Envisioning And Attaining An Ideal Scene

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An ideal scene is a desirable future. You should be able to envision an ideal scene and be able to attain it by completing real actions that are actually doable. So an ideal scene is something that should be attainable . You should also be aware that it can evolve when you come close to attaining it.

There are no restrictions or any need for a grand and highly visible result with huge public acclaim. The ideal scene is what happens when you fix the undesirable aspects of your existing scene.

You can change from the existing scene to the ideal scene by following steps that put you more at cause over your life and environment.

The gap between the ideal scene and the existing scene can be very large and there are usually obstacles that appear to prevent a total closure between the two. However, if you approach the problem with skill and determination, it can be done.

Achieving the ideal scene may require homework. You may envision an ideal scene such as a life as a performer, a political activist, or as an entrepreneur, but you will need to achieve some reality on the actions and responsibilities that go with this life in order to have any reality on the preparations you need to be competent in that role.

Achieving an ideal scene always involves taking on responsibilities that you do not have with the existing scene.

An ideal scene is a desirable future. It must be your own ideal scene, not something you do to please someone else.

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Attaining an Ideal Scene:

The first step in achieving this ideal scene is writing down all of the elements that make up this ideal scene.

It is written in no particular order and you will know when you have written enough, because you will immediately feel the need to get into action and make something happen. Your intentions will have gone into alignment and your life will show sudden movement in a better direction.

Some of the elements that usually go into a description of an ideal scene are interactions with the people in your life, your health, your businesses, your attitudes about life, your finances, and you write about them as if they are happening now, not as some future event.

You can even describe your ideal scene as a series of vignettes of life. What happens when you wake up in the morning, how you conclude a successful business transaction, how your friends and family relate to you and how you work together in life. The possibilities are endless, but they should describe life as you envision it happening.

You can do this write up completely on your own and may have done so with great success.

The underlying principal at work when you do this is the alignment of your intentions toward a common objective. A simple narrative description of life as you wish it to be will cause you to look at what you are currently doing in a new way and will enable you to break out of fixed patterns and immediately start changing your life in desirable ways.

Try writing up an ideal scene for some part of your life and see how you get on with making it happen. Just the exercise of writing down what you really want out of life will break things loose and you may find that you are able to make progress in ways you did not expect.

There are many tools available to help you achieve an ideal scene and they will help you align your intentions so that it becomes easier to achieve your goals and live the life you wish to lead.

If you Google “Ideal Scene”, you will get about 118,000,000 hits because there are a lot of people and groups who use this powerful technique to help themselves and others. If you look at some of the imaginative ways people have transformed their lives, you may be inspired to make changes of your own.

If you would like some assistance in achieving your own ideal scene, send me an email. I have been able to help people overcome the barriers that prevent them from achieving ideal scene.

 

6 thoughts on “Envisioning And Attaining An Ideal Scene

  1. D'Anne

    Fabulous. Thank you for this! I hope this is a new blog site where you will be posting frequently. It’s wonderful to find ways to use what we have already learned… rather than to just watch the old Co$ fall apart. ! Right on. Towards a new Ideal Scene for all of us!

  2. Axiom

    WOW! What a great topic and explained so well. This goes right along with “Think for Yourself.” After getting auditing in the C of $, which more or less puts you on a treadmill, this is quite a nice idea. Actually, I never really thought that I was allowed to do that. I was there for the church’s stat, not my own case gain. Funny how something so theta can get so perverted. But really, what a shame.

    Thanks for this David! As I was reading this I realized how suppressed I have been about my own goals. I was trying to be successful. But why? So I could flow more on my bridge in hopes that would somehow “save me.” Now that I am becoming free again, I now realize that it is OK for me to have my own goals and dreams.

    I think the reason I was never able to achieve the financial success that I had hoped for was 1) I was not self determined about why I wanted success. 2) I knew something was wrong with the group I was trying to support. Just couldn’t put my finger on it.

    I can’t wait to start working on my ideal scene; first on paper and then in session. This is such a boost of havingness, you have no idea!

    Thank you so very much for this and all you are doing to keep the tech alive.

  3. David St Lawrence Post author

    Joe, I am glad to see your comments. I have not been monitoring them recently and I have a backlog of replies to acknowledge.

    If you need help on your ideal scene, send me an email and I will be glad to help you in any way that makes sense to you.

  4. David St Lawrence Post author

    Roger, thanks for your encouragement. It has revitalized more people than I expected.

  5. David St Lawrence Post author

    D’Anne, thanks for your comment. I have been busy with other projects for the past month but I will be posting more articles from now on.

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