“Stop your daydreaming, Bobby.” My mother would say that to me. Who taught her that? Who was the first to say that? Who convinced everyone that daydreaming is a waste of time?
The truth of the matter is that daydreaming is the way to myriad riches of every nature. That’s right – through the tool of attentive daydreaming, Thomas Edison invented the light bulb. Henry Ford came up with the horseless buggy. Bill Gates put a computer in millions of homes.
The secret to effective daydreaming is to learn to live in that dream like it is truly so, right here, right now. Feel the realness of it. Feeeeel it; feel the imagined outcome that you are dreaming about – owning that nice house, getting that great job, or meeting your perfect soul mate. See it like it’s already so … and soon your physical eyes will see what to the world was a big “No.”
Imagine with vividness the outcome you want to see, and nothing can stop that outcome from being dressed in physical clothing for thee.
Pay attention to what you daydream about. You are playing with a most powerful magical potion when you take the time to travel to that other dimension where your imaginings dwell. Take your daydreams more seriously. Have faith in your abstractions, and they will compel you to take action. This is a vital step to turning your fantasies into realities.
Magic is an illusion appearing real. Your life is an illusion appearing real. With the blink of an eye, a vision that was once surreal becomes real. Doubt it not. You have the power!