Sunday, January 20, 2013

Creating Vision Boards, What's Next? (What If? Workshop Part 2)



The What If? Workshop part two was wonderful!  Some even experienced the abundance flow just after the first workshop.  We had so much fun playing and creating together.  As we gathered around tables with our cut outs from magazines, glue, and gel pens, we enjoyed sharing a piece of ourselves during the creative process.  As we helped each other with ways to express our wants on our boards we discussed what comes next in the manifestation process.  
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            Now that we cleared ourselves and created vision boards, what comes next?  The first thing about manifesting to be understood is that we must allow things to happen.  The process of manifesting is not about controlling what we want and how we get it, but it is about allowing what is best for us (we think to small) and allowing it to happen in its own way not the way we think it should happen.  I think that the later is the most difficult thing to do.  We are limited in the way we think that things can come to us.  We can’t envision achieving our goals in any other way so we sometimes don’t even notice when it actually happens.  For instance, last year I put on my vision board that I wanted to write.  In my mind this meant finishing a book I had been working on, writing my blog and in general spends a good portion of each day writing something.  When I created my vision board in January I had already enrolled in and was about to begin a college English course.  With taking two college courses and all the other things going on in my life I really didn’t have time to work on my writing projects everyday as I had planned.  It wasn’t until the middle of April did I realize that I had been working on my writing through my English class.  I must have written a full book that semester between both classes I was taking.  I received exactly what I needed.  During that time I learned so much about writing and received so much practiced which was what my goal had been.  The moral of the story is to be open to your dreams coming to you in unexpected ways.




            It’s time to start allowing and stop controlling and begin recognizing all the ways that your dreams are coming true. 

Thanks for stopping by Meaningful Living Now and please feel free to leave a comment.

In love and light,

Christine

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