Emerge-and-See Your Unlimited Potential!

Awaken through crisis.

The call at 2 in the morning from a friend in need, the news of the death of a close relative, your child’s first fever, your stocks plummeting, the car accident you narrowly escape from, 9-11.

If “Emergencies” was a word on the old game show $25,000 Pyramid. The player describing the word “emergencies” might say, “things that would never wish to happen and require your immediate attention.”

Immediate Attention. That’s the key isn’t it? As if attention wasn’t enough, emergencies require immediacy in regards to time, urgency, and space, closeness.

This combination of attention and immediacy raises us to a greater awareness. We have more energy. Our senses become acute. We act rather than react. We are decisive and find little time for emotion. We are more present and than we’ve ever been.

What can we learn from these unwanted events?

Through emergencies we are given a glimpse of our fullest potential. – gruberism

Our Potential, or latent nature, is waiting for us to call it to attention at a moment’s notice. We are capable of the greatest imaginable things. It is only a matter of awareness of this potential that keeps us from being, becoming and creating those things we so desire.

Emerge-and-See!

Emerge-and-see, you have everything you need within you.

Copyright 2007 Rob Gruber iwishicouldtellyou.com i wish i could tell you

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One response to “Emerge-and-See Your Unlimited Potential!

  1. Oh, this is a lovely post! I don’t know how you found me but I’m so glad you did…I’ve added you to my blogroll so I can come here often and be refreshed.

    Unfortunately, for me it has been true that much of my character development has been done in the trenches of “emergency” or “crises” or some other stretching event.

    I’d like to be done with that now! LOL 🙂 My affirmation for the last year or so has been this: “I learn easily and effortly in joyful ways,”

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