Dreams – How To Create Your Future http://howtocreateyourfuture.com Free training to create whatever you want Tue, 07 Jun 2016 19:27:36 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.7.6 The World’s Greatest Goal Achiever http://howtocreateyourfuture.com/the-worlds-greatest-goal-achiever/ Wed, 12 Jun 2013 18:19:52 +0000 http://howtocreateyourfuture.com/?p=1906 Continue reading ]]>

One rainy afternoon an inspired 15-year old boy named John Goddard sat down at his kitchen table in Los Angeles and wrote three words at the top of a yellow pad, “My Life List.” Under that heading he wrote down 127 goals.

These were not simple or easy goals. They included climbing the world’s major mountains, exploring from source to mouth the longest rivers of the world, piloting the world’s fastest aircraft, running a mile in five minutes and reading the entire Encyclopedia Britannica.

Now, a generation later, he has accomplished 109 of these quests, and has logged an impressive list of records in achieving them.

Read the full list at MindPowerNews.com

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The Art Of Lucid Dreaming In 7 Easy Steps http://howtocreateyourfuture.com/the-art-of-lucid-dreaming-in-easy-7-steps/ Thu, 04 Apr 2013 17:02:03 +0000 http://howtocreateyourfuture.com/?p=1809 Continue reading ]]>

Source: FinerMinds.com

We recently looked at lucid dreaming and touched on some of the methods to bridge the gap between reality and your dreams. In this article, we’ll be exploring these techniques further and building a foundation for your lucid dream training…ensuring even sweeter dreams!

While it takes time to have your first lucid dream (averaging between three weeks to two months) don’t be discouraged if you try for a while and don’t succeed. By following these rules, and with a bit of practice, you’ll be lucid dreaming in no time.

1. Do The Mental Work

This is most crucial part of your lucid dreaming experience. And to get you started, there are four questions you need to ask yourself before you embark off on this magical journey.

  • “Do you think you can do this?” – For starters, you must have a positive attitude. If you have any doubts, then your first task is to replace every doubt with a self-empowering belief.
  • “Do you think dreams are important?” – The simple act of believing that your dreams are important will dramatically increase your results. Most people don’t place any emphasis on their dreams so they in turn don’t recall many dreams, or are aware that it is possible to have lucid dreams.
  • “Do you really want to have lucid dreams?” – The key to this question is desire and enthusiasm. The more you cultivate your desire to have lucid dreams, the more emotionally charged your intent will be.
  • “Do you know what you will do when you have a lucid dream?” – It sounds so simple, but just by having a plan you increase the odds of becoming lucid. If you have a goal or a mission planned, you will have that much more reason to become lucid and carry out your mission.

2. Learn How To Recall Your Dreams

If you have difficulty recalling your dreams, there are a few steps you can follow to help you get in touch with your sleeping fantasy world.

1. Upon awakening, don’t open your eyes or move. Allow yourself time to naturally remember your dreams and resist the urge to start thinking about what you are going to do for the day. Once you remember one part of a dream. Relax and allow the rest of the pieces to fall into place.

2. Drift through your dream checklist. If you have absolutely no initial recall, then start running through a dream checklist in your mind. This list should include people you know, activities, movement, emotions, places, foods, smells and music, anything that may trigger a dream fragment to surface.

3. Think and question backwards. Try to work your memory backwards from what you can remember. You will usually remember the most current dream scenario first so for maximum retrieval it is helpful to think backwards, or think in terms of effect and cause instead of cause and effect.

4. Try different sleeping positions. Try all your common sleeping positions before getting out of bed to maximize your recall. You will have the best recall when you are lying in the same position that you were in when you were dreaming.

3. Keep A Dream Journal

The single most important thing that you can do to increase your dream recall and to maximize your lucid dreaming progress is to keep a dream journal.

This increases your recall by ingraining the idea that dreams are important into your subconscious mind. It also helps you become familiar with your dreams, which is the focus of the next step. The habit of writing down your dreams soon becomes a habit of recalling your dreams.

4. Becoming Familiar With Your Dreams

As your dream journal grows and your dream recall increases, naturally you will become more familiar with your dreams. These recurrent patterns in your dreams are your dream signs, and they will be the first stepping stones on your path to lucid dreaming.

