“[Visioning] speaks to our hearts, mind, and spirit with a delightful, lyrical, and wise guidance to help us shift from the separated to the divine self that we really are.” ~Barbara Marx Hubbard.
We can create the life of our wildest dreams, a life that serves ourselves and humanity, the life we were born to live. Do you have a great dream but it never gets beyond the dreaming stage? Are you being called to do great work but are frustrated that it’s not happening? Visioning shows you that yes, it’s really true – you are being called to fulfill yourself and better the world at the same time. And you can. By mastering the art of visioning, you can live your dreams. LEARN: How to use the power of the Law to create what you want; the five steps of affirmative prayer; the six steps of visioning; how to strengthen your commitment to your vision; how to set your intention; how to create sacred covenants. Our soul yearns for expression. It’s time to soar.
Ann Crawford is a world-traveling, high-flying, deep-diving, life-loving, award-winning and bestselling author of six books. She has lived "Oh, all over," and right now home looks out on Colorado's Rocky Mountains. She's also an award-winning filmmaker and humanitarian. Ann believes in love at first sight, that good always prevails, and that we're here for those wildwonderfulwayoutthere visions of ours to come alive.
Doing our inner work has often been compared to peeling layers of an onion....just coming back to the same place over and over. But it's not the same place at the same level. And that's what we're here for -- to do our work to give our gift.
Visioning: Creating the Life of Our Dreams and a World That Works for Us All
Yes, this may take the rest of our lives—not at the same level of intense work, of course—but we have a lifetime to go deeper, deeper into the center of our being. The monks in the monasteries go deeper with each meditation, to know themselves better, even after years of continuing the practice. The athlete always reaches for the better time—one one-hundredth of a second can be the critical difference between gold and silver. That’s what we’re here for. But the old issues do get resolved, the scars heal, and the scenery gets better and better. And if an issue resurfaces and we say, “But I’ve been here before!” the Divine is just saying, “Well, you’re here again, aren’t you?” meaning that either the issue has not been resolved yet or it’s time to go even deeper with it to a place of even greater truth and healing.