Day 137: Waking Dreams

Sometimes the dreams that we have at night can’t even begin to compare to our waking dreams.  I prefer the term waking dream to daydream.  Not sure why.   I just do.  These dreams are the gateway to our reality.  But how do we do that…move from the dream to the reality?  Well, first we take that dream and internalize every single detail…the spoken words, the music and/or other sounds, the surroundings, the words you typed, the thoughts you had, the colors in your world, the weather…everything down to the tiniest detail.  Second, write it all down and read it to yourself every single day.  Meditate on it.  Lie back in a hot bath, close your eyes, and let it seep into your pores.  Fall asleep while thinking about it.  Never.  Let.  It.  Leave.  Your.  Conscious.  Or.  Subconscious.  Mind.  That’s the key.  Hold onto the dream like it’s a memory of things you’ve already accomplished.  Make a vision board or even boards.  You can find a picture online of anything that you can possibly imagine…start Googling your new reality and find the images to put on your board.  So now you can see it, think it, meditate on it, and internalize it in all those different ways.  Make it real in every way possible.  Make it so real that when it happens, you will have a sense of deja vu.  This is my plan for my impending reality.  I hope that you can find something useful in this post that helps you out.  Pick and choose what you think will help you.  Just let me know how it works for you and I’ll let you know how it works for me.           

About Donna Heilman

I am a writer that lives in the Dallas-Ft. Worth Metroplex with my husband, 3 dogs, and 6 cats. I am currently working on my novel, Rapture, as well as writing poetry and some short non-fiction. I am honestly writing this blog to feel more connected with other creative people.
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