I was recently out on business travel for 2 weeks and now that I'm back, I'm feeling the need to quarantine myself to get caught up on what I didn't accomplish. I was starting to feel a bit overwhelmed and knew that I needed to approach this sensibly. I started out by writing things down and just this one act, really helped to get the clutter out of my mind and into a more manageable format.
Once I did that, it was clear to see that I had a big task ahead of me, but it wasn't insurmountable. It started out with the first step and forward progress.
I was reminded of how Dr. Kim writes about persistence in her first book, Seven Steps to Inner Power. Dr. Kim writes: "The practice of creative visualization is not idle day dreaming or wishful thinking. Yes, you could say that it's like dreaming, but it's more than that. It is focused imagining, with the power of your will and persistence behind it. It is an immaterial activity that takes form as a mental image, then as a material image."
I was able to apply this concept to my feeling of being under a big pile of paperwork that was about to fall over on top of me. I used focused imaging to visualize accomplishing my tasks timely and peacefully. This immaterial activity took form as a material list for me to focus on and then attack with vigor!
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