Wouldn't it be nice to know exactly when your dreams will come true? When your soulmate will walk into your life - when the perfect job will come along, when the financial freedom will reveal itself?
There is a gestation period of every seed. On the back of your vegetable seeds it will give you an idea of how long until you will see the sprout. A kittens gestation period is between 56-58 days, and the elephant is 21 months (can you imagine?!) and the precious human baby is around 40 weeks.
So what is the gestation period of your dream? When will it happen? When will that idea grow into reality? We never really know. It is important to set goals and to have timelines attached to them but we really can't predict with certainly when the raise will come, when the weight will be released or when exactly any of our dreams will come to fruition.
The good news is we can cut down the gestation period with our energy and our focus. How strong is your desire for your dream and are you able to hold the vision strong when the physical evidence hasn't shown up yet? The more you can picture it in your mind, feel it in your body and serve the image with action the time between the idea and the manifestation starts to condense. And then, sometimes there are circumstances that are out of our control that seem to take our dreams further away. The temptation to be discouraged can be great and that is when a strong support structure is essential.
I want to share with you today my brother and my sister-in-laws story about their dream and the waiting process as she told it in her blog this week. It's a powerful story of dreams coming true, of waiting, of dreams falling apart and the emotional journey along the way.
By freshcrush on Jun 29, 2016 05:30 am
There’s been a few unpublished versions of this post. Many starting paragraphs keyed in and deleted. An adoption story begun, and then abandoned. A draft waiting for it’s turn. I know this isn’t the usual fun DIY, but I ask you to bear with me. Our Story I never really knew how to begin. Our […]
To dreams coming true,