Welcome to Day Eight of the 30-Day “No Limits” Challenge. //

Today’s lesson is all about dreaming BIG, BIG, BIG…and then encouraging yourself to DREAM EVEN BIGGER!

In today’s video I share three different possibilities to create more money, and I want you to modify what I’ve done to fit your own vision.

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Today’s Challenge:

Step One: Create three scenarios that make you really excited about creating more money.

Step Two: Then challenge yourself to make each vision even bigger and better!

For example: If you said, What would my life look like if….I had enough money to buy my dream home? Then to make it bigger, you might say, What would my life look like if….I had enough money to buy my dream home in my dream city?

Then make it even bigger! What would my life look like if….I had enough money to buy my dream home in my dream city AND I had enough money to buy my dream office downtown!

Step Three: Play with your vision until you feel really, really excited!

I personally love talking out loud about my vision. Do what feels good to you. Maybe you like journaling about your vision or finding pictures that help you create a real picture of your dream. Do whatever makes you feel alive and excited!

Alright, sweet one. The point of today’s lesson is not to figure out how to make this happen. The point is to revel in your enthusiasm and excitement of what is possible. It is an exercise of your active imagination—an opportunity to create a vision of your future that is even better than you can currently fathom!

xoxo,

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2 comments on “It’s Time To Dream So Big That You’re Bursting With Excitement About What Is Possible”

  1. On this matter of thinking and dreaming big I appreciate your qualifying statement, Misty: “The point of today’s lesson is not to figure out how to make this happen. The point is to revel in your enthusiasm and excitement of what is possible.” There is certainly something to be said for creative imagination and a vision of what could be. In this connection I always recall a statement in the Book of Proverbs: “Where there is no vision the people perish.” To which I would add, where there is vision the people live.

    I have been inspired and guided over many decades by just one vision and dream: humanity restored to its original pristine state, paradise if you will, some refer to it as “the Motherland.” A state where human beings are living together in peace and harmony and individually and collectively releasing the power of creation that blesses the Earth so exquisitely that it glows like a sun. The Sunrise Ranch community states as its vision and purpose: “The spiritual regeneration of humanity.” We don’t know exactly what it will look like, but it gives us momentum and keeps us moving forward.

    There is one drawback to holding a big dream and that is holding it too closely. In other words, becoming overly dismayed, maybe even devastated, when your dream is not materializing according to your expectations. Maybe it is wise not to entertain any expectations but just to hold your dream loosely, simply letting the possibility inspire you in the moment to keep moving forward.

    • Expectation seems to be a big stumbling block for many of us. =) Trusting that all is occurring for our (and everyone’s) highest good is often easier said than done, but I think it’s possible. I like how you word it “hold a dream loosely”. We can hold the vision of our deepest desires yet not be attached to how they manifest—trusting all is in Divine order with Divine timing. Love it, Jerry. Thanks for your comment.

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