Neville Goddard said " Assume you are already that which you seek and your assumption, though false, if sustained, will harden into fact."
When I continued on this weight-loss journey after The Red Color Diet adjustment I assumed I would go on loosing weight, get to my healthiest weight and stay there. I just did a 180 on my attitudes and beliefs around weight-loss. Stepping on the white queen scale just validates what I already know. When I purchased the land above I knew it was a beautiful garden. Below I'll show the ultimate result just before we moved on to a even more beautiful garden.
With both the garden and my weight-loss I "saw" or envisioned what in my heart I knew to be true. With the garden, ( come to think of it my body I'm sure as well) my friends and family - saw a big mess- I saw paradise. With both I worked hard to get to that vision. With both as I get to each vision- new ones appear. In that garden- I dug 1 foot deep of rock hard clay out, put it in my truck and dumped in the swamp- then dug manure from the stables and gin trash from the mill and made those beds. In my next garden I learned to work with the land-plant what would be happy there. Yet still give each rose it's own special worked up spot.
As you've read here I learned that what you put into the journey is what you get. Like my shovel and wheelbarrow I've used my weight loss tools to lay the groundwork for the healthy me I "see" under all the fat others see. So get out your tool box and join me. You can visit my gardens at (www.gingersflowergarden.com) I am revamping the site, but you will find this garden under " My Three Gardens" -" My Suburban Cottage Butterfly Garden portion completed.