Daydreaming offers a chance to believe that your desires are possible.
When we first have desires, they can feel out of reach—too big to even hope for. Daydreaming allows you to expand what is possible and explore those kernels of passion you have stowed away in the deep recesses of your heart.
Every great athlete imagined standing on the podium receiving a gold medal. Every great musician imagined playing in sold-out concert halls or sports arenas. Every great actor imagined giving an acceptance speech at the Oscars.
There is power in imagining that a dream could possibly come true. Daydreaming is a building block of believing, and when we believe, we take steps toward making our dreams come true.
We live in a time when we are attached to devices that ensure we never have to be bored, but this means we never daydream. This means we cannot hear our Inner Wisdom or tap into our inner sense of creativity.
There is a great blessing in boredom. When our minds are not occupied with thinking or focusing on some external stimulus, our Inner Wisdom is free to inspire and delight us. Our imagination, when allowed to play, can create possibilities beyond the limiting believes we impose on ourselves.
Daydream often, and allow your imagination to create the life you desire for yourself with no barriers or limitations.
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