Revisit Your Vision
I have a special New Year's Eve tradition that I practice every year. I spend my evening creating an elaborate and intricately detailed vision board. I begin this dive into my creative flow in the late afternoon and work right up through the countdown to the new year at midnight. I place my completed manifestation masterpiece in a space in my home where I’ll have to look at it every day. This year I took it to another level by taking a picture of it and making it the screensaver and wallpaper on my phone. That must have activated its actualization superpowers, because this year, my vision board has been showing out!
At the center of my board, I have a picture of Oprah looking through binoculars at the year 2020. I thought that section of my board was fulfilled when I shared space with her at her live tour in January, but apparently, my vision board wasn’t finished with me yet. After participating in two weeks of a four-week virtual course that she was teaching, I decided to apply to be one of those people that I saw her interacting with on the screen. Thousands of people watch her from all over the world each week, so I was mentally and emotionally prepared to never get a response. I settled on feeling good about myself for at least trying.
So, imagine my surprise when a few days before her next class, I got an email inviting me to be a part of the virtual studio audience! It reminded me that one of my few regrets in life had been that I never went to see the Oprah Winfrey Show as a guest in her studio audience before it ended. I thought I had missed my chance, but the power of possibility had different plans for me.
Not only was I given the gift of being a member of her virtual studio audience, but they featured me on the large screen holding up my little handmade signs more than once. This exciting experience and the content from the course taught me a few powerful lessons.
Revisit Your Vision.We are right at the midpoint of the year, so this is the perfect time to revisit the vision that you set for yourself at the beginning of this year. We often create goals or a vision board and abandon them after a while. Make these documents living processes that you return to, reflect on, and revise.
Expand Your Perception of What’s Possible. When things come to an end, it’s easy to believe that we’ve missed our chance. We may have reached the end of a scene or a chapter, but that doesn’t mean that the story, the book, or the series is finished. You may simply be wrapping up the first installment of a captivating trilogy or saga in your life.
Meditation is a Meeting with Yourself. Several powerful lessons were taught during the course, but the one that resonated with me most was when Oprah’s guest,Jay Shetty, shared his definition of meditation.Meditation is a meeting with yourself.In a world that’s constantly pulling us, throwing us, and sometimes even dragging us in several different directions at once, it is important to return to ourselves, if only for a moment here and there.
This week I challenge you to revisit your vision. Although what you hoped for may not have come in the package you anticipated, you’d be surprised at how manifestation always finds its way to you.
I am expanding my perception of what is possible.
I am making time for meetings with myself.
I am in close relationship with my vision.
Master Your Mindset to Manifest a Life You Love. Most Sincerely, Monica Marie Jones Your Soul Journey Guide