Fog has a way of clouding our vision. For me, that foggy vision has kept me from clarifying what I really want. With an unclear vision, my mind is like the right of this picture — the density of the fog hides what lies beyond. As the fog clears, so does your vision.
Today take a minute to envision one thing you really want. Then imagine your dream has come true. Let’s say you want an afternoon off, close your eyes and see what you’d do with the time off. Feel the gratitude for the freedom to do what you really want to do for an hour or so. If you’re time off includes an outdoor voyage, smell the freshness of the air, the pine trees or the flowers. If you’d like to go shopping, picture the hustle and bustle of the other shoppers and the smells from some of the shops you pass by.
Tap into all five of your sense as you imagine what you want. See it. Hear it. Smell it (remember that new car smell if you want a Mercedes). Taste it, even if its a cool, refreshing glass of water. Touch it.
Replay this minute each day and let me know what happens next week.
Right now I’m envisioning a clean desk. It occurs on occasion but then the clutter reappears. Why are some things so temperamental? Maybe I should envision a new desk! 🙂