Valerie Rutherford (fireflys_locket) wrote,
Valerie Rutherford
fireflys_locket

Visioning Happiness

Part of the end of the ~ing journey (if there really was an end at all) is manifesting your desires by asking the universe for help and knowing your dreams are on their way. For the visioning, I made a virtual poster-board in Photoshop and covered it in images that made me think of my most precious dreams. When it came to finding Morgan, I used pictures from The Sims 3. I looked through most of the sims pictures I had, and though I'd normally prefer Sims 2 pictures, something about one of these pictures was special.



This picture - taken right after Morgan proposed - has me smiling at Morgan in a way that seems to me like I feel happy and secure in the fact that he loves me. That is what I want more than anything. I don't need a big house or a fancy wedding. This picture shows how I want to feel. Which is, apparently, the most important part of Visioning.

So, now, it's time for me to say "goodbye" to ~ing (and by that I mean the book). And actually, I'll probably look to it for help again. I'll certainly need it. For me to stay positive for any length of time would be a miracle. But that's what I've been taught to expect and ask for: miracles. I didn't think I could get anything from this journey, but thank you, Gabby. You proved Vanessa wrong.
Tags: books, morgan, spirituality, vanessa
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