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Escape Through Visualization

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There is a very important distinction between having a vision as a way of expanding into the abundance of life versus having a vision as a way of getting out of a life that you don’t want.

If I hate where I am in life and I hate what is going on in my life, a vision for more money and better toys may not necessarily address the issue in a way that will result in an abundant life. Instead, if I base my vision of life on a desire to feel connected, well, generous and happy, then my relationship to what is going on right now in life become easier to accept, not out of resignation, but because I see how everything is part of one awesome whole.

Instead of fighting life and trying to make it be something that it isn’t, I start exactly where I am and dwell on the ideas of what it is like to be connected to all life, to feel well, to be generous and to experience happiness.

I practice the idea that everything is in its right place, at the right time, successfully engaged in the right activity – while at the same time I let inspiration from within me guide me into an even greater expression.

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