Why You Should Believe In Your Dreams

Why should you believe in your dreams?

Because everything we have now was once a dream, a vision, something that came from the realm of possibility. Everything you see around you was once an idea, a product from somebody’s imagination. And through belief, and unwavering perseverance they brought it into this physical realm. Manifested it into their reality. 

This ability is inside of all of us. Most people don’t know that they truly have the power to change their own lives, to make their dreams a reality. And it’s all because they didn’t allow themselves to believe. Faith is not everything, but it’s hope that keeps us going and drives us on when the times get tough. Giving up is the quickest way to failure. There’s no other way around it. People who give up on their dreams, give away their chances of ever succeeding in making them a reality. Sometimes Failure comes first before Success shows up. That doesn’t mean you should throw in the towel at the first fail.

If you think about it, there are infinite universes with endless possibilities that can become different realities in parallel universes. I know that’s a mouthful, but it’s true. Scientists are discovering these other universes and dimensions (CERN). There are multi-universes and in these universes, whatever possibility that could happen has already happened or is happening. That possibility is true.  So imagine, you are already living this dream of yours in one of these universes. You have to be, because it’s possible, right? Perhaps that’s one of the reasons why you have this strong desire to make this dream a reality! Because an aspect of your consciousness is aware of that reality already existing, and your heart wishes to merge with this reality. Consciousness is not bound by time and space. Burt Goldman is the founder of Quantum Jumping, he has mastered the ability to jump into parallel universes and meet his alternate selves. He’s now a successful author, artist, musician, and photographer. And he’s only 89! He believed he could be anything he wanted, and when he saw himself living out one of his dreams, he knew it was possible for him too.

Somebody (a version of you) has to live out this possibility, right? If this dream is something you can’t imagine not doing or pursuing, if this is something you can’t imagine living life without or doing anything other than this, then it may be meant for this you to live out this dream.

This dream could be your soul’s calling. This version of you, right now, will live this life as *insert your name* only once. Sure, your soul never dies. Just like energy can never be destroyed or created, and we are made up of energy. But still, this current identity you have will only be once. The many versions of you throughout the universes will only be once. Out of all of you, don’t you want to be the one who lives their life full of meaning? That does what you once thought impossible? You can do it. The fact that you even have this vision of being *insert whatever* and not something else, means that you know deep down it’s possible. You are just afraid. It’s your Ego’s false sense of self that makes you think you can’t do something but the real you is Capable. 

In the next post, I will write about why Ego tries to get in the way of you and your dreams. 

Much Love & Light, As Always

Stay Inspired!


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Lucid Dream 1#

Today I’m going to do something a little different. I’m going to write about a lucid dream I had a few months ago. I think it was on the verge of an OBE.

June 3, 2016

I am in my kitchen. The lights are off, but it’s daytime. I can see the morning light flitting out through the little window. I walk over to the kitchen table and I see there’s a box of tissues. I start to grab two tissues as if this is routine when suddenly I feel an awareness wash over me and I realize ‘wait, this is a dream. Since I’m lucid dreaming , I should grab a third tissue, just to show myself I am aware.’ So I grab a third tissue.

I walk over to our dining room and stare out this huge window. Even though i didn’t touch the curtains or move the blinds away, somehow I can still see outside my backyard. The sun is shining incredibly bright, so bright that I don’t stare at it directly and instead take notice of the ground. The vivid, lush green of the grass,  the spring-green of the leaves on the trees swaying back and forth from a gentle breeze. This beautiful scene puts a smile on my face. Everything looks bright and peaceful, it makes me feel hope. Then I remembered I was lucid dreaming, and was gonna try and change the landscape. 

So I thought to myself “Where would I want to go?” and my mind races. Paris comes to my mind (in real life I’ve always wanted to visit that place) so I closed my dream eyes (and everything went dark as if I really closed my eyes!) and tried to concentrate on that place.  I close my eyes for a split second, truly believing something is going to happen…

When suddenly I feel my dream body ascending. I open my dream eyes and see I am floating. Hovering just above the floor.  I feel so excited that I forgot to stay focused and I floated towards the window. I tried flying higher but I start leaning forward.  Leaning, leaning until my dream-body flows right through the window as if I’m a spirit not bound by physics. I’m falling.  My dream body tumbles over and over until I land on the ground on my back. One of the sensations I feel isn’t pain but icy coldness. The location hasn’t changed but the grass looks different. I look at the ground and notice patches of snow everywhere, where there wasn’t before. After the fall, I started losing my awareness. I felt my control over myself and the dream was weakening. Suddenly a man appears behind me. I think he sort of tackled me to the ground. Maybe I tackled him first. I remember the faint sensation of cold ice on my hands and shoulders. The man is smiling and so am I. I got him pinned down with my hands on his wrists.  I remember asking him a question and he gave me an answer. He flips us over, with me pinned down and asks me a question. Which I give an answer to. Then he gets up, holds out his hand to help me up. I grab it and stand up. We start running, at incredible speeds, everything literally looking like its zooming by too fast. Weird music starts playing in the background. I remember him saying words over and over again. But my mind is clear which sentence it was.

Nobody’s going to find you, or I’m going to find you

But anyway, when I woke up from the dream, I felt so happy for some reason. Before the dream, I had been feeling pretty low. I think I heard from somewhere that when one has experienced an OBE, it affects their vibration, raising it higher. The best thing about this dream was that weird sensation of floating, feeling weightless, and that aspiration to fly higher and soar and do whatever I wish, travel to anywhere I wish. The scene with the sunlight and the grass and trees, it made me feel like nothing was impossible. Like there was a bright future and things are worth hoping for. 

I’ve yet to experience something like a real OBE, but after having that dream it makes me feel like it’s all the more possible. 

Maybe I’ll start writing more about my dreams on here. 

Much Love & Light, As Always

Stay Inspired!


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