Linda is a friend and neighbor.
Cisco is her handsome new beau.
This is a very magical post about their coming together.
On April 1st, Linda was chatting about how much she wanted a horse. Actually, she commented on a particular photo of a horse, a horse voted as the most beautiful horse, saying, "I WANT THIS HORSE!" followed by, "I want any horse...one day, one day, one day..."
In a short conversation I invited Linda to set her intention to bring 'her' horse home, to stake her claim.
"If it were only possible," she stated.
Oh my, I couldn't resist, "You dwell in endless possibilities," I told her.
Each of us do, dwell in endless possibilities and potential.
From there we created a vision, a clear vision of her horse. She saw her horse being a Sorrel, she named him Buster and explained why he got his name. Linda envisioned her days with him and then we invoked the feelings and emotion.
With guidance, in a short time Linda created a clearly written vision of what she wanted complete with, "...July 2014 or sooner..." Always set a target date.
I further invited her to be, "...open and receptive..." to her perfect match. This is so important when setting a vision/intention so not to be completely locked into your vision that when the perfect match shows up, it goes missed or neglected because it isn't the 'exact' request.
Let me explain this a little more: Clarity in our vision inspires Universe which in turn sets Universe to conspire with us in bringing about our heart's desires.
(This comes with a warning: be careful what you wish for.)
Desire Inspire Conspire
Linda also said something many of us feel and say ourselves. "...when God finds me worthy of this gift..."
My response, "...divine daughter, you are worthy right now and so is your horse to be with you!"
Let me explain this a little more: We tend to underestimate our worthiness, that we are loved beyond measure, and our purpose is joy. What brings you true joy? Joy, at this time for Linda, was her horse.
So, after Linda created her vision I invited her to read it every day and to feel it with the same excitement and magic as a child feels on Christmas morning.
Sunday evening I received an excited and joy-filled message from Linda, "...read what I typed back in April. Look what happened!! He's not exactly what I had described and I chose a different name, but it happened when I said it would!! Thank you for helping me with this!! He's a Medicine Hat Ovaro Paint and the Native Americans believe they are "magical". I believe it!! He's beautiful!"
Welcome home Cisco!
And so it is magical...