at large.

It's as if we have all the tools we need to create a paradise on Earth, and yet, these tools sit idle while we remain confused about what we really came here to do.

Fortunately, many of us are breaking free from our urge to conform to the old ways of doing things, and we are bringing others of like-mind along with us. Soon, enough of us will be thinking and talking about that which truly serves us - and we will create a better world.

The next time you find yourself grumbling about the way things are in the world, and you feel powerless to change any of it, take out a notebook and start writing about what your ideal world would look like to you. Describe, in detail, anything that comes to mind. You might choose to depict your ideal environment, the way you'd like people to act toward you, your perfect neighborhood, your ideal personal life, etc.

Write down the final outcome, not the steps it takes to get there.
Leave those up to God.

Write as much as you feel like writing and then, when you've finished, take a mental snapshot of the visions you've written about and imprint each one indelibly in your mind.

And . . . the next time you're in the company of friends who are expressing their concern for the way things are going lately, instead of commiserating and feeling disempowered, share your mental snapshots with them. Do just as you'd do if you'd brought along your picture album from last summer's vacation. Point out all the little things they might miss, and, above all, tell them that their thoughts have the power to create a better world, and let them know that when they're envisioning their ideal world and sharing it with others, they are bringing it to life.

My intention for todays is:
I intend that I am sharing my visions of my ideal world and knowing that, in the sharing, I am consciously contributing to the creation of them.

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