We all know that in order to make your dreams come true the essential, necessary ingredient is a strong will. But it’s not that simple after all. It’s not just will that you need, and you can’t make your dreams come true just by thinking about them.
If making your dreams come true was that easy, everybody would have been living their dream by now.
To have a dream and a strong will is the easy part but moving forward is where the go getters rise above the ‘dreamers’.
Even if you have all the talents and all the predispositions you need it’s not a clear way to fulfilling your dreams. Probably the most important thing, even more important, or at least equally important as a strong will, is to have the right mindset and the right tools in hand.
First and foremost, you need to know what your dream is. Second, you have to believe that you have the full capability to fulfill your dreams and have a strong will to do that. Third, you need the right tools in chasing those dreams. If you have these three, then you’re good to go. Here are the 5 tools that will help you on your journey!
If You Want To Make Your Dreams Come True You Need These 5 Tools:
1. The right intentions.
Dreams that aren’t founded on the right intentions are bound to be swayed by the ego and feelings of not having enough. Setting the right intentions connects you to the sacred place within you that already embodies the states you wish for yourself.
Your intentions should be based on the reasons behind your dreams. Once you have set the right intentions, you will be guided to act in accordance with your profound values as you pursue your dreams.
2. A clear list of your dreams and intentions.
Your dreams become tangible when you put it on paper. By writing it down, you will have a clearer picture of the things you want to have or want to become.
This releases your dreams from your heart, which means you’re ready to face them and work for them in the real world.
Once you have made your list, read them before bed at night and after you wake up, trusting fully that they’re being released to the field of pure potentiality and will happen in accordance to divine timing.
3. A vision board.
If you haven’t created one yet, vision boards do help a lot. First, vision boards can entice you to visualize your dreams throughout the day if you see them often. Second, your dreams will likely come into reality when you have created a sacred space for them.
The fact that you intend the vision boards to bring whatever is on it to life will set everything in motion.
You don’t have to be super creative to make an amazing vision board. Just focus on the things you want including the feelings you want to feel.
You can check out on the internet for the best vision boards samples.
4. An accountability partner.
Sharing your dreams with someone you trust makes them more real and attainable.
Seek out an accountability partner whom you know will give you encouragement and knows how to cheer you up when the going gets tough.
Most often these people are your loved ones who are always supportive of all your undertakings.
People who already have what you want are the best mentors too. They’ll likely help you if you’re bold enough to ask them.
5. A visualization practice.
The best time to practice visualization is before going to bed because your unconscious mind will do its magnificent work while you’re asleep.
Begin by asking what you want then let the emotions flow having an imagery of yourself already fulfilling your dreams. Involve all the five senses: see it, touch it, smell it, hear it, and taste it.
Do this practice every night or even during the day when you feel like doing it.
Remember, what you focus on, expands.