6 Questions to ask yourself when pursuing your dreams
What's your highest priority in this lifetime?
What's most important for you to experience, explore or embrace this time around? If you answer these questions, you can start to see which path you have to take to make them come true. Through which you make your intentions more powerful and through which you attract the people and the situations that are necessary to realize your goals.
To determine the highest priority, look for things that really bring you joy. What activities did you enjoy doing as a child? What are your hobbies now?
When your goals are aligned with your soul, synchronicity kicks in to guide you to your target.
Is this your dream, or someone else's?
Are your goals your own choice, or what other think you should strive for? Do you want to look back in your old age and wish you had followed your passion? Will you regret having 'played it safe'?
It's important to get a little bit selfish and see what gets you excited right now. Life is way too short not to get everything you want out of it.
Shape your life in a way that makes you happy. By doing that, you automatically become an example for others.
Are you settling for less than?
Are you resigned to accepting lessx than your full share of love, health and success this lifetime?
If you can't activate your full potential, shape your own life to the fullest, you're depriving yourself of the chance to experience a life that really makes you happy.
How will you feel when you achieve your dream?
The Hawaiian Kahuna say, "Where your creative attention flows, so flows your life."
Now imagine that you have made your vision come true, imagine that your dream has come true. How would you feel then?
What steps can you take today toward your dream?
Don't postpone your dream. Surround yourself with the right support to immediately turn your intentions into action. Take every opportunity that aligns with your goal and your vision.
Are there smaller projects that lead to your bigger dream? If your dream is to run a marathon, train for the local fun run first. And then find a way to measure your progress. Keep track of those small victories by recording your progress in a journal.
Are you telling yourself, "I can't have that dream?"
Most people don't believe they can make their dreams come true.
Either your belief system has you believing you can't make a living doing what you love, or you feel you don't deserve your dream.
To avoid the pain of feeling you can't have your dream, you burry your dream so you can't remember you ever had a dream.