Articulating Your Shared Vision Through A Physical Artifact

  1. The human heart is the strongest generator of both electrical and magnetic fields in the body;
  2. Itโ€™s designed to change the electromagnetic field of our bodies and our world, in response to the feelings and emotions we create; and
  3. The heartโ€™s field radiates about 8 feet around us in all directions and is felt by all those who come into contact with us.
  1. The Divine Seed that youโ€™ve received about your vision contains all the potentiality of your vision within it, in the same way that an acorn contains everything thatโ€™s needed to grow it into an oak tree.
    What kind of seed you have will determine what will grow from it and what fruits it will bear, so youโ€™ll want to be very clear what the Shared Vision is that the agreement you will ultimately form, will pertain to;
  2. The larger and more amorphous the vision, and the more novel the vision is (i.e. the less that the path to it has already been cleared by others in humanity already), the more residual old paradigm energetics the group will need to work through in order to actualize that vision into reality.
    As such, the more specific you can be, the less challenging you will likely make the journey for yourselves;
  3. If youโ€™re working in a group and the desire is for a distribution of ownership, responsibility, and decision making youโ€™ll want to be sure that the vision is truly shared and not just the exciting idea of a compelling and charismatic leader.
    That way if any of the team is choosing to lean out of participating as fully, the other members of the team can stay true to the Shared Vision that everyone is holding.
  • One person may be dreaming of the longer term vision of a whole new world and the kind of community they are living in within itโ€ฆ.
  • Another may be focussed on the medium term and what kind of business(es) they are running, what role(s) they are playing with in it/them and what kind of financial lifestyle thatโ€™s creating for themโ€ฆโ€ฆ
  • Another may be focussed on the intimate relationship(s) they are having in their visionโ€ฆโ€ฆ
  • Another may be focussed on the short term goal and revenue figures they want to generate in the next 12 months.
  1. Being a social media marketing company wasnโ€™t necessarily all of our highest passions, but by having the guided visualization and an artifact that outlined our intention and encapsulated our values, we all still felt intrinsically motivated, focused and aligned around the larger vision; and
  2. The handbook was just the first artifact created in service of the vision of an organisational design model; that handbook then fractaled in our imaginations to larger and larger possibilities, all the way out to that other dimensional reality of the more beautiful world where everyone was embodying the codes of unconditional love, sovereignty and freedom.
    But each of those possibilities nested within one another like a Russian Doll, so they were congruent and as such, energy wasnโ€™t leaking or dispersing away from our Shared Vision or out of our shared energetic field.
  1. Dream big โ€” visualise a final cause, aim or vision, that transcends but includes your individual intentions and the concerns of your ego self;
  2. Then pare that back by as many degrees of magnitude as you need to get to something that you can create now that still expresses the values, principles and designs (insofar as you understand them now) of the larger vision; and then
  3. Create a physical artifact that encapsulates that, such that you can each point to the artifact as a representation (kind of like an MVP) of your larger vision.



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Anna Margolis

Anna Margolis


As a former lawyer, Anna merges material world memories, tales of transformation and embodied experience in articulating the future of collaboration