Sometimes we disconnect from our dreams, and we treat them more like fantasies that will never really come true. We may have tried many times and failed to make our dreams a reality. Fear, doubts, and worries are the culprit and the real cause of what is keeping us from living the life we love.

Your capacity for Dream Building is unlimited. Everything is created twice. Everything was first a thought before it could become a thing. We have learned to look to conditions to determine what our opportunities are, but the authority and the empowerment to decide is first in our thought. When you are in harmony with your soul’s purpose, which is what you are here to be and do, things get easier.

We learn to be condition-based in our thinking because that’s the major programming on planet Earth.

In the Talmud, a mystical Jewish writing, it says, “It’s as if every single blade of grass has an angel leaning over it whispering, ‘grow, grow, and grow.’ That blade of grass will break through cement seeking the light.” There is that same pull of becoming in you.

What if we shifted our thinking, connected with our dreams, and began to accept these thoughts and ideas as viable possibilities for our lives?

Consider how different our lives would be if we believed in ourselves more and lived our dreams by refusing to give up.

Would you be in the best shape in your life, feeling happy and healthy in your body and mind?

Would your relationships with your loved ones be deep, meaningful and fulfilling?
Would you be running that business you have always wanted to open, writing the book you have had in your heart for years, or working at your dream job enjoying every minute of the day?

Would you never have to worry about money again because of the immense financial freedom you created for yourself and your family?

Would you be travelling the world in your free time, relaxing on the beach, or taking road trips to discover new places?

Know this for sure; If we live another 12 months, each of us will have a total of 525,600 minutes to live, regardless of who you are, if you live another year of life, you will have the same amount of minutes as your neighbor, your successful friend, and even the person you admire the most.