Zap Oracle Card # - © Jonathan Zap
text and photo © Jonathan Zap
To ground this in practicality — is there a “big dream” you’ve had but are now neglecting? If the big dream is truly connected to your promise, you need to fulfill it. A good rule of thumb for fulfilling your big dream is that, at a minimum, any big dream needs at least two hours of focused work every day. Two-hour-plus blocks of time are hard to find. My answer is to get up early in the morning and do the high-value work before the distractions of the day set in and the low-value mechanical tasks take over. The big dream is not necessarily a creative or artistic task, it could be anything that fulfills your soul — friendship, raising children, gardening — only you know what your big dreams are.
Consider this a propitious time to fulfill the promise of your youth.
The Path of the Numinous…
and for dealing with the mechanical and practical obstacles to the creative path see:
Mechanical Resistance Matrix