Tuesday, November 8, 2011

What's Your Dream? Seven Simple Steps to Making It Come True

What's your dream?
"Reality is for those who lack imagination"  Brian Klemmer

You don't get what you want because you don't really know what that is, do you? Now you can know it and manifest it and enjoy it and even change it later to something else. Here's the openly hidden secret:

How to Visualize...
  1. Create a clear picture of “how things are.” Don’t lie to yourself. How you feel is how you feel. If it’s fear, it’s fear. 
  2. Slowly change it to what you think you want. You may not really know, but you need to start somewhere. Details later. 
  3. Surround the picture with a dark, plain frame. This focuses the scene and focus is essential for clarity. 
  4. Get a "feel" for the new picture. Comfortable? Tense? Exciting? Scary? What feelings does your picture evoke? Feelings matter here. 
  5. Slowly change the frame to a different color. See if your feelings change about the picture as your color changes. 
  6. Bring more detail into the picture, then place yourself in the center of it. Again, observe your feelings. 
  7. Now, allow the frame to slowly fade. Continue to gauge your feelings. Is this what you REALLY want? If not, go through the process again until you get a comfortable sense that you’re headed in the right direction.

Make this process a game. It will ultimately get you to your True and Comfortable Intention. Once you know that, you’re on your way to manifesting it. Don’t be surprised, though, if what you thought you wanted isn’t really what you want. Things, people, goals, and times change. And that’s OK. 

Work this simple process as often as necessary until you’re absolutely clear on what you want. Then, write it down in one clear statement. That’s when the fun begins. Once clear, you’ll be amazed at how everything begins to arrange itself in order to bring your desire into reality. It's not luck, it's energy!

But don’t take my word for it. Do it. Watch the results. They’ll speak for themselves. 


  1. Hello, condensing energy into visualising a dream or a future outcome makes sense. I've heard that asking for whatever it is if it's for the Highest Good is useful as ones' dreams and wishes sometimes are sometimes what one wants but not what one needs. This web site seems to work along similar lines though I haven't yet had results though I think they're in progress:

    make a wish: http://www.real-wishes.com

  2. Thank you for your comments. Energy is neutral. It does not make judgment calls about wants or needs. If we put the time, the effort, and the commitment into a visualization/manifestation project, we can bring it to pass. Interestingly, as we work these steps, we find ourselves aligning with the highest good of all concerned.


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