"The way you create any outcome in your life is to hold the vision of your deepest desires. At the same time, though, you must honestly and accurately assess your current situation and how it relates to your greater vision....
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"...the vital question of the creative process: ‘What do I want to create?'" ~ Robert Fritz from The Path of Least Resistance "What do I want?" That, my friend, is one of the most important questions we can ever ask...
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When you inhabit any of these three roles, youâ€™re reacting to fear of victimhood, loss of control, or loss of purpose. Youâ€™re always looking outside yourself, to the people and circumstances of life, for a sense of safety, security, and sanity.
One of the fundamental differences between the Victim Orientation and this one [Creator] is where you put your focus of attentionâ€¦For Victims, the focus is always on what they donâ€™t want: the problems that seem constantly to multiply in their lives. They donâ€™t want the person, condition, or circumstance they consider their Persecutor, and they donâ€™t want the fear that leads to fight, flee or freeze reactions, either. Creators, on the other hand, place their focus on what they do want. Doing this, Creators still face and solve problems in the course of creating outcomes they want, but their focus remains fixed on their ultimate vision.
Some of the steps you take may end up being detours or out-and-out mistakes. By staying focused on your vision, though, youâ€™ll find even those steps useful in the creating process.