When we get our desires crystal-clear, we are harnessing and focusing energy into a smaller area similar to what a magnifying glass or a laser does.
Many of us have played with a magnifying glass, when we were children and harnessed the sun’s rays to a specific point. Some of us may have ignited paper or caused dead grass to burn with this focused energy. Sunlight is a very powerful energy source as it is; and, when you focus its energy, its power intensifies.
On the other hand, if you keep moving the lens around, it won’t have a clear target and, thus, it will lack focus. Consequently, that lens will not be able to ignite anything. When you get clear on what you want to ignite and you place the focus of the lens upon that specific item, it will ignite before too long. This is something that you can see almost immediately.
If you compare different light sources, such as incandescent bulbs to lasers, you will notice that the more focused laser beam can project light a much greater distance. The reason is that lasers can project a condensed beam of light in a concentrated and focused pattern because the light waves are synchronized and the light waves of a laser are emitted with the same wavelength. In other words, there are no conﬂicting waves messing with the intended wave. Have you ever heard someone say, “We are on the same wavelength?” What that means is harmony has been reached between a number of people.
Those people in harmony are able to work more effectively together toward their combined goal because they are on the same wavelength. This means there is no depletion of energy due to multiple, competing or contradicting agendas, magnification of power or dilution of energy. These are the same benefits you can utilize when you develop a crystal-clear vision. Become like a laser. Gather your clarity. Some lasers are quite powerful. You are also powerful and even more potent when you create a clear vision and make a decision to acquire and own it.
In an upcoming article we discuss just how to make this happen. I encourage you to keep reading.