“It’s just a thought…”; “I just said that but I don’t really mean it…”; “Don’t dream, get real…” Many times we said that to ourselves or we heard it said to us. However, they constitute mini-pieces of self-hypnosis that silently nudge the direction of our lives. We are taught that “imagination is not real”. Is this for real?
Sometimes people find themselves between a rock and a hard place: they don’t like the way their reality looks like and they want IT to change, without THEM having to change anything. It’s a paradox and it’s part of being human.
This situation pressures them to ask for help, but they don’t do it wholeheartedly. Rather, they expect to be “forced” into change – just like looking for an ‘excuse’. The image that comes to mind is of a person moving forward while holding its head turned backwards.
That makes the transformation process a bit bumpy.
Everything would become nice and smooth if we were to just Allow ourselves to become that what we dream of.