Serendipity of Dreaming!

Quote by Gloria Steinem:
“Without leaps of imagination, or dreaming, we lose the excitement of possibilities. Dreaming, after all, is a form of planning.”
How exciting it is to wake up and write down an inspirational dream knowing that in some way it was your soul planning your next steps! Sometimes we need to go into that deep sleep dimension where there is no ego or inner critic awake disturbing our flow, and let the magic happen. Our soul is then free to speak to us through our dreams and encourage our deep down heart desires in life. 

Wouldn’t it be fascinating to be able to record our dreams as they’re happening? Sometimes I tend to forget my dreams when I wake up and it’s so frustrating because I know it was something really important and meaningful, maybe even a lesson I needed to learn. I guess there probably is some scientific method maybe to measure your emotions while you’re dreaming, whether you’re excited or calm or what your heart rate might be, but I would love to be able to record the concepts, the language, the words that my soul is speaking to me.
There are so many possibilities in life, so many open doors to enter or curves in the road to take along ones journey. Imagination and dreaming can take us there if we are open and allow our soul to speak through us, listening loud and clearly.
I have to mention my favorite Einstein quote once again: “Imagination is more important than knowledge!” It just seems to fit almost every quote I’ve read in the last 3 days! I’ve always loved the quote and years ago I designed a photo art poster, it was of a beautiful jacaranda tree blooming in its purple glory. I so loved that tree in front of my house, and I included the Einstein quote because, in reality the tree had been chopped down but I always kept it alive in my imagination.

In our imagination we can create beautiful dreams and worlds that one day may become amazing possibilities and even realities.


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