For example, you may have a majority of dreams in which you are in your hometown or with a particular person. By learning your distinctive dream signs, you will be able to further increase your recall and develop an intimate relationship with your dreams.

Step 5: Adding Awareness To Your Waking Consciousness

If you are more aware during the day, you will become more aware while dreaming. The fact is that you can be fully conscious, semiconscious, and not conscious at all in your dreams as well as in your waking life. It is all a matter of mindfulness. It all boils down to your level of awareness.

Not surprisingly, meditation and lucid dreaming are intimately linked. By learning more about meditating and practicing it regularly, you will be stacking the odds in your favor when it comes to lucid dreaming.

6. Differentiate Between “Reality” And “Dreaming”

While awake you should be regularly doing “reality checks”. There are two parts to a reality check. The first part is asking yourself if you are dreaming or not, and the second part is testing your surroundings to verify if in fact you are dreaming or not. By doing these during the day, this habit will eventually spill over into your dreams.

Try examining your surroundings for anything that logically should not be there. Ask if this could happen in your normal life. Look for inconsistencies. Are you somewhere you have never been before? Are you with people who live on the other side of the country? Is there an elephant in your kitchen? These are the kinds of questions that can spark your lucidity.

Step 7. Linking Your Awareness To Your Dreams

The final step is to combine what you have learned about your dreams with what you have learned about your awareness. By merging your reality checks with your dream signs, whenever you encounter one of your dream signs you’ll automatically start doing reality checks.

Inevitably you are going to dream about one of your dream signs and eventually you are going to remember to do a reality check and eventually you are going to realize that you are dreaming.

Learn how to Lucid Dream here…

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15 Foods to Power Up Your Dreams http://howtocreateyourfuture.com/15-foods-to-power-up-your-dreams/ Mon, 04 Mar 2013 18:19:08 +0000 http://howtocreateyourfuture.com/?p=1767 Continue reading ]]>

By Rebecca Turner / Source: World Of Lucid Dreaming

Some foods naturally enhance your dreams thanks to their nutrient content. Specifically, we’re looking at foods that are rich in vitamin B6 and tryptophan – as both are linked with greater dream recall and intensity.

Although this is not a magic bullet for lucid dreaming (no food or supplement is) you can use this to boost your dream recall and dream vividness. In doing so, this increases your chances of lucidity when paired with some basic techniques like dream journaling and reality checks.

Dream-Boosting Foods and Supplements

Before we look at specific dream-enhancing foods, let’s examine how and why these ingredients affect dream intensity and what levels are safe to ingest, both in terms of food consumption and as a daily supplement. Consider this a two-pronged approach: below I’ll explain why you’ll want to take a B6 supplement and eat tryptophan-rich foods in combination in order to stimulate your dream life.

Step #1 – Take a Vitamin B6 Supplement

In 2002, a double-blind study revealed that participants who took a daily 250mg B6 supplement reported a significant increase in dream content – as measured in dream vividness, bizarreness, emotionality and color.

This is actually greater than the recommended maximum daily intake for healthy adults, which is 100mg. In fact, you only need about 1.3mg of vitamin B6 each day, and you usually get that from the foods you eat.

So 100mg a day is a fair whack of a dose, especially if you take it on a prolonged basis. In the study above, participants took the 250mg dose for just 3 days. So this is not a long term experiment and should be maintained at your own discretion.

How much is too much? Doses of 500-1,000mg, taken daily for several months, can lead to sensory neuropathy (pain and numbness of the extremities).

To get started, know this: casual experiments by other dreamers have shown the amount of B6 needed to increase dream intensity varies from 100-500mg depending on the person. Try starting with a safe 100mg vitamin B6 supplement taken an hour or two before bed for just a few nights in a row, then have a break for a few weeks. If you don’t see any benefit, you can increase the nightly dose at your own risk, but remember not to do this on a prolonged basis.

Unfortunately, if you don’t want to take a B6 supplement, you’ll have to eat a heck of a lot of B6-rich foods to make that 100mg quota. (Rice bran is especially rich in B6 and yet one cup contains only 4.8mg. Meanwhile, yellow-fin tuna offers 0.88mg in a 3-ounce serving.) So, while you can eat certain B6-rich foods, getting a high enough dose to affect your dreams will realistically require a supplement.

