Creation is Process

“Becoming the observer (step back) you begin to live in process, trusting where our source is taking you. You begin to detach from the outcome. That detachment allows you to stop fighting and allows things to just come to you; you no longer make things happen but allow them to show up. The fight is gone!” ~ Wayne Dyer

Nothing in life has taught me as much about process as creating the Brilliant Powersteachings. It began as a strong inspiration within me. And quickly 25 enthusiastic souls came in for the year long exploration of these powers. Experiencing the transformation with these committed spiritual warriors excited me and I knew there was something here!

I continued exploring and writing about the Brilliant Powers. I practiced them daily. This creation went on and on…writing, editing, working hard, taking space, inspired, tired of it all, going for the goal, surrendering it all, changing, growing and morphing again and again.

My plan was to create a book. Or, so I thought! I didn’t know how a book would engage people in the whole teaching, as transformation isn’t just about reading material, there are actions steps and the process.

I’ve certainly grounded into what process really is through this creation. And, its changed and grown me. I’m clearer than ever that nurturing our dreams into form, whether it is a garden, a new life, a child, a business, a passion or our own evolving nature—is about process.

My Brilliant Powers book has now morphed into a year long on-line study course. After discussing publishing, I’ve made a decision that the best way I can offer this work completely–homework, audio and connection with me, is to make it a study course.

Now, back to my process.  I was scheduled to launch this course by Jan 1 this year–so ready, so tired of all the edits and re-edits. However, in December I had an intervention of sorts, which slowed me down and released my head’s hell-bent notion to make this happen on my time.

I was in my closet and I stepped back, falling against the shelves and tweaking my upper arm. It wasn’t a big deal at the time, I put on my boots and left the house and forgot about it. Yet, my arm and shoulder continued to annoy me…no yoga, no reaching high and a little pain sleeping at night.

What I know about minor accidents is that they are a great nudge to get us to listen up. Listen up Victoria, there is message in this and you better pay attention!

I had to admit I was pushing to make my goal in January, and it obviously wasn’t time. Despite my eagerness to be complete, I had a suspicion that I needed to take the journey to India in February first before launching. And…I can now say, it was true. I grounded in to a new and more integrated place within me on that journey. Challenges I had with launching were now clear.

Learning to trust the process of life is an on-going lesson in allowing and patience.

Thank you fall and thank you arm for pulling me back, slowing me down and offering an opportunity to wait for right timing. Our bodies are such a great teacher.

I’m excited to invite you to take a peak into these teachings and discover if you want to study with me this year. Look for my email in your inbox!In the meantime, why not take a look at your life as a process. Set your intention, put your attention on taking steps toward your goal, and be open to how it all unfolds in perfect timing.

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