In the movie, “The Secret,” Jack Canfield all but promises us that the practice of taking even just a few steps in the direction we are wanting to go will make a difference in our lives. Even if we are moving only a few hundred feet at a time towards our targeted reality stream. This is great wisdom.
We might not take giants steps in every moment. But if we are traveling just a few yards each day, eventually, we will get to where we are wanting to be. No matter the style of car we are driving, how many stops we make or how many bumps appear to be in the road. Why is this not a problem? Because time is not linear and what we are observing can change in a nanosecond – even sometimes occurring in such a way that it seems we are emerging into our new reality much ‘earlier’ than we ever imagined was possible. So no matter what the terrain looks like outside [to ourselves or others], if we have our headlights pointed in a specified direction the world has no choice but to bring us to our destination. As we roll towards the dream, accompanied by intention and inspired actions, it comes to us – it must – because not only are we the awareness-of-being manifesting as the human being that we are – but we are also, at the same time, manifesting as the world we observe and experience ourselves living in. And all of this is only a diminutive sampling of who and what we are really becoming.