Most people are too busy managing their everyday affairs in order to really make their dreams come true. If you want to know how to make dreams come true, then this could be the most important article you’ll ever read. After all, creating a acim actually isn’t much more challenging than dealing with this endless supply of mundane, everyday tasks.
Do you remember those dreams you had when you were a child? And how confident you were that this would be the way things would be? You basically took it for granted that you’d become an astronaut, a super model, a famous actor, a secret agent, a millionaire, a fireman-hero, a doctor, or whatever your childhood dream was.
All these things seemed to be very attainable. But then something happened: Teachers, parents and other authority figures told you to “grow up”.
How many kids get told in school that they should stop daydreaming? Well, daydreaming alone surely won’t make things happen. But what does “being realistic” really mean?
If you look at many of the world’s most successful companies, and the people who created them, you won’t find many “realistic” stories in there. In fact, these successful entrepreneurs created miracles.
Regaining this childish ability to daydream and experience your fantasy almost like a reality is crucial – it’s one of the secrets to unlocking the power of your subconscious mind.
Exploring possibilities with playfulness in a mental state that resembles daydreaming is a surprisingly powerful way to overcome negative thinking.
Creating a miracle requires an abundance mindset. The more you think that the world is abundant, the more you’ll recognize potentials for making dreams come true.