A Michael Beckwith Process for Spiritual Growth


When your thoughts and actions begin to align with the imperatives of your soul, you enroll the full support of the Universe. Unimagined possibilities begin to open up as you synchronize with the Divine.
“Magnetically call in the future (and the present) you desire and manifest according to your soul’s calling”

Michael Bernard Beckwith

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Visioning is allowing.  Visualizing is willpower.

Visioning creates space.  Visualizing confines space.

Visioning collaborates.  Visualization is individual imprinting.

Visioning is subconscious.  Visualizing is conscious.

Visioning is divine.  Visualizing is ego.


Experience co-creation with Spirit and know that you are in the right place at the right time, being guided to your highest intention and potential.



What is Visioning?

Excerpts from Michael Beckwith


Perhaps you’ve felt it in a moment of deep connection with nature, during meditation or prayer, or while effortlessly doing something “in the zone”: that unmistakable sense that a power larger than yourself works through you. According to Michael Bernard Beckwith, this is nothing less than the evolutionary impulse of the universe that awaits your conscious realization of its individualized expression as your life.

The dynamic power of visioning as a way of discovering direction and clarity regarding life goals or a current project, comes from its reliance upon the inner knower, the deep self within each of us, always available and ever responsive when we call upon it.


Q: What is the difference between visioning and the technique of visualization?

Visualization is a beginning phase in metaphysics in which we mentally conceive of something we want. We imagine doing it or having it and we generate the feelings that would accompany the experience. Visualization involves having an idea of what we want to accomplish or how we want to live our life, then imaging that goal as already achieved and establishing the necessary mental and emotional vibrations to bring it forth and manifest it.

When we do visioning, on the other hand, we align in consciousness with our divine purpose, which is to love and to express a greater degree of life. Then we open ourselves to catch a sense of how that expression is supposed to occur through us.



Q: What are the stages we go through in the visioning process?

Visioning always begins with a deep sense that we're surrounded by unconditional love.

We enter into the conscious awareness that we live, move, and have our being in this unconditional love, and we open ourselves up to what that love feels like. I don't mean just emotionally, though.

  • The feeling tone we develop is of a spiritual nature, and this feeling is the whole foundation of visioning. 

  • We then declare what it is we are doing the visioning about. 

  • All of this is done without judgment. We are throwing ourselves open to whatever comes up and we notice what begins to flow through so we can articulate it, write it down, express it, dialogue about it, and be aware of how it feels, not just emotionally but spiritually.


We ask the question: “What is it that I have to embody or become in order for this vision to manifest?” As we listen inwardly in a meditative state, we begin to hear from the deep levels of our being what we have to know, what we have to become, what we have to embody and change. Then we write it down and dialogue about it. We know metaphysically that we cannot have anything we are not willing to become. It's impossible for us to have something in our life that is not aligned with our consciousness. So we begin to get a picture of how we need to develop and grow and unfold, of how we must change.

We pray affirmatively not about how to accomplish the vision but rather about the ways in which we need to grow. What qualities do we need to embody, what things do we need to know, what do we need to change in our life, and how do we need to unfold spiritually in order to bring forth the vision?



Q: Why aren't the prayers directed toward bringing forth the vision itself?

The vision is already accomplished in the mind of the Universe. It's already a complete idea in Spirit, so we don't need to pray for its accomplishment. What we do need to pray for is to be a willing and able vehicle or delivery system for the vision.

Here's an example from my own experience. When I first called everyone together who had said they wanted to be involved in creating a church, we began doing the visioning process for Agape Church. I instructed everyone to throw away all preconceived ideas of what church is and to disregard their past experience of being in church, whether it was good or bad. We started the visioning with a clean slate. We anchored in unconditional love and we threw ourselves open to Spirits idea of Itself as the Agape Church. People began describing it in a number of ways: It's unconditional love, it's multicultural and its community. We began to articulate the vision that was coming through to us.

Then I asked what we each have to become, know, or embody. What is the role each of us is to play? We all had prayer partners and we prayed that each would embody the qualities that were needed. We didn't even talk about the vision—that was unnecessary, because it was already held in Spirit.

So, using the vision process is always self-examination. It's never, “I want this. Make this happen.” It's always, “What do I have to become to live the vision, to manifest it, to reveal it?”

The visioning process, then, is a process of transformation of the individual or of the group.

Q: So, no matter what the visioning process focuses on, spiritual transformation of the individual using it is the ultimate result?

Absolutely. Visioning is always for self-transformation. It's always to shift our perception of reality. And this process goes on forever. We never reach a place where the process is complete, because ideas are infinite and it's always expressing. We just become bigger and bigger places for it to express through.

New ideas proliferate, and change is always going on. It's an organic growth and transformation. The visioning process keeps us flexible and ready for change.

All spiritual growth, 100 percent of it, is about releasing or eliminating rather than attaining something, because we're already “It” spiritually. We're in the process of releasing inhibitions, limitation, false concepts and all the other baggage that prevents our greater yet-to-be self from expressing. So, it's always a good sign on the path when we start to hit bottom. Something's being dissolved, transformed, redeemed.


Everyone knows about using the Law of Attraction and the Law of Cause and Effect. They know about visualizing and treasure mapping. Pat Riley used it with the Lakers when he played a film of their highlights for them over and over again so they could establish in their minds a sense of doing great things on the basketball court.

The visioning process, however, allows the Universe to reveal Itself through us in infinite ways. When we align ourselves with divine ideas of joy, harmony, love and wisdom, they uniquely express through us.

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