: having or showing clear ideas about what should happen or be done in the future
: having or showing a powerful imagination
: of or relating to something that is seen or imagined in a dream or vision



Visionary (adj.): “able to see visions,” 1650s (earlier “perceived in a vision,” 1640s. Meaning “impractical” is attested from 1727. The noun is attested from 1702, from the adjective; originally “one who indulges in impractical fantasies.”

Vision (n.): c. 1300, “something seen in the imagination or in the supernatural,” from Anglo-French visioun, Old French visionpresence, sight; view, look, appearance; dream, supernatural sight” (12th century), from Latin visionemact of seeing, sight, thing seen.”

This is from the productive Proto-Indo-European root *weid-to know.”

The meaning “sense of sight” is first recorded late 15th century. Meaning “statesman-like foresight, political sagacity” is attested from 1926.



“In order to survive as a race, as a planet, you must learn to share light. There is no other way.”

Joanna Gawn (writer, Reiki healing practitioner, and author of “The Cordello Quest”)

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“Someone who dreams cannot be forced to stop—there are no limitations to dreams, because we do not own dreams, dreams are from God.”

Christina Westover (writer of such books as “Poisoning Sylvie,” and “Precipice”)

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“Fame is fun, money is useful, celebrity can be exciting, but finally life is about optimal well-being and how we achieve that in dominator culture, in a greedy culture, in a culture that uses so much of the world’s resources. How do men and women, boys and girls, live lives of compassion, justice and love? And I think that’s the visionary challenge for feminism and all other progressive movements for social change.”

bell hooks (b. 1952, American author, feminist, social activist)

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“Be a visionary, focused upon your ability to create your desires within your reality.”

Steven Redhead (British-born writer, motivational speaker, published author of three books on Motivational Intuitive Philosopher, and published composer, lyricist, and poet)

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“Good leaders have vision and inspire others to help them turn vision into reality. Great leaders have vision, share vision, and inspire others to create their own.”

Roy Bennett (b. 1957, Zimbabwean politician and former member of the British South African Police; also a member of the House of Assemby of Zimbabwe, where he was affectionately called Pachedu, loosely translated as “Between Us”)

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“In order to survive as a race, as a planet, you must learn to share light. There is no other way.”

— Joanna Gawn


We must dare to be visionaries and participate in our global bright futures in whatever way we can.  That’s not always easy, not at all.  It takes courage and work to commit conscious acts of deep love every day.  It takes bravery to look in the eyes of the other, a stranger, and wish that person well and really mean it.  Sowing the seeds for a brighter future is the willingness to sometimes witness those events that are difficult to see.

When we become stuck in patterns of destruction we must push through the shadows into light.  We have all been in that place, those dark places of fear where the walls feel as if they were closing in.  During these times we must ask for Spiritual Help, and when we do the answers will come, sometimes not right away or directly, but they do come, often times through divine intermediaries, earth angels (or in some our cases spiritual angels) will show up with answers or to provide assistance.

If we can take insightful inventories of our lives we will see that there have always been guardians to support our life journeys, whether they were teachers, mentors, family or friends, someone answered our calls and showed up when we needed them the most.  But, we had to ask for the help in order to focus our minds on the possible solutions.

When I lived in New York City I loved taking those short fifteen-minute walks to pick up my children from school after work.  I not only was super aware of my surroundings, but also walked in a meditative state talking to The Universe and tapping into an imaginal realm, a Cosmic Well of potentiality.

Now, that I live in Florida, I am fortunate to have access to many magical realms of nature.  It’s amazing how much one can brainstorm all while listening and visualizing the beauty of nature or while sharing a greeting with a passing stranger.

We must not cut ourselves off from each other by limiting our access.  One vision of a New Earth is one of a global community and Universal access, one where we all can participate in the Light.

Continue to be loving luminous beings, sojourners!

Miraculously Yours, Tonya


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