Every time you state what you want or believe, you’re the first to hear it. It’s a message to both you and others about what you think is possible. Don’t put a ceiling on yourself.
Station 2: Appetite
It's easier to focus on what you don't want than on what you do. As soon as you say, "I want that," you throw yourself into a gap. It's there, but you're here. And that's uncomfortable. It's hard to sit with not having what you want; it's easy to want to jump ship. But that would be the wrong choice. Instead see that gap as your playground and create into it.
- What awareness did you gain in Station 1?
- What is the opposite of what you said you don't want in Station 1?
- What is the quality of your desire? Mentally? Spiritually? Emotionally? Physically?
- Where do you imagine your desire is leading you?
- What kind of nourishment are you longing for today?
- "Aha" is just the start of your creating. You steer your success with your attention.
- Don’t just look for the Aha, the Eureka moment. Give your attention to the gap between what-is and what-could-be. Describe how that vague sense of Hunger in Station 1 is becoming more specific. What are you learning about yourself in the discomfort? What does this tell you about what you most want here?
- Once you begin to identify some pieces of what you want, take 20 minutes first thing in the morning tomorrow and ask this question: How will I know I've arrived?
- Describe your vision – what you see – in detail. Write it. Draw it. Record it into your phone. Make notes in present tense, first person as if you have it already.
- Make extra time to expand on your vision in the next seven days.
Check in with your Facebook community or your accountability partner.
Measure your Learning
Describe in detail what you have discovered you truly want. What is your destination? How will you know you're there?