For some time now you have held a dream close to your heart. It has filled you with happiness to think of it coming true and you’ve allowed yourself the languid pleasure of daydreaming about how it will look and feel once experienced. It has nurtured your hope and nourished your faith. Then it starts to materialise.
Suddenly you find yourself caught up in the excitement of it becoming tangible. Then, as if lurking in a dark alley way, fear appears ready to be a game changer. “What if it’s too soon? What if I fail? What if I don’t have what it takes after all to pull this off?” What if, what if, what if.
Your ego comes into play, and oddly enough, does it’s best to undermine your new reality by engaging you in negative self talk.
So here you stand with the very creation that you have dreamed into a manifested/manifesting state and the same you starts to almost talk it out of existence. Yes it’s a quandary but it need not be.
Try this instead. Silence your mind for a moment. Take a few deep breaths, or place your attention on a physical object or landscape, and let your thoughts ease. Now check in with your feelings and take time to describe these to yourself. How do you feel? Where is it warm? Where are you buzzing? Where in you feels at peace? You may discover other sensations like elation, excitement, bliss, wonder, awe and gratitude. Stay in the feeling state a little while longer. Really soak up the abundance of good energy that circulates your being.
Look at your project again – this new reality that you have manifested. With your heart open and excitement coursing through your veins, continue with your leap of faith.
The flow is already coming to you. No need to block it and certainly you won’t want to control this. All that is required is your allowing and subsequent joyfulness at your own creative magnificence.
This is yours. You deserve every delicious feeling that arises. Know that no one can take this away from you, especially not yourself if you stay in faith and the present moment.
Feel more, fear less and keep living the dream.
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