When I’m cooking for someone I visualize how I want them to feel after eating my meal. For a friend who’s feeling under the weather, I picture them feeling warmed and comforted; for a party I envision festive conversation pieces that evoke lightheartedness and laughter; for a birthday I see someone with their eyes closed and making a wish that is deep within their heart.
Having a vision is important for achieving what you want in cooking and in life. If you can’t see what you want, it will be difficult to make it happen. This is especially true if you are one of those multifaceted, talented individuals who can wear many different hats. You go around doing what you’re told you’re good at, getting a pat on the back for it, but it still isn’t enough for you.
I created a “vision board” that hangs in front of my desk to remind me of things I want in my life. It’s a great tool to help you on your journey to living from your true source.