Step #2 – Eat Tryptophan-Rich Foods

One of the roles of vitamin B6 is to convert the essential amino acid tryptophan into serotonin and niacin. This helps the body regulate appetite, sleep patterns and mood. As a result, tryptophan is used therapeutically to treat insomnia, depression and anxiety. Low levels of tryptophan are also linked with poor dream recall.

The Recommended Daily Allowance for tryptophan is 392mg for men and 322mg for women, assuming a normal RDA-level protein intake. While there is no upper limit identified, it’s interesting to note that doctors prescribe tryptophan therapeutically in doses exceeding 5g per day with no adverse effects.

On the flip side, you should also be aware that the FDA doesn’t allow the sale of tryptophan as a supplement due to a suspected link with EMS (eosinophilia-myalgia syndrome). Though many experts now believe the 1989 scare was caused by a contaminated batch, tryptophan is now only available on prescription.

So, in order to increase your tryptophan intake, you need to eat tryptophan-rich foods. Luckily, it’s not hard to eat sufficient tryptophan to affect your dream intensity. We’ll look at the best food sources below.

(Note: If you want to skip the whole process of eating tryptophan-rich foods and pop a pill instead, there is another workaround to the FDA ban. Instead of getting more tryptophan, take 5-HTP instead, which is what your body naturally converts tryptophan into before it becomes serotonin. A 100mg 5-HTP supplement an hour or two before bed should do the job.)

Step #3 – Make More Serotonin

The purpose of taking higher doses of vitamin B6 and tryptophan/5-HTP is to increase your serotonin levels, which play an important role in regulating the sleep/wake cycle. In particular, serotonin creates more vivid dreams at higher levels.

You may be wondering why you can’t just skip the middle-men and take serotonin supplements directly. Unfortunately these aren’t available because serotonin can’t easily cross the blood-brain barrier. Instead you must produce serotonin naturally.

All this can lead to significantly increased intensity of your regular dreams, providing the springboard many beginners seek for having lucid dreams.

15 Foods That Intensify Your Dreams

Now that we’ve got all the messy explanations out of the way, here are those foods which will enhance your dreams by ramping up your serotonin conversion.

When you’re ready to begin the dream-intensity challenge, take your vitamin B6 supplement and then fuel the fire with plenty of tryptophan-rich foods such as:

Chicken (4 oz) gives 0.41g tryptophan
Soybeans (1 cup) gives 0.39g tryptophan
Turkey (4 oz) gives 0.38g tryptophan
Tuna (4 oz) gives 0.38g tryptophan
Venison (4 oz) gives 0.36g tryptophan
Lamb (4 oz) gives 0.35g tryptophan
Salmon (4 oz) gives 0.35g tryptophan
Halibut (4 oz) gives 0.34g tryptophan
Shrimp (4 oz) gives 0.33g tryptophan
Cod (4 oz) gives 0.29g tryptophan
I realize that list is a little meat-heavy, and if you’re a vegetarian it doesn’t give many options. So here are five more veggie-friendly foods:

Kidney Beans (1 cup) gives 0.18g tryptophan
Pumpkin Seeds (0.25 cup) gives 0.17g tryptophan
Tofu (4 oz) gives 0.14g tryptophan
Cheese (1 oz) gives 0.09g tryptophan
Soy Sauce (1 tbsp) gives 0.03g tryptophan
These foods are best consumed at night with your evening meal, a few hours before bed and before ingesting your B6 pill. Sweet dreams!

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Can Dreams Predict the Future? http://howtocreateyourfuture.com/can-dreams-predict-the-future/ Sun, 02 Dec 2012 19:20:54 +0000 http://howtocreateyourfuture.com/?p=1654 Continue reading ]]>

Can dreams predict the future? There is surprisingly little scientific information available to provide concrete answers to this common question.

Accounts of predictive dreams can be found dating back to the stone age. In the Old Testament, Joseph interpreted Pharoah’s dream as predicting seven years of abundance followed by famine, an event that actually occurred. According to a close personal friend, Abraham Lincoln dreamed that his funeral was taking place in his home shortly before his death. James Watson dreamed of a spiral staircase, leading him to the discovery of the double-helix component of the structure of DNA.

Despite thousands of accounts from individuals who claim that their dreams have predicted events that actually occurred, the majority of dream experts seem to believe that these dreams are more coincidental than clairvoyant.

