May 28, 2012 by Sarah
I’ve been über excited over the past couple of days because my play project is finally turning into something tangible that I can see and share. I’ve found it really hard during my 30 Day Challenge not being able to clearly see (or guarantee) the end result of my play project. I found I wanted the answers to all my questions plotted out before I started. I wanted to review the facts before I could trust the process. Bottom line, I wanted to see the end result before I would believe.
As time has gone on I’ve realised it doesn’t work that way. I’ve come to trust that I don’t need all the answers to my questions before starting out. And I’ve come to realise that just because I can’t see a tangible and polished result in front of me right now doesn’t mean it’s not there — I just need time to let it come to me. Or as Dr Robert Anthony so eloquently put it…
“When you understand that it is your belief or faith in your ability to create that determines your results, you are then able to go out and accomplish tasks that other people think are impossible. You simply set your sights on what you want and then allow the information that will enable you to go out and create it without stress and without effort to come through. The reality is that whatever you are looking for is, at the same time, looking for you. It all starts with believing before seeing.”