So I was sitting in a Starbucks this morning when I looked over to my right. In the store window was this:
"If your dreams don't scare you, they're not big enough."
I thought--how true and how appropriate--with this new group I'm starting October 5th: Live Your Soul Truth, a Spiritual & Practical Group.
That is just how it feels when you're in genuine soul truth; you're scared and also really excited, and also very energized. It's a great reference point.
I encourage my clients to dream big, not because of greed, but because I see that every single one of us has way more potential to actualize than we're actualizing.
When we're actualizing only a portion of our soul potential, we feel it. We feel like we're limping along, often believing, but without noticing that we're believing, that that is only what we can have and be and feel, and not more than that little amount.
In soul truth, you feel tremendous energy. It's this energy that helps you actualize your vision. But the only way to feel this energy is to allow the full vision, the full potential--not the little your human personality believes it's possible.
I think it's a good practice to consistently ask ourselves to have a larger vision; then we will be approaching what's actually more accurate of what we can be and what we can create and the kind of fulfillment, joy, love, and peace that we can experience.