April 25, 2012
Personal dreams begin as a collage of wispy feelings, flashing images, and fluttery hope; it all starts before we recognize it’s happening for us. As the delicate layers build, we begin to see a picture of possible plans for our future. That’s when we start planting seeds, dreaming of a garden that will bring a new kind of beauty to our life. This is when we actively connect to the energy that will shape the outcome.
As we plant those seeds of change and growth, our intention becomes more vivid. The swirl of energy begins to form a pattern. We begin to see which flowers of action seem to fit. Like a trip to the nursery, we load up our to-do list with a variety of colorful choices, letting enthusiasm guide us.
Doing our best, we plant, water, and nurture the activities around our dream, believing each one will thrive and become a part of the garden we envision. Time shows us some will grow beyond our wildest expectations while others will languish. I think this is when we are guided by the larger, knowing grid of energy.
When our dream becomes visual, it also becomes limited by our experience and imagination. The Universe and our personal spirit have a broader view, distant connections, and a link to our life purpose. Though we are inclined to make every endeavor grow until it becomes fertile, we are served by paying attention to what does not naturally thrive.
Not every idea, inspiration, and intention is best for the ultimate potential of our dream. Like foliage that needs a different climate than found in our dream garden, we are served by letting them go. When the energy we put into something withers, it is our invitation to turn toward those fields of possibilities that find our personal dream fertile grounds for growing.
Notes along the way… Jeanne McElvaney
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