Every dream that I have ever had has come true.
Now, you might say to yourself, that’s impossible. If that were true, then, why didn’t he just dream for a billion dollars, or, to become President of the United States of America?
Well, I didn’t. Let’s be clear: loosely wanting something is not the same thing as dreaming for it.
Dreaming for something to happen is much more of an active and binding process.
For example, when I was a young and depressed teenager, I dreamed that one day I would just get to be alone, and do whatever I wanted, in my own little ‘black hole’, away from all family and friends, and be left to my own devices.
Well, that did happen, and I almost died. (Which is what I, however misguided, wanted.)
That’s an example of a negative dream.
On the positive side, I dreamed that I would one day marry the perfect woman for me, have children, own a home, transform my body, and grow my career in certain ways … and all of those things came true.
Not because I was lucky, but because I wanted them to.
Whatever you want, badly enough, you will manifest.
Carl Jung famously taught us that ‘the future is unconsciously prepared long in advance’.
Look around, and, the more you open yourself to that possibility, the more you will see how it is true.