Your mind is a super-computer perpetually searching for patterns and evaluating the world around you.
Many of your thoughts are practical ones focused here and now. But when you let yourself drift from the concrete into the realm of possibilities, big breakthroughs happen.
In that relaxed state, your mind functions with fewer constraints and limitations. The ideas that come to you when you are fantasizing are fueled by your deepest desires, strongest intuition and greatest discernment. Those fantasies offer invaluable insight into what you really want and the creative ways to manifest your new reality.
If you are a chronic fantasizer and daydreamer, you are in good company. Albert Einstein, Mozart, Thomas Edison, Mother Theresa, Gloria Steinem and Amelia Earhart were all known for living with their heads in the clouds. And look at the benefits and blessings their dreams produced for all of us.
Go ahead, do yourself and the rest of us a HUGE favor—engage your fantasies, write them down and share them with someone who believes in you. Respect and support your dreams and desires and success and see what happens.
What unexplored possibilities are your daydreams nudging you toward today?