I often work with people who want something…a new car…a job…a relationship…a happy life…financial freedom…etc. For the purposes of this post I will use the “relationship” scenario as we move forward. After telling me what it is they want (or think they want) I will ask a follow up question. Here is often how the conversation will begin,
“What do you want?”
“What kind of relationship?”
“A great one?”
“What does a ‘great one’ look like?”
Then I will launch into detail questions:
Relationship with a man or a woman? Friendship or romance? Short or tall? Talker or listener? Bold or reserved? How do you want them to treat you? What activities do you want to do together? What do you want them to look like? Are you concerned about their financial well being? Do you want someone with kids or no kids? etc. etc. Getting into the details can be scary. Often it is safer to be vague because then we think we won’t be disappointed. However, for how long have you been hiding in being vague all the while feeling the longing? Being specific supports you in getting what you want. You get to be clear on what you are looking for. Your community gets to be clear on what you want. The Universe gets to be clear on how to support you.
If you don’t even know the details of what you are looking for, what you want, then how on earth are you going to go about creating it for yourself? Give yourself the opportunity to sit down and get very specific about what it is you want to create, immerse yourself in the details. I invite you to even find a soft piece of music (with no lyrics) and play it as you get into a comfortable position and then allow your mind and your spirit to delve into the vision of what you want. See it. Smell it. Hear it. Feel it. Taste it. Really allow all of your senses to engage so that you can truly experience each detail of what you want. When you feel complete then immediately begin to journal about what you experienced.
Then, create a list, create some affirmations and take action!