Amazing things happen when you quit trying to “figure out” what you want to be or do, then dare to activate your many visionary potentials.
You were born loaded with these potentials. Curiosity, imagination, intuition, a sense of wonder, a hunger to explore the world matched with patience and the willingness to tolerate ambiguity are just a few of these often under-valued natural gifts.
Rather than being helped to develop your many visionary potentials, you were probably taught to quash them, usually by the end of first grade. Fortunately, those quashed potentials are still alive, and it’s never too late to reawaken them and put them to satisfying use.
That’s why we offer freely many posts and other resources to help you develop your visions. You may want to start with the articles, “10 Everyday Visioning Tips from the Life of Albert Schweitzer” and “Finding Visions for Work and Life.”
Suggestion: print out these articles and cut them into paragraphs. Reflect on one paragraph a day as you take a walk or otherwise go about your daily business.
If your vision includes creating a conscious business or nonprofit organization, check out our inspired business pages. Also search the blog for articles on conscious business.
Pat Sullivan has a gift for helping people to clarifying their visions and find their deepest sense of purpose. Through discussion, diagramming, visualization, and other exercises, she creates a sense of safety and exploration that is both playful and deep. I highly recommend her. Judi Neal, Founder, Association for Spirit at Work
Want focused individual or group help to clarify and build your visions? Call (510) 530-0284 or e-mail email@example.comAll contents © copyright 2012 Pat McHenry Sullivan