“I advise you to say your dream is possible and then overcome all conveniences, ignore all the hassles and take a running leap through the hoop, even if it is in flames.” S Les Brown
Les Brown is quoted as saying, “Don’t let anyone else’s opinion become your reality.” Both of these quotes are encouraging us to dream but at the same time, we have to believe that the dream we have is possible, that we can overcome the obstacles and distractions that keep popping up. It is not only other people’s opinions that we allow to become our truth, but our own doubts and self-talk that cloud the vision of what we believe could be possible. I have talked before about the Law of Attraction always working but sometimes we are focusing more on why we can’t have something, rather than why it can happen.
If you really believed in the energetic, quantum physics of the world, what would you be doing to make your dream a reality? Would you be going to the computer shop to find exactly what you want? Would you be looking for a new job that is better than the one you have presently? Would you be scouring the travel pamphlets to find a place that really lights you up? I was in the first category. My computer was dying, so I started looking even though I wasn’t sure how it was going to happen. I had a birthday & my parents, brother & sister pitched in to buy one for me and here I am typing away on it. I hear you. You’re saying, my parents couldn’t afford to do that for me, if they are even alive. I don’t see how my dream is going to happen. If we can let go of the how, we will find that the universe has a heap more ideas than we do with our limited brain capacity – in relation to the universe. This is the hardest part of this deal – to let go of the how and trust that it will happen. We do HAVE TO BE CLEAR of what it is, and the WHY will give us the enthusiasm to take some action steps, even if we have to jump through burning hoops.
Enjoy being part of this process!