Early this morning I had a bad dream… one of those really bad dreams. I won’t go into details but it was ‘so real’. In my dream my husband had died in a fire in a big building and I thought my daughter had too but she came out. Anyhow while telling my daughter and hubby about the dream, I wept and wept because it was ‘so real’.
My daughter then shared with me about a dream that she had that she will never forget and that had scared her because it was ‘so real’. She started to weep too!
I shared with her an exercise that I use with my coaching clients about using that same emotional power from a dream that seems ‘so real’ for manifesting what we want in life.
For manifesting, we(man) are the main component in creating the manifestation or what we want to create. We need to first visualize/see what we want to happen, or to achieve, or to acquire in our life and then we need to FEEL as though we are already there experiencing that which we wish to create.
It’s just like the dream! The dream ‘feels real’ because you are FEELING the feelings of this event actually occurring. This is a huge big deal. Really think on this. A dream IS real as it is a manifestation of a concept. The key to future manifesting is to first dream up the concept, SEE it, and put the feeling behind it as though it were already real and than detach from the HOW’s of how it will happen and then let the invisible forces go to work to create your manifestation.
This stuff really works. I have seen it happen over and over again in my life and it always seems like a delightful surprise but I know that I created it! And I am getting really really good at this. This works like magic folks. 🙂
I believe in this so much, today I am sharing this same blog post on all of my blogs! 🙂
Imagination is everything. It is the preview of life’s coming attractions.
A picture in your mind is worth its weight in gold.
When my daughter was little she naturally knew the power of imagination and using her mind. She used to call it “minding”. She would say “I will just mind it Mom”, and I would think “Wow, cool, awesome!”
Picturing things in your mind and adding ‘feeling’ to them is super, super powerful. Never underestimate the power of forming pictures in your mind and using your imagination. And always, always, remember that when you are minding and visualizing in your mind the possibilities are INFINITE and ENDLESS!
I hope you take JOY in being a deliberate creator of your life. 🙂
Maggie Holbik.com is a Certified Infinite Possibilities Trainer who loves minding! She minded this blog post 🙂
So here I am on a Sunday morning preparing for my Week 2, Infinite Possibilities class tomorrow night. The class is on beliefs but I was reflecting on the content from last week where we covered that ‘thoughts are things’ and we started to implement visualization or ‘adult daydreaming’ as I like to call it. 🙂
I think we can all relate to how easy it was to daydream when we were children. It is interesting to see that it can be very difficult for many adults to start this process again. After many years of running programs in our minds about how we think life is or should be, and what we expect is what we get, we somehow lose that childlike wonder.
I found this note from Mike Dooley, who writes “The Notes from The Universe” and thought it was perfect…
Remember when as a child,
just the site of the swing set, or a pony, or a Hula-Hoop would get your heart racing and your imagination somersaulting? And without even thinking in words you felt that surely the world revolved around you, that you were the most blessed creature ever to live, and that having fun was all that really mattered?
Well I still wonder how you knew so much, at such a tender age.
P.S. To me, at times it’s as if there is only you. Actually… all the time.
I hope you enJOYed this note from the Universe as much as I did today and happy adult daydreaming! Woot Woot!!!
Maggie Holbik.com is a Certified Infinite Possibilities Trainer and Coach who loves to daydream, to visualize and to FEEL her way to her next creative adventure. 🙂