Creating a Vision for the Planet
Fri, 11/09/2012 - 4:26pm | by monicadear
"The main thing is to keep the main thing the main thing." - Stephen R. Covey
When we develop and refine a clear vision for ourselves, we have a higher capacity of achieving that vision. When we're uncertain and cloud our thinking, our clarity of vision dissipates and we ourselves become less effective.
For example, if you have a project to do but an unclear idea about resources, process, outcomes, or deliverables, I promise that your end project will be unclear, unfocused, and undefined. However, with a laser-like focus on what the end result is to be, you work smoothly and efficiently from one end (pre-visioning) to the other end (final delivery), knowing that you're on the right track.
Almost everything around us has had to be built twice -- first in the mind or heart's eye, and then in reality.
My challenge to you is to work with me to create a vision for our shared future. What do you believe? Which qualities do you hold dear? What kind of future do you see for yourself, for your children or grandchildren, for your home, community, city, state, country, and world?
Tell me a statement about what you hold dear -- include those items which you believe to be important. By clarifying and "tuning in" to this vision, we co-create a reality that matches that vision. As more and more of us believe in that vision, that potential future as a timeline becomes more and more clear.
Think about it: when we focus on war, greed, weeds, foreclosure, poverty, cruelty, abuse, the NWO, and negativity -- that becomes our reality. We give power to those ideas. When we focus on peace, gratitude, planting trees and flowers, prosperity, generosity, kindness, justice, world collaboration, that becomes our reality. We give power to those ideas.
We always have a choicde. Our present focus on our thoughts, ideas, images, and emotions determines where and how we move forward.
I encourage you to consider your own life today as a reflection of your choices made in the past. Realize that your life tomorrow and next month, next year, in the next decade, or in twenty or thirty years.... or the lives of your children and all the next generations, will reflect the choices you're making right now.
Let's work together to co-create our future.