I was working on our upcoming personal growth course with Susan and we started talking about endings. I am not sure why, but I have a terrible time with endings. I have come to see this as part of my process-oriented mind. I like to see a project in the process of becoming, and start to shut-down when I think I am at the end. I believe we never really finish anything. Ideas come, take shape, and leave, but I find they come back in new and powerful ways if I allow them to.
My biggest problem with being enamored with the process rather than the product, is that it can be difficult to see things into a form. Ideas come to play and then float on their way. After years of sorting through jumbled notebooks filled with brilliant ideas, I realized I needed a system to organize and anchor these ideas down. Basically a way to not lose them forever. I found that publishing was a wonderful way to do this. Even publishing something like a blog.
Anchors are what become places where ideas hit 3D reality. In creating these anchors for our dreams and ideas, we allow others to participate with us in new and exciting ways.
A suggestion for the process-oriented mind: instead of random journals, use google docs with specific titles. This will spare you the pain of looking for those journals or scraps of paper. If you do write on a paper, you can take a photo and upload it to a folder designated for those ideas.
What do you then want to do with these growing ideas? That is up to you. Starting to create anchors has taken me quite a way in acting meaningfully in the world. If you want to do more with this, you can join our courses. Check them out here: www.consciousnessexplorations.com