Daydreaming creates your reality

As a young girl, I was never bored because I had my imagination to use as a movie maker and create whatever I wanted. I remember being at school, staring out the classroom window, dreaming up all the amazing things I wanted to do, be and have in my life. I was Cinderella, Superwomen and everyone in between. Unfortunately, this quality was not nurtured by my teachers, at all!

As beautiful children the imagination flourishes and is used every day in every game, and situation… Until it gets shut down, which is usually when children start school. The school system teaches us to pay attention, to be quiet and to think logically (which we do need)… But in the process, I believe it’s shutting down the most powerful part of all human beings.

Every piece of clothing, every electronic item and every single idea began in someone’s imagination. Someone created it in their mind before creating it in the physical form. They had to think and dream about it, how it would look, what it would do, who would use it, what colour it would be… They had to imagine the complete picture in their mind of exactly how it would be.

So, if everything started in the human imagination, that means we all have this INCREDIBLE creating machine inside of us already! It’s ready, waiting and totally willing for us to tap into it at any given moment. You have the power to create ANYTHING you choose in every moment.

“I’m enough of an artist to draw freely on my imagination, which I think is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world.”
— Albert Einstein 

Here’s how to access and start using your imagination, as if you were a child again, for the purpose of, dreaming about and then creating your desired changes:

First… Each day, give yourself five minutes quiet time to think.

Second… When you’re having that quiet time start asking better questions as this gives us direct access to the unconscious mind. Questions like:

“If money were unlimited, what would I be doing with my life?”

“What would my life be like if I could create my happily ever after movie?”

“If I had all the time in the world to dedicate to creating my dream life, what would I be doing?”

“What did I absolutely love to do as a child?”

Now that you have started dreaming up how you really want your life to be, think about what you could do to move yourself one step closer to that happily ever after movie? Write it down. Schedule it into your calendar and commit yourself to doing that one thing.

I’d love to hear what you’ve committed to, so please share your one step below!

P.S. This device you’re ready from was an idea in someone’s mind long before it came into our physical reality. Click here and download your free meditation that guides you to do exactly that!

Much Love
Mich 
xx

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