Inspiring Quotes of the Week...
Commentary by Peter Shepherd
When you're feeling inspired and enthusiastic, and know what to do next, there's no limit to what you can create.
The blocks along the way have a purpose; they give us a moment to get our breath back, to learn from what's happened and to reassess the best path to go forward; and to realize again why we are on this path. Our vision renewed will inspire and energize us.
Believe without doubt and it will happen; that is manifestation. Because you believe, you join in, you do your part, you take responsibility in oneness with life. You embrace the vision with love; and this light exposes your fears as unnecessary, so any doubts are released.
Our vision pulls us toward its fulfillment. It gives us the energy to do whatever's necessary... so anything is possible if we believe in our dream and refuse to let it go.
Dreams are powerful. Robert Fritz describes this power as structural tension, pulling you like a stretched rubber band between your perception of current reality toward your inspired vision. Like an artist is inspired and energized to create the envisioned picture. This is the basis of intention that works, almost irrespective of the state of mind of the creator... Van Gogh's schizophrenia didn't prevent him repeatedly manifesting his vision in reality.
Here’s some further reading on this theme...
As we reach our adult size in terms of global population, we begin shifting from pro-creation to co-creation. We are moving out of the ages where fostering large families was the normal expectation into a time when people are having fewer children or none at all. Instead we are learning to co-create -- to co-operate in creating the future together, a future that can be the paradise this planet was meant to be. We all must join in the task of weaving this vision. Continues...