Vision – Vibration – Space and Action
Everything in our lives starts with vision – the possibility thinking regarding what could be. It could be as grand as President Kennedy’s vision of “landing a man on the moon and returning him safely,” or as simple as having a good day.
Visioning awakens and energizes us to what is possible, and I think many of us could benefit from having bigger and grander visions. Whether as a culture or a species, we are often afraid to dream bigger dreams, and consequently limit ourselves and others right out of the gate. Try instead to focus on making a contribution, rather than achieving fame or fortune. Bruce Dickinson once said of fame, “It is the excrement of creativity, it’s the shit that comes out of the back end, it’s a by-product of it.” So while good fortune and fame may be a consequence of your vision, maybe it shouldn’t be the goal. Maybe the goal could be determining how your vision could serve and contribute to others’ well-being.
When you focus on a vision of making a positive contribution to those you interact with, pay close attention to ensure that your belief and vibration are aligned with that vision – when that is achieved, the only thing left for you to do is trust the process. Practice your art and commit to getting better and aligning your energy each and every day.
Once your vision is aligned with beliefs, be prepared to take action but leave space for inspiration. While some action is required to manifest your dreams, we know that massive action without time and space to just be often crowds out any opportunity for intuition and inspiration. Our days were never meant to be filled with doing; they should also include being, so that our visions have room to grow.
“What the mind can conceive and believe, it can achieve.” – Napoleon Hill