You know what you want. It takes an incredible amount of energy to get you from where you are to where you want to be. The moment you have this thought, the universe gets to work to make your dream come true.
God, or the universe, takes your idea from the quiver of life and set your dream into the energetic bow.
You are focused on the target (what you want). Then the master archer pulls back, you can feel yourself moving further and further away from the target. Building the energy required to get you from the bow to deliver you to the target builds as the bow is slowly drawn.
At full draw, you feel like you couldn’t be further from what you want, and you might feel like it’s time to give up and do something else, something more within your reach.
Many people, frustrated with the process routinely dismount, exiting the energetic process.
For those who diligently stay focused during the entire process of the drawing of the bow persist remaining locked into the bow regardless of the feeling of moving away from the target (their dream) trusting in the process in faith.
The master archer continues to draw back on the bow, takes a deep breath, and you’re tempted to feel as though this has been a worthless process. The faithful remain.
Then the universal archer exhales. You’ve come so far, if you can just trust and hang-in-there, even when it doesn’t make any sense. This is your dream, your promise. You hold on, in faith.
The archer releases.
You hear about these people who have trusted the process in the news and the media as being overnight successes, and we cheer. Witnessing this sudden superior flightpath of the arrow precisely securing itself in the target, gives us hope.
We believe, and it is true, that any of us can do it, any one of us can do it.
And you dare to dream. You focus on your target, and God, or the universe, removes your dream from the quiver of life, and sets your arrow into the seat of the bow.
Do you have what it takes to hang on, and fight the odds, your own disbelief, and do what it takes to stay true to the process?
It may take work, a lot of work, time, effort, even blood, sweat, and tears, especially if the amount of energy that must be built up over the drawing of the bow is significant.
It is easy to get discouraged.
Will you be able to maintain the sustenance necessary to withstand the process?
If not, no problem.
The universe still wants to see your dream come to fruition, so if someone else is willing to adopt your dream who is willing to see this thing through, no matter what, they are loaded into the master’s bow.
If they can sustain, they will hit the target.
You can always dream a new dream.
The more you build your strength and commitment to your dream, the longer you can stay in the energy of this process, the better the chance you will be securely in the grip of the master when the grip is released.
You made it.