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Lynette Anneslia Turner is a Positivoligist™, author (The 10 Be's of Positivity), certified dream teacher with the Robert Moss School of Active Dreaming, a certified Angelspeake™ facilitator and arts management consultant who was raised in Anchorage, Alaska and presently resides in Milford, Connecticut. Also a motivational speaker, she is committed to helping people from all walks of life embrace a path surrounded with light and love, so that they may live a more fulfilled and positive existence.

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Seize the Day!

April/May 2012

Issue No. 32



To bring again into view, especially as a mental image.


The Power of Revisualization


A When was the last time you took some time to think about your life and where you are at this point in time on your journey? Have you taken the time to really think about the degree to which you have accomplished the things you determined are important to you? It may be taking a particular career path or entering into partnerships with people who have the characteristics that make you feel most comfortable. Maybe you have a dream trip you want to take or a volunteer cause you've been meaning to commit to. No matter what the path is for you, it can be tricky to see the vision realized if we don't give ourselves the gift of time to clearly visualize what we want and create some kind of a game plan to accomplish that goal.

Because of my busy schedule, it is sometimes challenging to find the time to clarify, for myself, what I would like to have manifested. For me, I believe that if I don't have clarity, the universe, the powers that be, can't deliver the things I would like to be a part of my life. If I don't have a vision or if that vision is fuzzy, I'm stuck, figuratively and literally.

Well, I do have a picture of my life that I want to see manifested and in living color. Much of what I've envisioned has come to be, but as we go through life, we find ourselves with refined or new dreams. Or as some accomplishments come to fruition, we find room in our life for new adventures. But if I don't take the time to think about how I want to move forward, I don't progress. It's like the little gerbil in a cage running round and round, spinning its wheels. Yeah, I've been there.

For me to best experience "vision clarity", I have to get away from my every day routine and environment. If I stay at home, inevitably I end up doing some task on my home to do list or running some errands or (ye gads) checking my work email, even though I am supposed to be on vacation. With extreme discipline, I can do this exercise at home, but whenever possible, I take a little time away.

I was very fortunate, recently, when a wonderful friend of mine invited me to be part of a women's trip to the Caribbean in celebration of a milestone birthday. A week in a beautiful and spacious villa with time spent lounging at the villa's pool, visiting a number of local beaches and walking around the island was heaven. It was a deeply rich experience to have the opportunity to reconnect with old friends, many that I had not seen in some time (and make a few new ones). This laid back, judgment free, laugh until you're silly experience, was most definitely good for the soul.

This trip provided plenty of time for reflection, for day dreaming, for "revisualization". This precious time is like sitting in front of a blank canvas and seeing pieces of my life come alive. A paintbrush appears and draws what I've been thinking of. With this picture in order, I can move forward with the action steps I need to undertake in order to bring what I desire to me. While the opportunity to do this off-site, away from ringing telephones and other daily routines was a gift, it can be done at home. More times than not, home is where these experience have taken place. It just requires a little discipline and a can-do attitude. This works in whatever environment you choose.

For some time now, I have had a dream (that comes to me in sleep time, as well as in visions when I am awake) of starting a foundation and having a connection to a space that is a nurturing haven for children and adults alike. It expands my current volunteer book-sharing efforts to address literacy issues and provides a safe place for learning; it provides a library rich with books on all religious and spiritual walks of life so those searching have a place to learn; it provides support for the peace-building NGO I currently volunteer for in Central Africa and it offers a wide range of classes and workshops for health and healing. In this space, workshops about working with our angels, connecting with our dreams, drumming and living a life of positivity are the norm. This vision keeps growing stronger, demanding my attention and, therefore, action.

For several weeks now I have been attending a wonderful non-denominational gathering space called ARC Sacred Center in Monroe, Connecticut. During the most recent sharing by Reverend Chris, she talked about "our story"; how each of us has a story. Are we letting go of a story that no longer serves us? Are we living, right now in the present day, the story we are most meant to live? It was one of those "ah ha" moments for me, because I am, in part, living my story, but not to my fullest potential. I am encouraged to give myself permission to move forward in a positive way. One step and one day at a time. While on vacation, with this vision of how I am to move forward very present on my mind (and in my heart), a mission statement came to me, followed by a vision statement and a list of core values connected to this vision. I have some work to do, but at least now I've started down a path of realizing this dream and I'm excited about that.

Have you revisioned your life lately? Are there any changes you'd like to make? What scenario do you step into when you see your best life before you? What you envision may not happen overnight, but by taking the time to articulate for yourself what you want your life to be, you will be on the road to realizing it.



Visualization Quotes

"The first step toward creating an improved future is developing the ability to envision it."
- Unknown

"Visualization is daydreaming with a purpose."
- Bo Bennett

"See things as you would have them be instead of as they are."
- Robert Collier

"Having a vision for your life allows you to live out of hope, rather than out of your fears."
- Stedman Graham

"Nimble thought can jump both sea and land."
- William Shakespeare

"To accomplish great things we must first dream, then visualize, then plan... believe... act!"
- Alfred A. Montapert

"Imagination gives you the picture. Vision gives you the impulse to make the picture your own."
- Robert Collier

"A person can grow only as much as his horizon allows."
- John Powell

"What is now proved was once only imagined."
- William Blake

"Try out your ideas by visualizing them in action."
- David Seabury

"The real trick is to make the moves in your head first, as a way of testing them out."
- Juliene Berk

"You must see your goals clearly and specifically before you can set out for them. Hold them in your mind until they become second nature."
- Les Brown

Free Your Mind From Worries
Embrace Your Ability To Revisualize


Daily Holidays and Celebrations

April 2012
National Humor, Poetry and Pecan Month

April 1st
April Fool's Day
International Fun at Work Day

April 2nd
National Peanut Butter and Jelly Day
Reconciliation Day

April 7th
Caramel Popcorn Day
No Housework Day
World Health Day

April 14th
International Moment of Laughter Day
National Pecan Day

April 20th
Volunteer Recognition Day

April 22nd
National Jelly Bean Day

April 23rd
Take a Chance Day

April 26th
National Pretzel Day

April 28th
Great Poetry Reading Day

Celebrate May 2012


May 1st
May Day
Loyalty Day

May 4th
Renewal Day

May 5th
Cinco de Mayo

May 7th
National Tourism Day

May 8th
National Teachers Day (Tuesday of the first full week of May)

May 11th
Eat What You Want Day
Twilight Zone Day

May 12th
International Nurses Day
Limerick Day

May 13th
Mother's Day

May 14th
Dance Like a Chicken Day

May 15th
National Chocolate Chip Day

May 16th
Love a Tree Day
Wear Purple for Peace Day

May 18th
Visit Your Relatives Day

May 20th
Pick Strawberries Day

May 25th
National Missing Children's Day
Tap Dance Day

May 28th
Memorial Day

May 30th
Water a Flower Day

May 31st
National Macaroon Day


A special thank you to Pat Durner for her help with this newsletter. You are appreciated!

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