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You’ve Got The Power

You’ve Got The Power

Stephanie Wilson-Coleman
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November 9, 2017
Inspiration, November 2017
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We have the ability to change our lives, our world, instantly. With a snap of the fingers, we can create a new world, a different and exciting future. This power is one of the many precious gifts given to us by our Creator—the ability to see. Whether or not we are consciously aware of it, we are continuously engaging the power to see, which is constantly bringing forth into manifestation every circumstance we imagine.

Endless possibilities are created through our visionary power. What we are able to see is always what we will get. When challenges appear in your life, do you see good or bad?

Difficulties arise to give us new insights and to show us more ways to express love. Work on making your reaction to any uncertainty one of peace and thanksgiving. These opportunities did not come to destroy, they came to bring a blessing. Stay focused on the goal, not the steps to be taken. We do not see obstacles until we take our eyes off our goals. Constantly use your visionary power to imagine the completion of your goals. Spend your quiet time planning, contemplating and expanding your vision. You get to the top of the ladder one rung at a time, knowing that each step is divinely planned. By

staying focused on the desired result you never lose sight of what is really important.

 

If the circumstances of your life are not as fulfilling, as you want them to be, start to envision a new life. Get specific. Honestly, review your current situation and get busy, right where you are. Start establishing goals. Do not give into the temptation to assess your life by the achievements of others. When we compare our dreams, aspirations, and accomplishments to other individuals, we often feel as if we are not good enough. Our self-esteem suffers because we have lost sight of the truth about ourselves. We are all God powered, engineered for success, designed for greatness. Limited vision begets limited success.

 

This magnificent universe beckons us to new heights by consistently providing new life, new directions, new choices and new paths, all according to our vision. As partners with God, we have a responsibility to use this gift, as Spirit would have us. Creative Mind sees us as perfect beings unencumbered by human frailties. Where there is no vision, the people suffer.

 

I have committed my life to spending quiet, meditative time with the Divine Presence. I talk over with the Divine Mind all of my concerns, being careful to get the questions right. But no matter how centered I am, situations arise that attempt to shake this calmness. Instead of choosing panic or fear, I choose love, and harmony. Immediately, I create a picture of peace, surround the situation and the people involved in God’s light. I then allow the universe to recreate this image. I get back to the business at hand- contemplating the multitude of blessing awaiting my discovery.

 

Living without challenges is not what life is about. How we respond is the key. When you are called up to bat, open your eyes, visualize the home run you are about to make. Swing, let go and let God do the rest.

 

Dream Big! Live the life you’ve imagined. Let the God times roll.

Remember, life is too short to drink cheap champagne.

 

Stephanie Wilson-Coleman

Stephanie Wilson-Coleman

Stephanie lives her inspiration as the founder of The Champagne Connection, Inc. which is dedicated to helping others transform their lives so they may live their dreams. Stephanie is the Host of the television show “A Sip of Inspiration, author of 3 books and the publisher of the online empowerment magazine.

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