Exercise 4 (pg. 34) Pick a color
I am purple. I am beautiful, cozy, peaceful, joyful and happiness. I am strong yet soft, peaceful, wise, and spiritual.
Exercise 5 (pg. 35) The private-eye game
Snoop around your house or room as if you were a private detective. You are trying to who lives there from what is revealed in the house.
- mixed-matched furniture: 2 brown couches, black gray chair, black beanbag, 1 black side table, 1 black mantle, 2 black bookshelves, black and glass tv stand, tv, ps3
- mantle contains pictures of children
- bookshelf full of books: philosophy, ASL, plays/playwrights, fantasy/scifi, textbooks, manga, crafts
- bookshelf full of games, movies, workout videos and tv shows: comedies, horror, action, anime, scifi/fantasy, rpg’s
- fairly clean – baby rocker, shoes, baby clothes and toys laid about
This person has various interests dealing with arts. They love entertainment of all kinds. They have kids, according to the pictures and the other objects.
Exercise 6 (pg. 41) Seeing yourself as others see you
Continue reading “Wishcraft: Chapter Three”
Yes or No (pg. 15)
- Were you treated as though you had a unique kind of genius that was loved and respected?
- Were you told that you could do and be anything you wanted – and that you’d be loved and admired no matter what it was?
- Were you given real help and encouragement in finding out what you wanted to do – and how to do it?
- Were you encouraged to explore all your own talents and interests even if they changed from day to day?
- Were you allowed to complain when the going got rough and given sympathy instead of being told to quit? Were you allowed to complain when the going got rough? Were you given sympathy instead of being told to quit?
- Were you bailed out when you got in over your head – without reproach?
- Were you surrounded by winners who were pleased when you won?
Exercise 3 (pg. 24) What you might have been
Continue reading “Wishcraft: Chapter Two”
My family (my mom, sister and husband) and I have decided to read a book called Wishcraft: How to Get What You Really Want by Barbara Sher and follow the activities presented chapter by chapter. My mom and my sister have made this a weekly thing and because I have a three month old son, I’m a little late to the game.
I’ve decided that I’ll post my answers to the questions asked on here as I complete each chapter. I am doing this for one reason, to document my journey to finding what I want – my true calling.
Exercise 2 (pg. 10)
- What especially attracted and fascinated you when you were a child?
- fantasy worlds such as cartoons, mythology, and my imagination
- What sense-sight, hearing, touch-did you live most through, or did you enjoy them all equally?
- What did you love to do, or to daydream about, no matter how “silly” or unimportant it may seem to you now? What were the secret fantasies and games that you never told anybody about?
- traveling, characters, scenarios
- Does it feel like there’s still a part of you that loves those things?
- What talents or abilities might those early interests and dreams point to?
- writing – short stories, novel, screenplay, graphic novel/comic script -, acting,
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