Forging a True Vision:
Shortcut to How to start getting rid of Disappointment

How does reading this benefit You:

  • You (re)empower the trust in life you naturally have
  • Your vision becomes more clear for yourself and it’s get easier for you to change the way people think for the better
  • You get to be recognized for your vision and it becomes easier for you to get others to support your vision or let you go on your own way
  • Considering the Gene Keys, this helps you in the following Spheres from your Hologentic Profile: Evolution, Purpose, Vocation, Pearl

The Story: Forging a True Vision

There was a child who had a dream of building a house. He was at the seaside and started building that house using sand and water. He built it and built it and then the waves came crashing on the small house and leveled it until there was only sand.

Time passed and the child was gifted some Lego pieces. He was a little older and wiser and made a house out of the Lego pieces. One day, being focused on the new puppy he just received, he stumbled upon the Lego house and destroyed it. Of course, he stopped what he was doing, observed the destroyed Lego house and became wiser.

Growing up, the child became an accomplished adult. One day, our ahead of his time adult saw a beautiful hill, very close to the sea side.

And on that hill, the adult had the vision of building the most beautiful and functional castle the world has ever seen.

As time passed, the castle was built and it was a pure reflection of the wise human being that grew up.

The Practical Shortcut: How to start getting rid of Disappointment

How the wise did become the wise in the first place? They got to experience what works and what doesn’t.

Disappointment may come when you take action in order to get something that you want and it doesn’t happen. It’s like walking and falling into a hole in the road. And it may hurt.

You have a built-in wisdom (not everybody has it, but I’m sure you have it because you wouldn’t be reading this if you didn’t!). 

Besides realizing you didn’t get what you wanted, you also learned something else. You fell in that hole in the road and found a precious stone.

That precious stone helped you move forward.

Getting rid of disappointment is keeping all the precious stones you found and washing off the dirt you got by falling in that hole.

You didn’t get what you wanted because the vision you had needed refining. You got first to what doesn’t work, so you know first-hand what really works by further educating yourself.

So how you get rid of disappointment?

You realize everything you went through was the best and easiest way for you to develop yourself, to know what works and what doesn’t and to further continue to shape the world according to your vision. 

Write the most disappointing situations in your life and, for every situation, ask yourself:

  • How did I become better by going through that experience?
  • What real value did I get from that experience?
  • How was my vision improved by that experience?

Formulate the answers so that they really benefit you. For example, instead of learning how not to trust people (or men or women) is in fact, the benefit of having discernment when choosing what kind of relationships you enter into.

After you wrote all the answers, look at how many ways you improved yourself.

What can you do next?

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