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Pipe Dreams

Obviously, there is a huge difference between “pipe dreams” and realizing or manifesting soul purpose.  When you feel it, know it, and are living it, there is no turning back; no being wrong about it.

Follow a pipe dream first, as practice. (if you have the time).   Learn the curves, hurdles and ins-and-outs of making something happen out of nothing.  See how hard it is.  Experience that resistance, the negative feedback and lack of time allowable.  That’s how you know it’s not life purpose.  By not coming naturally, authentically, with assistance, support, positive feedback and an incredible amount of support that just seemingly appears out of thin air.   People come out of the woodwork. People you begin to meet that are connections in the field of interest. The difference is to be felt and experienced, so you know you are doing the right thing. The thing that feels right.  More than filling a void of boredom or escapism, it explodes out from inside of you.

Letting your inner child come out and play with the fire trucks, hammers, tools; your true purpose may reveal itself.  Following an old pipe dream or picking up a special or new hobby, allows time to concentrate and look inward, while hiding behind the work.  Whether it be exercise, an experiment in the basement, a project on line.  Searching for purpose requires quiet time alone.  In these moments of catering to your soul and listening to spirit, you can have the conversation, with self, about what your dreams are trying to tell you.

Quiet time; or concrete, dedicated time; on a “hobby” lets us hear about the action to take, while alert and awake, uninterrupted by the noise of the world.  Wake up from the humdrum of the daily grind, and get into your workshop; whether it’s the garage, the garden, the tennis court, the golf field, or your daily run.

Hobby takes our mind off the mundane.  Move it forward into life purpose; with dedicated thought and conversation with self.

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Frame of Mind

It could be said, that it all is just a frame of mind.

Whether we’re happy/sad, angry/ vengeful, pleasant/cordial, social or unsocial.

What puts you , in what frame of mind?

To find this out takes a little reflection and inward conjecture.  Conjecture because were never truly done unraveling the workings of the mind.  But it is a fun little mind-wrestle to work out what’s going on today. What’s causing our behavior or reaction to certain situations.

Some people don’t like time alone.  You’d be surprised how long 5 minutes really is.  The second hand gets pretty loud, when your timing yourself a short 5 minutes on concentrating.  Spending time alone, inwardly reflecting on improving oneself, can be painful, lengthy and long.

It is not a waste of time to consider your frame of mind at all times.  Whether you realize it or not, you are going to spend the rest of the 12 or 18 hours left in this day spent thinking of yourself; what you want and what you need, solving problems… it just won’t be mindful.

It’s just not productive, (to think of oneself all day) if that action is not producing desired outcomes.

  • Improving oneself
  • Helping others
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What dreams are made of

Using dream analysis to define your life purpose can help overcome daily battles/struggles.  Using simple dream techniques can help you hear your inner voice.  Connecting with dream characters or just trying to remember the last seconds of your dream upon waking can cause connection to self.  Hearing or seeing dream images can help identify with source. In your dream state you can fight the battles you can’t fight or don’t fight in real life.

Intentionally attempting to work with and bring forth dream truths, sets us on a journey of seeking clues and symbols.  Paying attention to our inner self and asking the tough questions.

Dreams bring to the surface issues that could be dealt with in waking life.  Your subconscious is allowing and bring it forward, asking you, the conscious mind, “Is this right?  Am I seeing this right?”.  You begin to recognize symbols and clues that lead to the questions such a,s should you be having a baby, right now?  Is this the right man for you in your life?  A storm is coming; are common themes in intense dream scenarios.  Being prepared is bracing your self in real life for real life happenings.  This is a very safe way to pursue your inner workings and your inner life and open up a dialogue with self…by recognizing and acknowledging dream cues.

Your dreams deserve dream analysis.  Looking at the message from the subconscious is a communication in the full circle loop of who you are, who have become, where you have come from and where you are going.  Your dreams are going to be honest with you about what you want.  What you don’t want. What need.  What you don’t need…  Dreams will question you ~ the dreamer, about how your current life is affecting what you; actually want out of what you are actually getting.   There are so many cases of dream analysis proving to the dreamer that the subconscious questions their work, and their work-status, and their co-workers, and their position in the workforce, with that group.   ~  In a dream, it is going to be a ship, a boat, a sinking ship, a ship on FIRE! A boat like ferry, or a boat like a yacht.  You getting along with the crew or the crew trying to kill you .  These are vital pieces of information for survival in the workforce!   Recognizing cues and waking up with a purpose, or staunch memory of what was just dreamed, is imperative to soul’s growth.  A resounding, pleasant, happy shrill will come from the subconscious~ for you paying attention to it once in a while!

Look at what your dreams are telling you.  They are telling you how your current life is affecting you soul’s existence.

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True Self

Being true to self came to mind as a chapter for this book when trying to visualize a Roman Soldier trying to be a priestess in a temple.  Trying to visualize the priestess robbing the hero of his victory by sacrificing herself to the sea monster herself;  making her the hero instead of the soldier.  It changes up the story TOO much if you try to be something you are not.  Being true to yourself doesn’t mean abandon your actual skill sets and talents in this life. Being true to yourself challenges you to embrace your true inner most desires and heart-sourced talents that let you shine  and bleed into this world pure light.  Nothing can stop that force. That train of universal talent that you are in touch with or resounds within you naturally.  It may not make you a million dollars, but you’ll feel like a million bucks!

  • Don’t jip yourself of explicit joy by trying to be something you are not!
  • Don’t’ be too hard on yourself for not knowing.(what that should be).

It’s worth the investment of time and energy, concentration and quiet, to check in with self.  Even if it’s just once in a while.  Try to find 5 minutes of peace and quiet, and use it constructively.  Try to remember the feeling of being excited about what you USED TO WANT to be (when you grew up)! You don’t have to do those things as career move choices, but get in touch with those talents to return to self and a sense of purpose.

example:  see Scott Lawlor and this “hobby” he has adopted.  This should be full time passion, right?  When you have this kind of talent?

 

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Authentic Self Search

Search for your Authentic Self can be a lengthy one.  Or, it could happen tomorrow, if you are already in “touch” ~ with your dreams and desires.

  • Should you have a handle on your childhood dreams and aspirations.
  • Should you be able to relate to and understand a child’s minute need,
  • Should you  be in touch with the bigger picture.

You might be able to jump right onto the track of spirituality.  The essence of self leads to the center of your heart.  Only from there can we live outwardly; in touch with and fed by the inner essence heart and soul provides.

 

Authentic Self Search; due for release in March 2016

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