Do you have a dream?
I’ve got a stack of them and as one dream comes to fruition, another one emerges to take it’s place. This is what I call, living in flow with all that life desires for you.
One of my dreams is to one day build my own (our own) home by the beach, I’m not sure when this one will happen, but based on how my life’s expanded and flowed for the past few years, I reckon it might happen sooner rather than later.
In the meantime I’m happy with where I’m at and making the most of my current home. I can let that dream go for now and trust that it will be delivered in divine timing.
“How does she get to be so relaxed and confident?” I hear you ask.
Well, I’m not all the time, nowhere near. It’s just that since I learned how to follow my inner guidance a few years back, I’m finding it easier and easier to imagine my dream life, write it down, feel it, see it in my mind’s eye and then let it go with a request to the universe:
“…This, or something EVEN BETTER please”
What I’m also hearing some of you say is: “Dreams? I don’t have time for dreams, I wouldn’t even know where to start.“
That’s how I felt before I began this journey and I understand how you feel. Life can feel overwhelming, especially if you are over-committed to caring for children, running your career, caring for an elderly family member or if you’re stuck in the emotional quagmire of having stress, worry, resentment, responsibility or boredom as your daily emotional default.
You just need to make space to imagine and dream… like you did when you were a child. It’s okay to fantasise and make-believe. When we have a dream and visit it often in our imagination in a joyful and expectant way, we’re sending an order out to the universe saying:
“Hello universe, here’s what I like, this is what makes my heart sing and feels in resonance with my soul”
And universe, or as I sometimes like to call it, life, responds by edging us ever so slightly closer to that imagined reality. Of course the speed is actually up to us. If we believe it can happen overnight and feel rapid change is something we and our families can handle then that can be what occurs.
The main point here is, you won’t get if you don’t ask.
The other point is that although life actually does want us to be happy, we over-ride the natural flow of this when we think we are stuck in doubt, fear and confusion about what we really want.
I realise it can be hard to break those patterns of feeling over-burdened and lacking in inspiration, courage and optimism. It’s a process worth beginning though, as we all have the potential within us to break free of those old patterns and begin to really enjoy life.
To more fully explore what your dreams are and how to begin living your passions, take a look at my Book A Session With Tricia page and contact me for a chat. I’d love to help <3