What is it that is on your mind that you want, want to have, or want to do?
Whatever it is, are you ready for it? Are you ready to receive it, to accomplish it, to feel it, to see it? Or, are you only seeing it as a wish or a dream? Something that you ‘would love’ or ‘would do if you won the lottery,’ or ‘only happens for others, but not me’? If this is the case, I encourage you to imagine the possibilities.
Imagine the possibility that the thing in your mind could happen...for you. Just imagine. It’s possible, it’s possible; yes, it’s possible. I know this because it happened to me. When I went from needing to have it all right now, to figuring out what was truly important and letting go of the other [expectations of self that were imprinted from legacy, society or anyone else at all], plus allowing time to be my friend [instead of my imposing/pending enemy], and then bringing structure to my desire, things started happening that were exactly as I had dreamed or imagined.
Often, we imagine things to be impossible because we have not brought structure to the thought, and whatever it is, we want it all and we want it now. If you open your mind to the possibility that this ‘thing’ could be yours if you plan for it, incrementally, over time, then you can have it/achieve it/do it.
If, with intention and commitment, you move the idea from dream to possibility, what might that look like, what would it take? Exactly, precisely, what structure and what steps would it take for you to achieve the dream if you planned for it? If you were highly intent on running a race, would you simply show up on race day and expect to be in the best shape?
Not likely. You would plan for a course of training over a period of time to make sure your body was in shape, and your stamina was high enough to compete. If you were entering a cooking contest, would you show up without the exact right ingredients, having tested and tried the recipe repeatedly?
Adopt this mindset! Look that thing you want straight in the eye and imagine it in hi-resolution. When you do this, you may realize that you should ‘be careful what you wish for!’ Or, you may affirm to yourself, “I want that.” And, set an intention, commit to it, make a plan and practice/train/re-imagine on the way to achieving or obtaining this thing.
Finally, be sure that you see what is right in front of you! You may not even realize that parts or pieces are falling into place in front of your eyes! One day, as happened to me, you’ll be launching your signature workshop in Sedona, Arizona!