The Wait for the Germination of My Dream – Week 7

The Wait for the Germination of My Dream

It is so hard to leave things alone and just let the ‘process’ germinate.  So many times I have wanted to ‘help’ things along but end up only making the situation worse.

Abstract Flowering Cherry Tree of Cherries by Vlado Charles Haanel states in the Master Keys 7.27 “We must plant the seed and leave it undisturbed.  This does not mean that we are to sit down and do nothing, by no means; we will do more and better work than we have ever done before, new channels will constantly be provided, new doors will open; all that is necessary is to have an open mind, be ready to act when the time comes.”

The planting of my seed is writing down my Definite Major Purpose (DMP), creating a movie trailer of it, writing a Press Release, creating a Poster, and now recording it to music.  As I do each new task, it is really taking on a new form of life within itself.

During my sits, when I describe my DMP to my brother, everything becomes so real that new ideas start framing in my head that seem so clear and distinct.  When he asks me questions, solutions/answers come so freely.  As we talk, I tell him that it is my earnest desire to see my dream come true…and I am confident that it will come to pass.  I tell him some of the firm demands I have made for myself–Delay Gratification, Dedication, Determination, and Discipline– which is best explained by Mark J, The World’s Laziest Networker.   <iframe src=”http://www.youtube.com/embed/U_UG59J_kqQ” height=”253″ width=”450″ allowfullscreen=”” frameborder=”0″></iframe>

I am excited to see my matured plant and tastes its fruit, but until then I will savor its growth.  As I look back at this time in the future, I will recall my anxiousness and development of self-control as I patiently wait for the germination of my dreams.

 

 

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7 thoughts on “The Wait for the Germination of My Dream – Week 7

  1. Shelly Graham

    Cyndria, thanks for your post! I struggle with patience for the germination process as well. Excited to see the progress you are experiencing and that you are savoring what you have right now! Great post my friend. 🙂

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  2. David Sigler

    You are so right patience , patience , patience . In a microwave society it is the hardest thing to have. Thanks for a great post.

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    1. Cyndria Post author

      I will definitely keep you informed. Thank you for your interest. This is a challenging growth process–mental, spiritual, and physical–for sure.

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