In his writing, Carl Jung cited as an example one of his own dreams that appeared to predict the onset of World War II. Jung did not give this dream psychic credit for two reasons. He explained that the dream was about his own perception of discord in German society at the time, and also mentioned that he didn’t connect the dream with the event until after it had occurred.

Most individuals who claim to have frequent predictive dreams often report similar patterns. They express frustration that they were not able to connect their dream with the event until after it had happened. Some accept this phenomena with relief, admitting that if they gave much weight to these dreams, they would worry constantly.

A large percentage of individuals who pay attention to their dreams report having at least one dream that predicted an event. Individuals who rarely remember their dreams have also reported these experiences. One of the most common types of dreams reported features a person the dreamer has not seen in some time. Within days, weeks or months, the dreamer receives news about that person or connects with them.

Sigmund Freud’s idea that dreams are the “royal road to the unconscious” was initially scoffed at. Although some flaws have been found in his theory, the basic premise that our minds harbor emotions and memories below the conscious level continues to have a strong influence on psychology’s treatment of mental and emotional issues. Pioneer psychoanalyst Carl Gustav Jung took Freud’s theory further, determining that dreams extract knowledge from the unconscious mind of the individual as well as the “collective unconscious.” He defined the collective unconscious as a shared history of the human race.

Famous psychic Edgar Cayce maintained that the visions presented in dreams are necessary for personal development and should be applied in waking life. Cayce said that dreams should be taken as warnings, advice and guidance toward conditions to be met. Lucid dreaming expert Stephen LaBerge reports that when we dream in a state of both sleep and wakefulness, we can solve problems, learn new skills and even create positive events in our lives.

Dreams are the product of the unconscious mind and occur in the Theta brainwave state, where we are deeply relaxed. In this state, we can connect with insight from the subconscious. In the deeper state of Delta, our minds are resting even more fully and we are further distanced from the physical world. Perhaps it is in this state that we can receive cues from the energy of people and situations that we are connected with in waking life or from Jung’s collective unconscious.

While I agree with Jung’s theory that we analyze waking life in our dreams, I have seen and experienced evidence that predictive dreams can and do occur. Everyone dreams, whether they remember their dreams or not. As human beings, we all share a connection. That connection is particularly strong among people with an emotional attachment. For instance, couples who have been together for many years tend to finish each other’s sentences or know what their partner wants before they ask. Parents “sense” when there is something wrong with their children. Perhaps this emotional, possibly “psychic” energy is better able to transmit to the unconscious when the receiver is in a deep state of relaxation and can enter the mind as a dream. Instinct may also play a part.

When we consider the ground-breaking theories of Freud and Jung, proving that dreams can divine the future is difficult, if not impossible. We know that dreams speak to us in a language of symbols that we must translate in order to interpret the meaning of the dream. The symbols have both traditional and individual meanings. For instance, a dream featuring a car that was stolen from the dreamer may not be about the physical image of a car at all. Instead, it may represent the dreamer’s freedom and independence. Dreams of death rarely mean physical death. As a dream symbol, death symbolizes endings and new beginnings. Dreams have no sense of time and the symbols that appear are often fantastic and unrealistic. In fact, dreams frequently make no sense at all! If things are not what they appear to be in dreams, how can they possibly predict events?

Dream symbolism can be quite complicated, and few individuals possess the skills necessary to arrive at a completely accurate interpretation of dreams. For some individuals dealing with deep psychological issues, dream work can be so powerful that it should be done only under the supervision of a psychiatric professional.

While experts do not seem to completely discount the idea of predictive dreams, there seems to be general agreement that these dreams are simply too “unpredictable” for anyone to have the ability to identify them as such. Since there is no way of determining that a dream is predictive until after the event happens, placing excessive belief in such dreams can be harmful, causing fear and anxiety in the dreamer. According to Freud’s “self-fulfilling prophecy,” believing and declaring that an event will occur can actually cause it to happen. Freud also said that dreams indicated wishes that the dreamer longs for to be fulfilled, which has since been viewed as a flaw in his theory.

Freud and Jung’s theories have been analyzed and implemented from a medical and psychological standpoint. Perhaps the idea of predictive dreams is too “new age” to be included in research and literature.

