Terri Savelle Foy of Terri.com was on the tube talking over goals, and it was becoming plain to me that I was not focusing for one thing, and not really sticking to my goals. I tend to try big goals, but like others I will get discouraged easily and then abandon the whole thing, leaving behind chaos. Things weren't coming together. So clearly, I had some redefining to do.
So Terri came up with this thing about "calling your shot" like Babe Ruth pointing to the upper deck, where you say what you want for later, as if declaring where you are going to be, as if commanding it of all reality. I wouldn't criticize Terri, but rather tailor her teachings more for a more modest life, where I don't feel I need a whole plethora of changes, but maybe a few adjustments here and there. My dreams are not so grand, in the final analysis, so I don't feel I have to do any earth shaking effort to re-jigger myself for success.
Terri used, as pictured above, Isaiah 46:10, which is the words of God, and remembering that we are God-breathed little urchin offspring of the most High, we have a shade of him in us. We have a spark-piece of that sun-drenched radiant glory that is God, Himself. So, I think she is arguing, do each of us not have a piece of that authority, with us being able to literally command before all nature, before all reality, our future intentions?
Anyway. It comes to me that I need to re-jigger myself. More on that later.
In the meantime, declare those goals. Bend your arms.