Some people are born with a dream, others, like many friends I know, are still figuring out what their dreams are.
Dreams can be a little tricky.
They ebb and flow. And change.
Then, again, sometimes they stay the same.
Dreams can be elusive… Almost like a black cat wandering in the woods. They can be hard to find, but when you do find them, your life is never the same.
No two people have the exact same dream… just like no two people are the exact same. So its hard to look at a dreamer’s life and calculate a formula to follow. There aren’t really 10 step programs to adhere to…
But that doesn’t mean it isn’t possible…
Its amazing how intuitive children are… My littlest brother, Anders, is staying with me in Georgia this week. He is 9 and totally awesome. He asks a million questions a day and runs around jumping off of things, fake shooting all living things in sight, and eating almost everything he can find. I LOVE it. And I love his innocence.
Childhood, for many of us, is a time in our lives in which we look back with great nostalgia. A time before the hardships of life really touched us. A time of purity and exploration – catching fireflies without a care in the world.
Then life happens and we “grow up.”
And our childhood dreams are thought of as childish and illogical and impractical.
(I actually think that is one of the greatest lies ever told to us.)
I think the uncovering of our childhood dreams is one of our first experiences between our mortal bodies and our immortal souls.
And I think the pursuing of our dreams is one of the biggest catalysts for happiness we will ever tap into.
Does that mean our dreams won’t change and morph? No.
But it does mean that they matter. A lot.
And if you want to live a joyful life on this planet, you better find a way to align your heart’s desires (your dreams) with the rest of your life.
Will it be hard? Maybe. But will it be worth it? DEFINITELY.
And I’m here to help you, so you are NEVER alone.
You can live the life of your dreams. And I’d love to help you along the way…
In today’s episode of REBEL Wednesday, I’m talking about when I uncovered my dream, telling a story about a dreamer whose childhood dream changed into something even better than she had imagined, AND I’m sharing an exercise to help you harken back to childhood and remember what you wanted to be when you “grew up.”
Here is the episode:
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