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Make Your Creative Dreams Real
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Let this book be your haven, guide, fairy godmother, or map for making your creative dreams real. It's a "paper lantern" to illuminate your path. Your dreams glow in the dark even if you don't ever tend to them. They will wait for you. I know this from my experiences as a recovering procrastinator and perfectionist. My dreams waited for me -- now you can begin to make your creative dreams REAL!
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ISBN: 9781439103548
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Finding and Naming Your Dream(s)

The purpose of this chapter is to assist you in choosing a dream (or dreams) or to strengthen the one(s) you already have.

What’s Your Dream?

FIRST, I WANT TO WRAP YOU IN A CLOAK OF COMFORT AND SAFETY. Comfort coaxes dreams out. You can get some paper and markers for this next part because notes or drawings can be helpful in this process. Or, if you wish, just read along and imagine that you’re writing or drawing.

Next, I’d like to ask you to imagine that there’s a skylight or door on top of your head. Open this door and let liquid color or light pour down through your heart and the rest of your body, and out the soles of your feet. Do this several times, until you feel more space inside. Let this transform your energy and expand it. You might find yourself smiling slightly, or grinning.

now, take a deep breath

WE FORGET TO BREATHE CONSCIOUSLY, or to honor our progress with a celebratory breath.

Let this deep breath lead you into imagining or picturing your dream.

If you already know what your dream is, just make a note of it, and then if you wish, come along to explore new dreams.

If you don’t know what your dream is, or aren’t sure, I’d like to invite you to create a dream activator inside yourself. If you are reading these words, you have already done this! This is a state of mind that is curious, flexible, and ready to make decisions. Let the dream activator bring you back to the first page of the book, where you will reread the creative dream description. Next, go to pages 34, 35 and read through the dream categories.

Now, what creative dream can you imagine doing?

Let the dream activator work on your behalf to choose one.

Write it down, or have it in mind.

If you still don’t know, or aren’t ready to choose, that’s O.K., because the dream activator will work as you read this book.

I’m a recovering perfectionist who is often afraid to choose the wrong thing, so I don’t choose anything, thinking that will keep me safe. Safe from what? Safe from playing a game in a book that might bring more light into my life?


You don’t have to be tall to see the moon

African Proverb


How Living Your Dreams Benefits You and Others

DO YOU SPARKLE? Is there a certain glint in your smile? Is there a time in your day or night that belongs to no one but you, where you do something you love?

When someone asks, Are you doing what you love? Are you living your dreams? can you answer with a resounding yes? If not, are you in a process of discovering what your dreams are?

People living their dreams are more joy-full and full of life.

You can tell when you meet them because you feel refreshed or uplifted by their presence. This joy carries over into everything they do. To creative dreamdivers, the world is full of opportunities, adventures, and chances to think and act creatively. A dream liver is more likely to think of new ways to overcome challenges in life.

When you are fully, or partially, engaged in living your dreams, you actually create more energy. This energy can then be used to help others in creative and interesting ways.

PEOPLE WHO FEEL STIFLED or bored by their work, or blocked or repressed about their creative dreams, will barely have enough energy to function in their own lives, and not much or none to act on the behalf of others.

IT IS CLEAR that the living of creative dreams directly benefits the world and everyone in it.

We need more encouragement and education for creative