Its all in the Dream…

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Dreams inspire us. They come to us from an intelligence beyond the depths of our subconsciousness, drawing from the matrix of the divine consciousness, that whispers of wonders that ignites the core of our soul.

Dreams rise up within like an enduring flame of inspiration, that increases our desire, our drive and motivation, despite our shortcomings, misgivings and doubt. The intrique drives us to reach high, think big and garner a legion of like minded souls that are magnitized toward it, like a moth to a flame under the cloak of darkness, hoping beyond hope that we don’t get burned in the process.

Dreams are superfluous and everchanging as they come forward like a teasing summer breeze arising from the heat and then retreats like the whisper if we ignore its’ calling. Sometimes, if we are lucky, a dream comes back around for consideration until we acknowledge and expand its’ potential.

It is in seeing the potential of “what can be” that reignites the spark that propels us to make a difference, to make a change, or to become the change we want to see in our world. To create the dream, to make that change, or to become that change, we choose to dance with creation and lay out the blueprint of a foundation, until we garner the courage to gather the resources and give it a form.

My question to you is simply this. If you could create Heaven here on Earth – what would it look like?

3 thoughts on “Its all in the Dream…”

  1. If I could create Heaven here on earth I would be the person that I aspire to be. I would be always patient, kind and loving and all others would be the same. It is our human-ness that doesn’t allow us to be perfect in all situations but it would be very nice to be able to react to situations from the proper perspective and to always be in the present moment. If the whole world could live in the present moment it truly could be Heaven here on earth.

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    1. Beautifully stated Mary. It always starts with the individual aspiring to be the best human being they can be. No one is perfect and acknowledging that allows us to drop judgments, assumptions, criticisms to move toward a level of acceptance.

      Re-acting comes from an emotion that is screaming to be healed. To “re-act” indicates a person is acting as they have acted in the past. To “respond” requires mindful awareness and control of oneself in the emotion long enough to calm down and “think” before you speak or take action. Being the ‘first responder’ in any situation allows you to consider how to handle or heal someone that may be in a critical overload mode before going nuclear!

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