I get these free emails from Mike Dooley’s website, Tut. He has a fascinating way of looking at the world. If you like the email below, sign up!
I met Mike once at a speaking conference.
OK, really, I just sort of stalked him unsuccessfully and finally ended up standing in line with dozens of other people at a book signing. I wouldn’t say we had a conversation, per se, but I did tell him my name when he asked. I’m sure he’d remember me.
Here’s his note for today:
Do you know what happens, Shawna, when a dream comes true and you feel your joy bubbling over into wide grins and happy dances?
Your energy actually spills over into the oceans of time and reaches into the past where it laps upon the shores of a former here and now, infusing a former unsuspecting self (who is still merrily living their life due to time’s “simultaneousity”) with a flash of inspiration or a burst of intuition and hope for what the future might hold.
Whew… and that, my friend, is the truth about where dreams come from.
Notes from the Universe are the personalized daily email from Mike Dooley that I absolute love. They always seem to tie in to what I’ve been thinking about or what I need to hear.
And they’re free!
Here’s my note for today:
About those dreams you have each night, Shawna, that you don’t quite remember…
Well, those are the ones in which you hold sway over the stars, possessing the keys to the entire Universe, and in which all the angels sing your name in praise. The very same ones in which you summon legions to do your bidding, create worlds to play your games, and unflinchingly orchestrate challenges that are so intense, you completely forget you’re even dreaming.
And you’re having one right now.
Now, repeat after me, “I will remember I’m dreaming, I’m perfectly safe and sound, and that rumble in the jungle… is just me.”
Just returned from a conference featuring Mike Dooley! He talks about the importance of visualizing, so I made a vision board for house design, kind of like a Pinterest board. I’m doing another one for optimal health — yoga, walking, healthy food. No cookies, dammit.