Dream big!! Read the previous articles:
If you want to dream yourself into the perfect relationship, don’t worry that you are currently single. You are imagining, dreaming, visioning. Let go of constraints, fears doubts. Let go of limiting beliefs. Have fun. Play!
If you’re stuck, some questions to ask about your life five years from now are: Where am I living? What is my vocation? Am I married? Do I have children? What kind of car do I drive? How is my health like? What do I do for fun? Where do I travel?
If you have trouble letting go of the doubts try feeling your dream
In five-years, how do you feel when you wake up in the morning? How do you feel when you are working, playing, traveling. As you feel into your life, you may begin to get glimpses of what this ideal life looks like.
If so, let yourself drift deeper into those glimpses. Let yourself explore the scenes that are lit up in your imagination.
Another trick you can try is to imagine someone else’s ideal life
You can dream an ideal life for your spouse, or child, or a good friend. You can also try creating the ideal life for a fictional person. Become the author of this character’s life. Make it a really juicy life!
What would their dream life look like 5- years from now? It’s likely that parts of the life you create for them are what you would like to have in your own.
Still having trouble dreaming?
Here are some other ideas: Make a dream life collage. Ask a good friend to brainstorm your ideal life with you.
Take some time to write down your five-year dream. Keep the description out and visible so you can add to it, change it, allow it to grow and morph as you settle more fully into your ability to dream big. But keep your dream to yourself, at least in the beginning.
As you start to dream again, your dreams and your ability to dream are fragile. They need to be nurtured and protected. There are very few people that know how to treat dreams.
So if you must share them, make sure you do so with someone that you trust will treat your dreams and you with tenderness and love.
Next time we’ll look at what you can do once you have some big dreams. Until then, dream on!
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