“Dreams really can come true”
Do you ever have those moments when you’re sitting in peace, where you connect with the feeling like you should be somewhere else, doing something else? Perhaps you see glimpses of it in your mind’s eye and the feeling of being in that moment is like you have found your place. Maybe you’ve been reading something, or listening to something and you suddenly see yourself right there in the picture. It’s you riding your horse across the sand dunes, it’s you meditating on the pristine beach or it’s you standing on the stage presenting to thousands.
What do these daydreams mean? More importantly, what do you do with them?
The important thing to know is that your dream life is already within you and it’s in these moments of your consciousness disengaging that you connect with it. (Access your free Soul Goal kit here) Your conscious mind sabotages your connection to the true vision of what you want because of fear. Because of the experiences that you have had in your past that have created beliefs that don’t serve your dream’s manifestation.
The biggest fear I see that is sabotaging people living the life they truly want is money fear…
“But I can’t afford it”
“Money will be scarce if I splash out on it”
“That is not possible for me”
You get to keep what you speak. Your energy is directing your abundance. “Worrying is Praying.” Putting negative, frustrated, ungrateful energy out into the universe, even unconsciously, is asking the universe to send you more of the same.
So how do you put the good juju that attracts the abundance you seek out into the universe more often?
It comes down to habit. Your daily rhythm that makes you feel abundant. When you feel abundant, you’re already more than half way there…
The alternative is that your past experiences dictate a reality that is not your truth, but the fear of scarcity that your beliefs create block you from seeing what is really possible. And in this inability to see lies the inability to manifest. Everything is created twice, first in your imagination.
Next time you find yourself in the lucid daydream of your real truth, grab a notebook and write down the dream you found yourself in or the feeling that you felt pulled towards. What is the activity you were doing? Who were you with? Describe in as much detail as possible, especially the feeling of it.
It does not matter how crazy it is or how far it is from the life you have. So often when we are mothers and partners we think, “that can’t be me.” Bronnie Ware, a Palliative Care Worker and author of the book, Regrets of the Dying asked those in their last moments about their regrets or anything they would do differently, the most common response was:
I wish I’d had the courage to live a life true to myself, not the life others expected of me.
Pay attention to your daydreams, they are the call of your soul to what you really want. Learn to plan to achieve the impossible!
Make that your Mantra, and don’t let money be the only thing standing between you and your dreams.