Fantasizing for Fun or for Results?
- the healthy, vitalized, beautiful body that just gets better with age
- my paradise retirement center for senior dogs & other critters
- the 7-figure business that empowers creators everywhere
- the enjoyment of being me in this amazingly beautiful world
I consider it my job as a conscious creator to start my day this way.
It’s practically a daily rule.
But this morning I tuned in “just for fun.”
See, my favorite kitty Elvis was sleeping in next to me and I didn’t want to wake him, so I thought I’d engage visions of success just to entertain myself until he woke up.
And this time I felt the difference in visioning for fun versus as a requirement to start the day.
I could feel the lightness, the playfulness, the hootlessness of seeing my dreams come true for a good time rather than to make them happen.
It reminded me of something my business partner said a while ago to one of our coach students …
… if we think of our visualization time (or scripting time, or acting as if time, whatever we’re doing) as a chore or a job to be done, we’re doing it wrong.
Because it is nothing but fun to fantasize about your favorite thing.
That rang a bell for me. It’s FUN. Not a job. Not work to do. Not a responsibility to be accountable for. But just plain FUN.
Okay, I want to be the kind of fantasizer she is.
Abraham says that engaging your manifesting process with an agenda to make it happen is actually missing the point.
Our manifesting exercise is meant to be enjoyable in and of itself. That’s why we engage it. Not to make it happen so we’ll feel better when it unfolds.
But simply to feel better now.
So if you’ve been doing your manifesting routine as a means to an end (this is me raising my hand) this is a reminder to choose it for fun rather than results.
If we make our manifesting work instead of letting it be manifesting play, we may as well be muggles making it happen through action.
Here’s to fantasizing just for fun!