How do you feel while writing your desires, goals, dreams and the vision of your life? Do you feel excited?
First, reflect on what you have written. As you read it, picture vividly in your mind the emotions and the atmosphere as you imagine receiving that wealth; being promoted to your dream position; having to marry the love of your life; holiday on a cruise; have no worry about finances; helping others by creating job opportunities and so on.
There is power in writing by faith. When you go deeper, you could envision by faith. Dream it, desire it and believe in it. Allow these to impregnate in your deep belief system. Create room for it to germinate in your heart, soul and spirit.
It was a few years ago Debbie desired to go on a specific family holiday experience. She posted a picture of a poolside bar on our vision board. She envisioned us enjoy ourselves sitting around the bar in the middle of the swimming pool. Sure enough, at the end of that year, we went on a family vacation, and while we were swimming, her sister ordered some food and drinks for us all to share, and Debbie realized at that moment, her vision became a reality.
It is important to stay focus; to crave for success and filter any doubts that might question your ability to achieve these desires. When you meditate upon these desires, be disciplined in your mind and paint or imagine the best results which you want it to be.
Stay focus and imagine. Be creative while you meditate. Envisioning by faith is one fun thing to do. Sing your vision! Speak your vision! Dance your vision and celebrate it by faith.
One last thing here and that is, never rush to bring forth your vision. If you are not ready do not rush to push your idea across, you might end with a "premature birth". The key is to be patient with yourself. Allow the vision to germinate; to takes its form and shape. Nurturing your vision require time. The Bible says in Habakkuk 2:3 (NKJV) "For the vision is yet for an appointed time, but at the end, it will speak, and it will not lie. Though it tarries, wait for it; because it will surely come, It will not tarry."
Take a few minutes to meditate on your vision. See the details, feel the atmosphere and enjoy being in that moment.