Now you have come to peace-of-mind through your efforts of living in sobriety with love in your life. It is a glorious place in which to hang out, to rest. It is a haven of calmness.
Once you can live with more peace in your mind and heart, then you are able to focus more on your dreams. What are your dreams, or even just one dream? Go ahead. Think to yourself what that dream is… say it out loud or write it down.
When you speak your dream out loud or in writing, you open the door that allows the Universe to start presenting you with that dream. It’s the Law of Attraction in motion.
The thing is, you will need to take action to fulfill your dream. Notice things that are presented to you on which you can follow-up, things that get you closer to that dream.
As you take action and follow-up on what is presented to you, you will know you are headed in the right direction because things will fall easily into place. You will get the green light to continue on that path.
For example, my dream, one that I’ve had since the mid-80′s, was to go sailing and to live aboard a sailboat. My dream was to do that in the Caribbean. The opportunity to own a used 26 foot boat came about, and my husband and I acted on that by buying it. We spent the next 3-4 years sailing on weekends in the summers on a Colorado lake. We even renovated the boat.
We held the dream to cruise one day, and soon the opportunity to move to California came to us… my husband was offered a job in the Bay Area. We took the opportunity, and moved from Colorado. After a year, we found a 45 foot boat that needed a lot of work, work that we were skilled enough to do ourselves. So we bought and renovated it, and moved aboard, still with the dream of cruising one day.
Here I was, living the first part of my dream. Unfortunately, there was a lot of verbal abuse and after three years of living aboard, I left the failing marriage and continued on my own. I do not yet have a boat of my own, nor have I sailed in the Caribbean, and I still hold both of those dreams in my heart. One day, I believe one or both of those things will happen.
The key is to keep your dream in your heart, and speak it out loud periodically. Talk to other people about your dream, which sets the intention to the Universe. Keep taking action that moves you further to your dream, and recognize those opportunities as they arise. Thank Source when they arise.
What is your dream? Go ahead, dare to say it out loud, as far-fetched as it might be. Talk to others about it, then start noticing things that occur which, if you follow-up on them, will lead you closer to that dream. Thank Source for listening and hearing your intention. Keep doing that again and again, and one day, you will see that your dream has come true.
You will need to take some risks, perhaps, which will be a test of your commitment. You will need courage most of the time; in sobriety, you will find that courage. In sobriety, you can be honest with yourself about your dream.
The thing is, once you are living your dream, which I believe is your true purpose, life will take on an even calmer state. You will experience even more peace… a deep knowingness that what you are doing is correct. So, go ahead, dare to dream and reach for your dream. Surprise yourself!