Over the next six days, we’re going to look at the truth about me and you. One truth is this: as children we couldn’t tell the difference between lies and the truth if our lives depended on it. In fact, our lives did depend on it, but we were helpless; we couldn’t discern myth from reality. And that’s why, as adults, life doesn’t flow as well as it should for so many of us – we’re still holding onto lies about being inadequate or unworthy, and insisting these lies are true. We even build forts to defend our beliefs; forts in our minds and forts in the world.
Over the next six blogs, we will look directly at matters that matter – matters that can help us put our feet squarely on the ground and walk a direct path to where we want to go, so we can be who we want to be. Let’s begin:
Lesson 3 of 6: Deliberate Daydreaming
Ready for Lesson 3? Semyon Kirilian developed a method of high frequency photography. With this invention he discovered that you have an energy body that is an exact replica of your physical body – or perhaps it should be said the other way: your physical body is an exact replica of your energy body, and the physical body mirrors what happens in the energy body. The discovery of this energy body that permeates your physical body helps explain phenomena like telepathy and psychic healing. It also helped explain how a healthy body is the result of a balanced energy body, flowing in harmony with all of the elements of the universe. Your energy body is what gives life to your daydreams; it’s what has you able to imagine something happening until it feeeeels real. And when it feels real, you are able to go out into the world and do what it takes to turn that imagining into reality in your world. Now that you know about this energy body and the power it gives you to make your dreams come true, it’s time to take your daydreaming activity more seriously. Be deliberate about what you daydream about. When imagination intersects with reality – imagination can prevail if you do what it takes to make it come true. The Wright Brothers imagined a heavier-than-air flying machine. You have your frequent flyer miles because of their daydreams! How can you use this lesson to make your day better? What insight does it give you to solve a problem or challenge confronting you?
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