You cannot passionately imagine trying something new without taking action on it. Don’t fool yourself. I used to think if I vividly imagined myself succeeding at something new (like playing the trumpet in the symphony orchestra), this would be enough. I did not increase my trumpet practicing time; I simply assumed ‘the passion’ owed me a favor.
What I always am BE-ing is what I am always passionate about. When I was secretly passionate about ‘wishing and hoping’ (thinking the energy of wishing was enough to make my dreams come true), I continued to do what I always did… and inevitably always got what I always got. The wishes did not come true.
We can never comprehend how the four interactive forces of creations work – gravity, electromagnetism, strong nuclear interaction, weak nuclear interaction – but we can tap into them so they go to work for us. What does it take? It takes the energy current of passionate desire backed with action.
‘I AM’… is all there is to you. Be passionate about the ‘I AM’ that you choose to be. You are being passionate about the ‘I AM’ that you currently are… or you would not wake up to it every morning!
‘I AM’ is your direct choice. No one can decide the ‘I AM’ that you are. Take this seriously. I had to totally recreate a brand new version of my unique infinity in order to live in a bright new world of possibility.
A willingness to learn from this blog will help you develop a talent for celestial inspiration (that will guide you to the right and perfect ‘I AM’ for you). Don’t listen to the world’s advice, it will inevitably lead you astray.
- What qualities of character would you like to exude with your personality?
- What talents would you like to hone?
- What project would you like to begin, if you were the ‘I AM’ that you desire to be?
If you can imagine these qualities and talents … and if you can envision a new world to live in – then they are available to you. YOU CANNOT IMAGINE BEYOND YOUR CAPACITY TO CREATE!!!
Don’t be shy… share your truth so that you and others (who read your comment) might grow.
PS… I never became more than a mediocre trumpet player because I relied on ‘wishing and hoping’… and it disappointed me. Growth occurs when we no longer support ideas that hamper it.
If you want to develop personal passion, consider purchasing my book, 180.
We have started a new “Best Comments of the Week” feature on our homepage. Our way of saying thank you for all of your contributions that enhance this blog and enrich our readers. This weeks winners are Tess Marshall from the “Bold Life” and Marion from “The Second Half of My Life.” See their comments here.
Be sure to check out my interview with Tess Marshall on her amazing blog The Bold Life; a delicious and juicy mix of inspiration, spirituality and personal development.