Envisoning vs. Visions



  • Hello Everyone!

    I hope everyone is having a good, safe and prosperous week. I was thinking about this on the way back to work from lunch. I was thinking about something that's been on my mind and suddenly an image appeared and it was much more detailed than my other imaginings.

    I was wondering how one can tell the difference from envisoning something and having a vision? I looked up envisoning in the dictionary and it said: to picture to oneself. It just seemed like something that came TO me as opposed to my brain visually assembling something I'd been thinking about.

    Any thoughts would greatly be appreciated.

    CoffeeGem



  • Your answer is easier than you realize! In fact if you read your own words you will see you already described the difference accurately. The image "coming to you" is a surprise gift--gifts come TO YOU-- and in your words "to picture oneself" is an act of effort on your part. To envision takes work--it is a consciouse descision to create or manifest with focused energy. It's more like work!


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