The ability to stay committed to your goal or purpose despite the initial evidence to support its achievement is a necessity to its accomplishment.
To bring something into reality, it first has to not exist. You have to visualize it, feel it, and believe you are capable of creating it. Only then can it become and actuality. No one ever produced anything they did not see in their mind first.
In the classic book, Think and Grow Rich, Napoleon Hill states, "You can be anything you want to be, if only you believe with sufficient conviction and act in accordance with your faith; for whatever the mind can conceive and believe, it can achieve." This is one of my favorite quotes of all time.
Aligning your purpose and vision
If your vision is on purpose, and aligned with the core values of the universe - love, compassion, creativity, believe you will receive what you need to achieve it.
There are numerous methods for using visualization to develop an image of your 'why' or ultimate goal. However, our long-term objective often takes time to manifest, years or decades in some cases. I believe we could use the power of visualization in relation to our short-term goals more frequently and effectively than we often do.
Utilize this same power to visualize receiving what you need today on the way to your ultimate goal. Generate a belief you will receive it, while also maintaining an openness as to the ways and manner it may come. As always, if your vision is on purpose and aligned, you can be guaranteed you will receive what you need.
John Hawkins Jr., M.S., L.M.H.C.
John has helped thousands of clients overcome the hidden internal blocks which had kept them from achieving their maximum potential. Furthermore, he has assisted them in gaining clarity of their true life purpose, identifying their gifts and talents, and developing lives of greater meaning and significance.