Where is your divine dream?

Next week is the 4th of July, a day to look forward to in the USA. So I ask you this Friday, not to look back, but to look forward. Let me explain why:

There is a lot of fear about . . . whether you’re out and about or isolating at home. One way to overcome your fear(s) is to have divine dreams.

How can you have divine dreams that overcome (dream) fears?

By breathing deeply.

To “divine” means “to discover through inspiration.” Inspiration is a sudden, brilliant, original idea. The funny thing is that inspiration is also the act of breathing in.

What happens when you are afraid? You hold your breath.

Well, don’t. You cannot be inspired if you’re afraid to inspire.

Most of the time we breathe on auto pilot. We are aware of our breathing only when we stop breathing. Don’t do the same to your dreams. Be aware of them. Give them air. Inspire to be inspired.

Right. Here’s your Friday Trigger Question:

The USA would not exist today if a few good people had not been willing to dream big.

  • What will not exist in your life if you fear to dream big?

Now inspire and be inspired.

And take a quick look back and review our 5 regular Friday Trigger Questions:

What did you succeed at or achieve this past week?

What had you planned to do or to achieve this week, but did not?

What did you fail at this past week?

What surprised you, or caught you unprepared, this past week?

What important or mutually beneficial relationship changed this week?

Bonus Question: What had you worried or concerned (i.e. feared), but never happened?