Sivan Einav

EXPRESS YOUR UNIQUENESS​

Why do so many of us find it difficult to express our vision?

In order to understand what it means to express your vision, we must revisit the very definition of this word. “Vision” is defined in Webster’s dictionary as: a thought, concept, or object formed by the imagination; a manifestation to the senses of something immaterial; or a mode of seeing or conceiving.

A true visionary knows that the vision is not his or hers to control; rather, it is a gift that needs to be nurtured and shared with the world. In other words, we must move from a narrow space of self-gratification to the more noble cause of helping others. True vision comes from above, and arrives when we are in the state of mind to receive it.

Why do so many of us find it difficult
to express our vision?

WHY DO SO MANY OF US FIND IT DIFFICULT TO EXPRESS OUR VISION? ​

In order to understand what it means to express your vision, we must revisit the very definition of this word. “Vision” is defined in Webster’s dictionary as: a thought, concept, or object formed by the imagination; a manifestation to the senses of something immaterial; or a mode of seeing or conceiving.

A true visionary knows that the vision
is not his or hers to control; rather, it is a gift that needs to be nurtured and shared with the world. In other words, we must move from a narrow space of self-gratification to the more noble cause of helping others. True vision comes from above, and arrives when we are in the state of mind to receive it.

The Creative Force seeks to express itself through different people, hence different visions. We each benefit from the fruits of one another’s visions, and that collective consciousness is the spiritual definition of the “Garden of Eden,” or paradise. We are the vessels of co-creation, and each of us has the ability to enhance the quality of the lives of those around us. Leaving a mark doesn’t necessarily translate to material reward or recognition, though it can express itself this way. At its core, the desire to leave a mark arises from the human need for connection with the energy of Creation .

We all have the ability to be visionaries, but some are more readily able to turn their visions into reality. If all of us manifested our authentic visions, there would be an enhanced ability to coexist peacefully. In Hebrew, the word siman (Letters: Samech, Yod, Mem, and Nun) translates to “mark.” When the order of the Hebrew letters are rearranged, we discover the permutation nisim, which means “miracles and wonders. Behind every vision, there is magic. It is your right to tap into this magic.

The Creative Force seeks to express itself through different people, hence different visions. We each benefit from the fruits of one another’s visions, and that collective consciousness is the spiritual definition of the “Garden of Eden,” or paradise. We are the vessels of co-creation, and each of us has the ability to enhance the quality of the lives of those around us. Leaving a mark doesn’t necessarily translate to material reward or recognition, though it can express itself this way. At its core, the desire to leave a mark arises from the human need for connection with the energy of Creation.

We all have the ability to be visionaries, but some are more readily able to turn their visions into reality. If all of us manifested our authentic visions, there would be an enhanced ability to coexist peacefully. In Hebrew, the word siman (Letters: Samech, Yod, Mem, and Nun) translates to “mark.” When the order of the Hebrew letters are rearranged, we discover the permutation nisim, which means “miracles and wonders.” Behind every vision, there is magic. It is your right to tap into this magic.

In Kabbalah, there is a concept called Yishuv Olam, or “settling the world.” ​Giving birth to a vision requires to you to do so without depleting the resources around you, whether it’s money, time, people, or the Earth. When we think about manifesting a vision in this way, then the element of competition with others is removed. We are living our own authentic visions, and like drops of water in an ocean, we are all necessary components of a larger purpose. It’s win-win. We are all custodians of gifts from the Creator and we need to pay it forward.
In Kabbalah, there is a concept called Yishuv Olam, or “settling the world.” Giving birth to a vision requires to you to do so without depleting the resources around you, whether it’s money, time, people, or the Earth.
When we think about manifesting a vision in this way, then the element of competition with others is removed. We are living our own authentic visions, and like drops of water in an ocean, we are all necessary components of a larger purpose. It’s win-win. We are all custodians of gifts from the Creator and we need to pay it forward.

Whether you lack clarity about your vision, or are struggling to make an impact with others, the solution lies in creating a meditative space to attract your vision. Together, we will cultivate this space of open-mindedness and receptivity, allowing you to express your vision and leave a mark.

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Whether you lack clarity about your vision, or are struggling to make an impact with others, the solution lies in creating a meditative space to attract your vision. Together, we will cultivate this space of open-mindedness and receptivity, allowing you to express your vision and leave a mark.

Schedule a
coaching session

Ready to take the next steps?
Schedule your 45-minute coaching session with me today!