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Here is the second post on 4 Transformative Pointers To A Vision Oriented Life and if you missed the first one in this series here it is: 4 Transformative Pointers To A Vision Oriented Life Part 1.
Here is a quick overview:
- Explore and transform what limits your energy and vitality
- Connect to inner guidance and establish a clear area of focus
- Learn to enjoy the process and recognize interconnectedness
- Celebrate the unfolding accomplishments and recognize when your vision manifests
Continue on here to learn more...
3. Learn to enjoy the process and recognize interconnectedness.
One of the areas to explore is how we withdraw from the unfolding potential of the moment. We may not recognize opportunities and find ways of not connecting to avenues of solutions that could help our development. We need to learn how to recognize the interconnectedness of events and all things around us, and orient towards greater unity amidst the evolution of our vision.
This brings with it insights around learning to not push towards a specific end result, instead letting things unfold and being present and enjoying the steps as they slowly show the path ahead.
For this to happen it is important to let go of loss, and trust that there is an unfolding intelligence that weaves through all the circumstances we encounter and keeps renewing and offering new options that are unavailable unless we work with our fear of loss.
For this area to fully be discovered we need to focus on specific behaviours and put importance on the process.
4. Celebrate the unfolding accomplishments and recognize when your vision manifests.
It happens sometimes that when we don't recognize our accomplishments and keep delaying having a specific moment of success in time, that we keep blocking our ability to feel a sense of having accomplished something. In this way we keep ourselves in a loop of being in a victim position, and never have a chance to experience how the steps we took contributed to a specific achievement.
It is possible that for fear of failure we avoid giving ourselves a specific time frame, and end up procrastinating or blocking ourselves to unfold our vision, simply avoiding knowing when a specific result or aspect of our vision has been manifested.
This area is about learning to feel satisfaction around something we accomplished, to recognize when certain circumstances or synchronistic events happen, so that we can complete our next action step.
It requires focus on letting ourselves set a specific time frame and having a specific moment of success in time.
Some of this work has been developed by Annegret Hallanzy//Vision Oriented Change Work and has served me well in working with a variety of issues that come up when pursuing a life of purpose and vision.
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