While there is no clear evidence proving that dreams predict the future, there is far more information proving that dreams can open the door to the inherent wisdom of the self. Some also believe that dreams are messages from the Divine. Saint Patrick believed that he was instructed to become a missionary through several dreams.

Our dreams can help us connect with knowledge from the unconscious that we cannot readily access due to the distractions of waking life. Working with our dreams can inspire us to evaluate our patterns and behaviors and work toward changing them to improve our emotional and spiritual health. When undertaken responsibly, dream interpretation is a valuable tool for personal and spiritual development.

 

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How Your Dreams Create Your Life http://howtocreateyourfuture.com/how-your-dreams-create-your-life/ Thu, 29 Nov 2012 17:59:39 +0000 http://howtocreateyourfuture.com/?p=1647 Continue reading ]]>

If you generally ignore your dreams, as most of us do, you are wasting one of the most powerful resources you have access to. Your dreams are the vital link between your conscious experience and your subconscious desires and goals.

Dreams are not random misfirings of your neurons while you sleep. Dreams are your connection to the psychological web that connects you to all other humans. Dreams connect us to what Carl Jung called the collective consciousness of our race, and this power of our dreams can teach us all that is truly important about our lives.

Modern science teaches us that we use only 15 percent of our brains. It is more accurate to state that we use 15 percent of our brains for all of the physically verifiable processes of our bodies that science can measure. It takes only 15 percent of your brain power to operate within physical reality.

The other 85 percent of your brain, by far the greater portion, is involved in all of those things which reductionist science cannot measure: your creativity, your emotions, your dreams. The truth of your life is that only a small fraction of your brain power is used in actual practical dealings with the physical world. The majority of your psychological power is engaged in drawing your experiences to you, in subtle psychological interactions with the people you meet or wish to meet, and in experiencing ramifications of future events on a psychological level before you decide to live them out in reality.

Most of this work is done in your dreams. While you sleep, you literally act out your wishes, hopes and fears with other people on a basic emotional level, and from these experiments choose which physical events to experience in your life. This is awesome power, and I urge you to take hold of it today.

Pay attention not only to your dreams, but also to the inner voice that knows what you should do. Pay attention to ideas, motivation and help. Trust your instincts.

“Your vision will become clear only when you can look into your own heart. Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakes.” –Carl Jung

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Can Weird Mind Tricks Help You Win the Lottery? http://howtocreateyourfuture.com/can-weird-mind-tricks-help-you-win-the-lottery/ http://howtocreateyourfuture.com/can-weird-mind-tricks-help-you-win-the-lottery/#comments Mon, 20 Aug 2012 17:36:05 +0000 http://howtocreateyourfuture.com/?p=1490 Continue reading ]]>

We all know the statistics on the lottery. Even if you’re not familiar with the exact numbers, you’ve probably heard phrases like, “You have a greater chance of being struck by lightning…”

If only there was some way to tip the odds in your favor. Well, they might not exactly be proven by scientific research, but there are many schools of thought on how to determine patterns in numbers or how to get luck on your side.

In this article, you will learn all about the more “alternative” ways to improve your chances at winning the lottery. From the stars in the sky to the dreams you have at night, there are many unconventional ways to attempt to get an edge on the odds.

Who can really say what turns the average person into a multi-millionaire lottery winner? Perhaps those winners kept an open mind to all of the alternative number-picking strategies available to them.

Read the full story here…

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6 Steps to Accomplish Your Craziest Goals http://howtocreateyourfuture.com/6-steps-to-accomplish-your-craziest-goals/ Thu, 21 Jun 2012 14:27:47 +0000 http://howtocreateyourfuture.com/?p=1405 Continue reading ]]>

By Tim Ferris, Author of The 4-Hour Work Week

Let us start with a quote, often misattributed to Goethe:

“Concerning all acts of initiative (and creation), there is one elementary truth, the ignorance of which kills countless ideas and splendid plans: that the moment one definitely commits oneself, then Providence moves too. All sorts of things occur to help one that would never otherwise have occurred. A whole stream of events issues from the decision, raising in one’s favor all manner of unforeseen incidents and meetings and material assistance, which no man could have dreamed would have come his way. Whatever you can do, or dream you can do, begin it. Boldness has genius, power, and magic in it. Begin it now. -William Hutchinson Murray, The Scottish Himalayan Expedition (1951)

If you want a lesson in boldness, and to cross things off of your bucket list, there is no better teacher than Ben Nemtin. His story, and that of the entire Buried Life team, is amazing.

