I’ve heard it said that some people live ninety years and others live one year ninety times. The difference is that those living their years to the fullest are living their dreams. We are all capable of living our dream lives when we open ourselves up to possibilities and opportunities.
We have been trained to look at conditions to determine what the opportunities and possibilities are for our lives, though these conditions can be limiting when viewed with just the five senses. When we live outside the standard senses and use intuition, imagination, and perception, we are able to more clearly see our heart’s desire and the dreams that will bring us the happiness we yearn. We all have an inner voice but it is not one of reason or logic…it is the voice of guidance. This voice may not make sense to anyone else, but it is there to help us recognize and nurture the thoughts that build dreams of our very own.
The underlying principle of dream building is this: The power that is within each of us is greater than anything that is in our surroundings. The power that is within each of us is greater than any circumstance of our life. The power that is within each of us is greater than our history. There are all sorts of things that we can hold as ideas that will keep us from our dreams. Or, we can decide to use our thoughts in service of dreams instead of thwarting them.
Changing our thoughts to best build our dreams is a two-step process. First, we must release condition-based thinking. If we focus our thoughts on what we don’t want to happen, we bring about those circumstances. For example, if you want to lose weight and concentrate on not eating chocolate, then you crave chocolate and ultimately give in to it.
The second part of the process is to focus on what you do want to create, regardless of our conditions. Using the weight loss example, if you think about the delicious carrot and celery sticks you are going to have for your mid-day snack, then you look forward to that and do not think about the chocolate that would thwart your efforts. This is true even if you work in a chocolate factory!
Each of us is the author of our own thoughts. The past or present does not need to dictate our future. Allow yourself to explore the possibilities of your dreams and fill your mind with what you would like to be, and do, and create, and give. Use your inner power to write the future in a way that supports your dreams.