Law of Vision

by Lara Solara, Dana DaPonte & Marlene Chapman ~

The LAW of VISION states that thoughts crystallize into form in proportion to the clearness and detail of the vision held in mind.

Before your thought can take shape in the physical world, it must be firmly planted in your mind.  The first step to creating a vision is to know what you want.

At first, you may only have a vague idea of what you want.  But the more time you spend exploring what it is that you want, the more detail your vision will develop.  Eventually, your vision will become clear.

Clarity is achieved by returning repeatedly to the same vision.  Each time you return to the same vision, you receive more detail than the time before.

As you explore your ideal, do not be afraid to dream big.  The only limits you will experience are the ones you choose to believe in.

Your essence is limitless, and therefore there are no limits to what you can create.  This law is reminding you to spend time planning your ideal in your mind before trying to make it happen.

Build your vision with as much detail as you can.  Once you have refined your vision, practice holding your attention on your ideal for as long as you can.

Law of Vision

How to Harmonize With This Oracle Card’s Law:

Choose one area of your life you would like to improve.  Visualize what you would like to change.

Next, try to improve upon that vision.  How can you make it even bigger and better? 

Return to your vision each day until you feel you have worked out every detail perfectly.

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Universal Laws Mosaic Magazine

All articles from the Universal Laws of Conscious Creation oracle deck are copyrighted to Lara Solara, Dana DaPonte and Marlene Champman (reprinted with author’s permission).  These soul sisters began their journey together as business partners in 2002 when they opened the first soul spa in western Canada.  There they created and taught a popular manifestation course that became the foundational concept from which these cards originated.  First published:  One House Publishing, 2008.

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