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Manifesting Our Dreams March 1, 2016

Posted by nrhatch in Happiness, Humor, Magick & Mystery.
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I believe that at our most authentic/intuitive level, we want (for us) what the Universe wants for us.

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So, unless we do something “counter-intuitive” . . . we manifest our dreams even if we aren’t consciously aware that they are “our” dreams.

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Our lives tend to unfold as they should . . . with or without our assistance.

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Sometimes they unfold as they should even with extreme resistance on our part (e.g., “NO! I don’t want to change!”).

Perhaps bringing our intention to the mix, gets us where we are intended to be that much sooner ~ a move, a new career, better relationships, improved health, etc.

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Aah . . . that’s better!

First published:  Brainstorming Strategies (Pocket Perspective)

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1. Jill Weatherholt - March 1, 2016

Oh, Nancy, how these words speak to me. So true!

nrhatch - March 1, 2016

Our preferences play a part, allowing us pick and choose as the path unfolds before us. As long as we keep moving in the direction of “happiness,” we’re drawn to what intuitively appeals . . . which is that which resonates with who we really are.

And if we stall in our tracks, discontentedness pushes us forward.

2. anotherday2paradise - March 1, 2016

I’m sure this is very true. I’m still waiting to feel the benefit of the huge change we’re going through, but I’m sure we’ll get there in the end, 🙂

nrhatch - March 1, 2016

Hermit Crabs have it so much easier when they move from house to house! 😛

Hope your new abode is soon Home Sweet Home.

anotherday2paradise - March 1, 2016

Hehehe Lucky them, and no dust. What bliss! 🙂

nrhatch - March 1, 2016

And furniture arrangement is a breeze!

3. Ally Bean - March 1, 2016

My mother used to say that kids grow up in spite of what you try to get them to do. We all are who we are. Sadly though, in this noisy world, it’s easy to lose track of that inner voice. Love the images on this post.

nrhatch - March 1, 2016

Yes! We can quickly lose our way when we look to others for guidance on what to be, say, think, and do. When we rely on our inner compass, we’re less apt to get turned around and lose our way.

I’m with you . . . this little hermit crab has pizzazz!

4. Nine Cent Girl - March 1, 2016

Love the undercurrent of positive in this message. Thank you!

nrhatch - March 1, 2016

Thanks! Glad you enjoyed the positive undercurrents.

5. JOriginal Muse - March 1, 2016

Excellent post and reminders of how life works and/or how we make it work for us 😉

nrhatch - March 1, 2016

We can’t always get what we “want” . . . but if we try sometime, we just might find, we get what we need!

6. Behind the Story - March 1, 2016

There are so many people and institutions out there trying to push us in directions THEY think are right. It’s comforting to find our own way and be happy that we are manifesting our own dreams. I love your title.

nrhatch - March 1, 2016

I just finished watching Bridge of Spies ~ the attorney, Donovan, stuck to his guns even when the CIA, Russia, and East Germany did their best to push him around.

Here’s to manifesting OUR dreams!

7. Eric Tonningsen - March 1, 2016

When we keep thinking it’s entirely our plan, one we’re in control of, we’ve lost. 🙂

nrhatch - March 1, 2016

Best to toss our “plans” aside and go with the flow. WHEEEE!!!

8. Carol Ferenc - March 1, 2016

Love this post, Nancy. It’s all about choices, isn’t it?

nrhatch - March 1, 2016

If we keep following the trail of breadcrumbs, we often find we are right where we need to be when we need to be there.

9. Val Boyko - March 1, 2016

Great message. The hermit crab steals the show though 😆

nrhatch - March 1, 2016

I knew he would steal the show! And that’s OK . . . because he’s a great poster child for seeing what’s offered Here and Now. 😀

Val Boyko - March 2, 2016

Never thought of Hermy C as a poster child. 😆

nrhatch - March 2, 2016

He’s very one dimensional . . . with a flat affect. :mrgreen:

10. Debra - March 1, 2016

I frequently notice that often what appear to be the biggest setbacks are also responsible for shifting my position or perspective just enough for me to realize that I’m now closer to something I’ve been waiting for or wanting–it’s quite amazing how not resisting the flow of life brings a lot of good things forward. And I love the little crab!

nrhatch - March 1, 2016

I love that little guy!

And I agree with you about not resisting the flow of life ~> synchronicity often reveals what we need to know at the “perfect time.”

11. Under the Oaks - March 2, 2016

I am for going with the flow, I just need to stay out of its way… 😀

nrhatch - March 2, 2016

Here’s to ALWAYS knowing what to do . . . except for when we don’t! 🙄

Under the Oaks - March 2, 2016

LOL!

12. BunKaryudo - March 2, 2016

Funnily enough, I’ve had relatives who lived in the bottom of beer cans, at least metaphorically speaking.

nrhatch - March 2, 2016

And let’s not forget that you “brown bag” it every day! 😛

BunKaryudo - March 2, 2016

That’s true. 🙂

13. Tiny - March 2, 2016

I believe this to be true, Nancy. And love how the story unfolded for our friend here 😀

nrhatch - March 2, 2016

Yes! He seems quite satisfied with his change in digs!

Here’s to being awake and aware enough to notice “synchronicities” in our path.

14. L. Marie - March 3, 2016

I don’t know how I missed this one. But I read it on the day that I needed this message the most, Nancy! And that’s today.

nrhatch - March 3, 2016

Yay! I love it when that happens . . . when a message reaches us at the “perfect time.”


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