Monday, August 13, 2007

Vision


Today has been a day of vision...of seeing the paint, and the projects...the path and the steps to get there with both my heart and my eyes! I have finally admitted to myself that I have taken on to many projects! Yes...I admit it! But with that being said I also, have said that I would not take any more on! Now....I just signed on for another one!! So...today, I am REALLY putting into motion how to complete all that is on my list for this month...I know that if I stay true to my vision and I keep a clear mind and heart that all will be completed in record time, and I will be wondering in the end what it was that I was fretting over! Why is it that instead of just getting to work, we fret over the outcome of it before we have even started it?! So, today, I am clear as to what I have to do, and how many days I have to do it in. I am clear that I can take on this other project because it speaks to my soul...This would be my wish for you today...that you too see your path with your heart and your eyes..clearly and with love for your creative self. And my question would be:
WHAT SMALL STEP CAN YOU TAKE TO START TO PUT YOUR VISION INTO MOTION?
Artfully Yours,
Pattie

3 comments:

Lori Pilla said...

Pattie,
I love these latest affirmation pages. They seem so light and airy. And indicating so much growth and growing. I think I can "feel" whats going on for you.

Love it
Lori

Royce Addington: said...

VISION INTO MOTION...

Sitting my buttocks down in the chair behind a keyboard and JUST WRITE...without expectation, without inner critics, without judgement...JUST WRITE and go to that place far far away where imagination and creativity dance together uninhibited under the starry, starry night!

She Who Flies said...

Funny how the creative mind gets excited and refuses to miss out on the fun, so ends up saying Yes! to this, and Yes! to that. But as we trust our creative process we also need to trust that time will sort itself out. Let go of linear time and dive into that flow time creativity thrives on. In that space, all gets done as it should. And when you emerge back into linear time, you'll find that deadlines were easily met. I know, I say Yes! a lot, and all my non-creative work is deadline-driven too :-)