I often encourage people to dream. Dream as big as you possibly can I say. If it’s helpful, remember the things you once dreamed about when you were younger. Were they wild far-fetched things?
I remember when I was a kid, I wanted to be a vet. I also desperately wanted horses. As I got older, I grew away from these things. BUT, just last year, I had the opportunity to photograph a retreat that involved horse therapy.
While there, I remembered my love for horses. I realized that if I truly wanted to, I could in fact own a horse. I haven’t acted on it, but the point is that I could if I wanted to. What an empowering thought!
Our ability to dream makes the thing we desire even more possible, my friend.
What is it you truly want? What dreams did you leave behind as you grew into adulthood? How would it feel to give yourself the room to explore them again?
If you can, sit in meditation and connect with the dreams of your childhood. They may be buried, but I believe they are not lost.
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Hi! I’m Jillian
I would love to support you in reclaiming Joy in your work, life and play so you can wake up to a life you freaking love!