What A Day For A Daydream!

My favorite teachers on the Law of Attraction are Esther Hicks/Abraham.  I like them because their teachings are simple, consistent and humorous.  Whether I’m reading their books, watching their videos or listening to their CD’s, I always come away with the same basic understanding~ the essential key to attracting what we want is to generate the feeling of having itUnless we experience the feeling (vibration), we can’t attract the thing, because we aren’t a vibrational match.  We must let ourselves IMAGINE the way we will FEEL when we actually have the fill-in-the-blank (happiness, success, money, relationship, health, home, peace…)

As a general rule, most people don’t do this, because we were never told how important it is.  I certainly can’t remember my parents or teachers telling me to spend time visualizing my goals.  Worse than that, I can remember being told to “stop daydreaming!”  So now, I’m making up for lost time and I’d like to encourage you to do the same~ Start Daydreaming!

It’s really fun and it’s really easy and I can promise you it’s not a waste of your time.  Close your eyes and, for a few minutes, think about whatever it is that you’re wanting.  Instead of thinking about how you don’t have it, pretend you do have it.  Pretend you’re watching a movie where you are the Star AND the Director.  Let yourself really see it, to the point that you can really FEEL it.  The more often you do it, the more fun you’ll have with it, and the more fun you have with it, the more often you’ll do it, and the more often you do it, the more you’ll be generating the all-important feelings that you’ll be feeling when you have whatever it is you want to have. (Is that last sentence too long?)  In a nutshell, you have to feel it before you can hold it.

I know many of you visualize on a regular basis and I’d love to hear your thoughts and ideas on this.  For those who don’t, wouldn’t today be a perfect day to start daydreaming?  I believe it would! What do you believe?

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6 Responses to What A Day For A Daydream!

  1. Linda, What a great article on something so simple but so hard for most people to do. I also agree that we have been told to stop day dreaming so many times that we are now condition to believe that it’s a bad thing to day dream. We need to make a national DAY DREAM month and let’s have fun again in such difficult times…Thanks again for your time.

    Mike Benton

    • I really like your idea Mike~”National Daydream Day”! The more people who daydream, the happier those people will be. The more happy people around us, the happier we will be. The happier we are, the better we vibrate. And the better we vibrate, the better equipped we are to attract everything we want. Brilliant! Thanks for sharing Mike.

  2. Mary Silva

    Thanks, Lindar. I will do some daydreaming this morning.

    We all visualize and day dream… consciously or unconsciously! We must make a practice of doing it consciously…. and with our focus on WHAT we want and NOT on HOW we will get what we want! When we start going down the HOW road, chances are that fear and concern will creap into our mental pictures! That is always my biggest struggle…. trying not to think about the HOW part! No doubt that meditation helps me feel a more “calm allowing” of what I want and makes me more confident that it will happen.

    Here’s to a great day of daydreaming!

    • Mary, you make a great point. We ALL visualize and daydream~ALL the time! And if we can catch ourselves from going down How Street, we stand a much greater chance of having fun with this and (love your choice of words!) allowing the good that we want to come to us. Not only will it happen for you…it IS happening! Keep it growing and thanks for the great share!

  3. Linda, great reminder, thank you! I really enjoy the Abraham/Hicks teachings as well. I’m listening to their “Getting Into the Vortex: Meditation CDs” now. The short 15 minute meditations really help me feel good and it makes it easier to daydream.

    • OMG Kathy, that meditation CD is my absolute favorite thing…in the entire world! Bob mentioned that you recently shared it with him. If you haven’t yet, you should read my last post where I talk about just that. I couldn’t agree with you more in that the 15 minutes of guided meditation helps me feel good, which makes it easier to daydream… and do everything else, I think. Thanks so much for your comment. I really appreciate it :o)

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