Martin Luther King was not the only one who began with: “I have a dream…”

You can have a dream too…and help bring it to life as well. All your success and achievements begin with a dream. Sometimes, when something wonderful happens to us, we suddenly think,

“I never imagined in my wildest dreams that I could have achieved this…”

But the dream had been somewhere at the back of your mind for it to manifest itself. We can feel a dream that is dearest to us with our heart and soul.

Dreams and reality

Are your personal dreams something you have disconnected with a long time ago? In pursuit of happiness we sometimes end up making decisions about our life which are not suitable. But it is never too late to change direction. If you are living an unhappy life, dream of what would make you happy.

By living an under pressure life we usually end up neglecting our true guiding light. Perhaps you always felt you were not quite good enough. It applies to many of us.

The changes start at home with the little things. Maybe you are in the process of achieving your dreams? Perhaps you have even set yourself new dream targets.

How can we reconnect with what our original ideals were instead of giving up and compromising? There are many ways to reconnect with our real self.

  1. Connect with your feelings and emotions. They will guide you as to your real destiny and inner wishes.
  2. Dreams which make you smile and feel relaxed show your connection and happiness. They are the ones to follow.
  3. Never give up your dreams. There is always a time for them to come true. You can make it happen with practical planning.
  4. Dreams can help save your sanity when you are going through the toughest of times.

So go on, make a list or whatever method you use for recording your dreams and start to bring some of them alive. Can you already feel your heart soaring just at the thought of achieving what you truly want? Go on – you know you can do this.

Have you ever held onto a dream or let an important dream go?

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