When my nephew Beau was around three years old, I was driving him somewhere while he was safely strapped in his car seat. I asked him a question and he quickly said to me, “Don’t talk to me now, I’m playing with my imagination.”
Wow. What an answer!
I was truly taken aback by his response – both by the sophistication of it as
well as the reality that he could clearly identify what he was doing.
I love my overactive imagination and I play with it often.
Sometimes it begins when I ask myself “wouldn’t it be lovely if_______.”
And then, depending of the desire that arises, if I see that it is something I am willing to commit to, then I go about doing my manifesting magic.
Part of this requires creating goals and action steps while simultaneously staying detached and surrendered from the outcome (not easy but doable and necessary).
Recently I’ve come across many people who keep telling me about a “dream” they have, but dreams generally don’t come true until you make a plan for them to happen. The fuel to make dreams a reality requires making action steps, getting an accountability partner, commitment and knowingness that “what you have asked for is already yours.”
What dream are you willing to go for NOW? Here’s one suggestion for you from my friend and “Dreambuilder” expert, Mary Morrissey:
A Dream-Building Expert’s Key to Success
Mar, who has been over helping people achieve more abundance and freedom in their lives for more than 40 years, says she has discovered that most people aren’t really clear on what their dream is.
They think they know exactly what it is…but they really don’t
This might not seem like that big of a deal, but that lack of clarity prevents
them from moving into that better life that they desire.
It makes total sense if you think about it. It’s hard to get somewhere if you
don’t know where you’re going, right?
Mary digs deep into this problem in her free video, DreamBuilder Masterclass. You’ll learn how to blueprint your dreams.
Watch it here so that you aren’t stuck wandering around aimlessly trying to
find your dream:
Wishing you love, laughter and magical kisses,