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Think BIG - Dream BIGGER to Manifest Your Life

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Hello, Friend,

I am a big fan of Barry Goss's work.  He and his wife, Heather
Vale, do some great teaching in the metaphysical and self-growth
arena.  This article shares Barry's concept of becoming a "vivid
visionary" to achieve success.

Enjoy and many blessings -- Ron


Think BIG - Dream BIGGER to Manifest Your Life
Barry Goss

There is the story of the kindergarten teacher who asks a child
what she is drawing. "I'm drawing a picture of God," the child
replies. "But, sweetheart," says the teacher, "no one knows
what God looks like." They will in a minute!" says the child.

Now, that is a perfect example of Thinking BIG !!

Big Thinkers possess this childlike faith. Not a childish faith
that lacks maturity and understanding, but an attitude of deep
faith in themselves. If you are a big thinker, you have an inner
voice that asks "why not" and "what if" and you're in tune with
your own skills, talents, and abilities to SEE the unseen or
create the uncreatable.

Here's another example of a Big Thinker:

The Italian sculptor Agostino d'Antonio worked diligently on a
large piece of marble. Unable to produce his desired masterpiece,
he lamented, "I can do nothing with it." Other sculptors also worked
this difficult piece of marble, but to no avail. Michelangelo discovered
the stone and visualized the possibilities in it. His "I-can-make-it-happen"
attitude resulted in one of the world's masterpieces - the statue of David.

Yes, sometimes, all it takes is to have unstoppable belief and high-faith
in your own creative talents to turn your imagination into reality.

But, if thinking big is all it takes, by now, wouldn't we already have a
world full of people steadfastly achieving their goals and bringing
major accomplishments into their life?

Let's look at an example of a Big Dreamer first; then maybe I can shed
some more light on the question above.

There is the story of Ray Kinsella (played by Kevin Costner) who hears
an ethereal message ("If you build it, they / He will come") that inspires
him to construct a baseball diamond in the middle of his Iowa cornfield -
with the promise that the ghosts of famous baseball players will inhabit
it for games at night.

Ray heard his inner voice (let's just say his connection to source or his
higher-self), believed in the possibilities (however far beyond obvious),
talked about it with intention, clarity, and passion. He took action on
his inner promptings, regardless of how nonsensical they seemed at the time.

One of the manifesting mentors I interviewed basically told me everything
in the world is suggestion - just one step away from a dream.

Life is indeed a dream and the producers of
Field of Dreams make
this point during a scene where Ray's father (John) asked:

"Is this heaven?"

Ray Kinsella: No - it's Iowa.
John: I could have sworn it was heaven.
Ray: Is there a heaven?
John: Oh, yeah. It's the place where dreams come true.
(Ray looks around, seeing his wife playing with their daughter on the porch.)
Ray: Maybe this is heaven.

Yes, Big Dreamers - just like Big Thinkers - find it easy to believe
that all things are possible, and that life can be as passionate, pure
and invigorating as fresh-cut outfield grass. However, oftentimes,
this is where to two similarities end. For instance, to me, the movie

Field of Dreams isn't so much a story of a possibility-thinking farmer,
searching for boyish excitement in his life, as much as it is a story
about TRUST and the power of VISION mixed into the manifesting process.

A bonafide Big Dreamer is somebody who is what I like to call a
Vivid Visionary. Just like Ray, they have a personally compelling
belief in the "inner voice" that prompts them along to take the little
steps that eventually lead to bigger steps, unleashing the power of
manifestation in their life.

And that power basically says: whatever it is you think constantly about,
feel good about when talking about it, or become immersed in with
unwavering emotion and focus, will become evident for you - not only
to your own senses but to those around you who were involved while
you took that first small step.

Sure, we all know the movie was fiction - a fantasy film, based on
W. P. Kinsella's 1982 novel "Shoeless Joe" - however, when you watch
the progression of Kevin Costner's character (Ray), from the first few
dismissals' of his inner voice to his KNOWING that he was personally
responsible for turning his vision into reality, you get to see a Vivid
Visionary in the making.

My friend Dr. Michael Norwood, defines vision like this:

"A Vision has many components. It may start off as a goal, a mission
or even a dream. However, whereas the goal, mission and dream describe
something one accomplishes, a Vision is something one becomes."

The question was once asked of a highly successful businessman: "How
have you done so much in your lifetime?"

He replied, "I have dreamed. I have turned my mind loose to imagine what
I wanted to do. Then I have gone to bed and thought about my dreams. In the
night I dreamt about my dreams and turned then into my Vision. And when
I awoke in the morning, I envisioned my day - I knew what action that I needed
to employ to help me pull in the resources and people to support my Vision and
make it a reality."

Personal Accountability Check - How many of you reading this truly spend at
least 15-minutes a night imagining what you want in your mind, energizing it with
feeling (i.e., putting yourself in the picture versus looking at the picture screen from
the auditorium), and then affirming it mentally when you wake up?

Come on - be honest !

One of the Manifesting Mentors I interviewed told me emphatically:

"Just 15 minutes of creative visualization a day can change you life in unimaginable
ways. It's just that most people don't believe in their own imagination".

Read that twice. Three times, if you want to.

There's incredible wisdom and stinging truth in that statement.

More so than just personal confidence, big picture thinking, or being an idea-driven
person, being a Big Dreamer is all about taking your wants to sleep, thinking constantly
about them, talking about them, planning them with focus, and adding all the spices
to your dreams that will give you the realization of actually manifesting your dreams -
bigger, better, and faster than ever.

The ability to image, and the ability to expect what we dream about to come true,
are two of the finest qualities of being a human being. Together, with belief in our
own reality-creating power, we can truly be a Vivid Visionary. As Woodrow
Wilson, 28th President of the U.S., said: "We grow great by dreams. All big
men are dreamers."

So, dream on - but, add some ACTION (without it, you're just a Big Thinker),
sprinkle in some FOCUS (think about your dreams / desires enough to bring
them into consistent awareness), and top them off with TRUST (that you will,
without question, always get exactly what you ask for).

You truly are the one who STARTS it all - from day dream, to night dream, to
living out your dream - regardless of how outside of you it may SEEM!

I'll leave you with one final quote / scene from
Field of Dreams . [ On wondering
who the voice was - telling him "If You Build It, He / They Will Come" ]

Ray Kinsella: What are you grinning at, you ghost?
Shoeless Joe: "If you build it -" (gestures toward catcher, who is Ray's father,
John Kinsella) "- he will come."

Ray : It was you?

Shoeless Joe: No, Ray. It was you.


Barry Goss is the author of the acclaimed Manifesting Mindset.  His latest venture
is the
Renegade Growth Pak which illustrates his view of contrarian thinking to
achieve success.  From asking the questions very few dare touch to being fascinated
by the authors, coaches, healers, and spiritual gurus who do things in a seemingly
'magical way', Barry has dedicated his life to connecting with these the world's top
manifesting mentors and sharing their secrets, techniques, and strategies with you.

More about the Renegade Growth Pak here:


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