I am still in San Francisco and in a decidedly reflective mood. This happens a lot when I am exploring places. I people watch and nature watch and Lisa watch. I am more observant and this makes me think about where I am headed and where I want to go.
I wonder what 2006 will bring? Or better yet, I wonder what I will bring to 2006. I have mentioned before that I am interested in chaos theory and quantum mechanics including fractals. So I know (believe) that many, many things are possible and that trying to define the exact outcome is a waste of time (although having a goal or a target is important). Many, many outcomes are possible as I sit here in the my hotel room on December 12, 2005. I know that next January, February, March, April, and so on can look and feel many ways.
The $64,000 question (that’s 1.8 million adjusted for inflation) is always, "What can I do that will lead to a great outcome?" Not THE great outcome, because there are many possible great outcomes. I seek a great outcome.
Think of a heat seeking missile. As it shoots out of its bay, it begins heading toward a target. Many times a second, it sends messages with its location to determine if it is on track. The missile hits the target only because it makes 100s of adjustments. It is actually off course many, many times.
If we think about our goals like a missile’s target we just need to be flexible in how things might actually turn out. Human progress is much less precise and more exciting and interesting. But like the missile, we need to send out constant messages to determine if we are on target and we need to make many little adjustments (and maybe a few big ones).
I know that I can manifest many 2006s. It can be mind boggling to think about and accept responsibility for. That’s why I like working with breakthrough technology. The more I learn about it, the more interesting and intricate it gets – in a familiar way. Like a philosophical fractal.