It’s so wonderful to watch people following their dreams. I love seeing people who know what they want and have the courage to pursue their passions. The television show “The Voice” showcases talented singers who want to be professional musicians.
One of these singers gave a heartfelt and inspiring performance of an Aerosmith classic, “Dream On.”
The chorus is a reminder of how it’s not enough to just dream about what you want -- in order to get what you want out of life, you have to “Dream on, until your dreams come true.”
What does that mean in terms of the Law of Attraction (LOA)?
It means that the things you feel passionate about are the things that’ll come true.
This should be very reassuring to some who may be reluctant to pursue their passions, afraid that they’ll manifest very negative consequences.
It’s important to remember that every person is a powerful creator. It’s true and you need to believe it, but it doesn’t mean that every passing fancy or every word that’s said in anger will come to pass. Physical manifestation of a desire requires more than words to become real and the LOA responds to the energy you put out on a regular basis.
The Law of Attraction (LOA) doesn’t require you to stifle your passionate outbursts. When you hold your feelings in, you don’t prevent the energy from escaping. Often, the feelings simmer and grow stronger. Keep in mind that the Universe is responding to your vibrations whether those are spoken words or silent emotions.
Think back to when you had a burst of anger and told someone you wished they were dead. It’s probably fair to say that at one time or another, you’ve had that thought about someone you actually love very deeply and really don’t want to see hurt.
If your words or even the dagger-like stares you sent out in anger were that powerful, then the LOA would litter your life with dead bodies. Fortunately, that isn’t the case.
While your emotions are powerful and therefore send out a strong vibrational signal, these sorts of passions are short-lived. They’re balanced by the love and positive energy you have -- even for the same person.
That doesn’t mean I’m suggesting that you should have explosive outbursts. The people around you will probably prefer you find a healthy and less volatile way to express your feelings. Learn to express your negative feelings quickly. Use them as a way to help you identify what you do want rather than focusing on what displeases you.
Have your dreams and your passionate outbursts be about the positive things you want to attract in your life. Talk about your dreams as if they are in your life now. Feel them as if they are already real. Fill your life with your happiest dreams, the ideas of the things you desire the most. Find ways to be the person you see yourself being. Pursue what it is you are passionate about. And dream on—and your dreams will come true.
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