What We Focus On Appears
When we purchased our new car a few years ago I did research to decide which car would best meet our needs for our retirement years. When I finally narrowed the selection down to the one we would buy that model car appeared every place we would go. I will never forget going to the grocery or shopping center and seeing that car in many different colors parked all around us. There is a powerful lesson in this experience. What we focus on appears in our life.
The most gratification I have received from my blog is the one on creating a Dream Board. You may want to view the video where I talk about the tools from my toolbox including the Dream Board. From this posting I received great positive feedback of success stories from people of all ages including many very young children.
In our marriage I have been the pioneer, always seeking new experiences, admittedly some more rewarding than others. My “sweat lodge” experience was one my wife refused to participate in. Several months later I had to be honest with her and let her know I also did not want to repeat that again. But after witnessing positive results of many of my “misadventures” she joined in. Once she was convinced of their effectiveness she could convince others to give these experiences a try.
For several years one of the postings on our Dream Board was taking a Viking River Cruise for a Grand European Tour. We have booked that tour for next year. This is our 50th.Wedding Anniversary dream trip. We initially thought this would be our final trip abroad. But will it?
My wife loves historical romance novels particularly set in Great Britain in the era of dukes, earls, and a thriving aristocracy. She has often said if we ever took another trip to Europe she would love to go to England and visit Highclere Castle (Downtown Abbey). She has never posted this on our Dream Board and realistically after the big trip scheduled next year we do not have this projected in our budget.
Remember the dream board is focusing on the things you want to manifest into your life. It may take months to work out how you can create the desired abundance but you can still dream big.
Yesterday was a rainy day so my wife took out a jigsaw puzzle and by the end of the day it was completed. It was a great surprise to me that this puzzle is of a double decker tour bus in downtown London. There was the sign to start dreaming! I have taken a picture of the puzzle and will post it on our Dream Board.
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