Yes. It happened. Last summer. I had a phone conversation about an idea and I got goosebumps. If I can't pay attention to that visceral reaction as a sign of resonance with my ideals, visions, and dreams, what can I pay attention to?
The part that's interesting to me, as I reflect on the moment months later, is the fact that it's an idea I had about four years ago and abandoned. Oh, it popped up a few times, in conversations with people about what I was trying to do, a few fits and starts with a co-developer and such, but - yeah - I gave up on it.
Oh, there are plenty of reasons - having a child, letting the internal critic squash it, no clue how to execute, fear of failure, trying to figure it out myself, the economy, the temperature, star misalignment...
Am I happy that someone's doing something with it? I am.
What did I learn?
Actions speak louder than words - ideas are not owned - and, the Universe might bring something back to you whether you like it or not.
In this year of letting things go, what's getting in the way of letting my passion shine through - to be present in and with these moments?