It started with a list of 100 things and a planned two-week roadtrip. Along the way, Ben has somehow managed to play basketball with Obama, throw the first pitch at a Major League Baseball game, deliver a baby (not his), make the biggest roulette spin in Vegas’ history, and much more.

Most recently, they crossed off #19: Write a bestselling book. Their debut, What Do You Want To Do Before You Die?, just hit #1 on The New York Times, which will be announced officially April 15th. To celebrate? They’re sending a copy of the book into space.

It all seems unbelievable, which is exactly why I love this guest post from Ben.

This original content covers his 6 steps for crossing anything off of your personal bucket list. There is a method. Everyone needs a kick in the ass sometimes, and this did it for me.

READ THE FULL STORY HERE…

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The Mind Power Manifesto http://howtocreateyourfuture.com/the-mind-power-manifesto-the-mind-power-manifesto-the-mind-power-manifesto/ http://howtocreateyourfuture.com/the-mind-power-manifesto-the-mind-power-manifesto-the-mind-power-manifesto/#comments Thu, 16 Feb 2012 18:25:17 +0000 http://howtocreateyourfuture.com/?p=1197 Continue reading ]]>

By Jason & Skye Mangrum, Authors
 of Uberman, Almost Super Human

In this life, there are two kinds of beings…

There are victims, and things happen to them. And there are creators, who create as they observe.

At the deepest, sub-nuclear level, we are one. There is no separation, as drops of ocean water existing in an infinite ocean… a boundless sea of possibility…

All we have ever experienced has lived inside the visual cortex of the brain. The outward projection is an illusion.

Our sense of touch, is but an electrical impulse… A wave of focused light energy with information in the carrier-wave… a set of instructions for the brain to decode.

To feel. To see. To smell. To taste… these are illusions. Things are not as they seem. This is the veil shrouding the great mystery of life and creation… of consciousness.

You are existing right now, in your Mind.

These words you are reading, are in your brain, as every sight, every sound, every texture, every smell… but it goes deeper. The body is a projection of the Mind.

Though these concepts are difficult to grasp, they are the truth of your existence. All you experience, must be filtered through the Mind to be perceived.

The entire universe is quite literally within you.

You already understand this on some level, for when you dream, the Mind constructs vast landscapes, places actors and extras, props and plots into your reality…

They all seem external; outside of you, don’t they?

And yet, you’ve lived your entire life knowing they too were illusion, as you were comfortable in your bed… your body in a state of deep sleep, resting and relaxing.

Those who “wake up” while in the dream, realize they gain an amazing amount of control over it.
When lucid, things no longer happen to them; they create all they observe… and can begin to direct their dreams in any way they desire… the dream world becomes their playground… they become creator.

So the act of using Mind Power, is learning to “wake up” in this dream world we call physical reality. To realize that if we are one, and all we have ever seen, heard, tasted, smelled or touched has been an illusion within an electrical matrix of information and light energy…

Then we can go lucid while in this waking-state…
We can wake up and understand our place and purpose…
And we can use our Mind Power to control this dream.
If you have a Mind, you can use your Mind’s Power.

It is but a term we can use to describe the amazing phenomena we can observe as a result of utilizing the power and capabilities of our Mind, to its full potential.

Most people are so “stuck”… so caught up in this physical dream and all its external affairs that when they begin to use Mind Power, they try to change the external world…

They want a bigger house, a fancier car, more money in the bank… a love relationship… a trip around the world.

So often, they have great difficulty in manifesting these things into their dream… their inner-world remains unchanged, and so cannot be projected by the illusion into the external reality they are experiencing, inside the visual cortex of their brains.

It’s like trying to change the reflection in the mirror without changing its source, you.

But once it is announced to all aspects of the Mind… proclaimed from the inner-mountaintops of your highest being that YOU are creating as you observe, on every level and in every way… then you gain access to the control room… you can now create your reality.

Outer illusions seem to fade away into the vast sea of infinite potential… as does any concept of limitation.

So the real use of Mind Power, is using it to change your inner-world; the inner-qualities you wish to possess… the ones that create winners, masters of their destiny…

Self-confidence, greater focus, better memory… an open imagination, strength of Iron Will… higher intelligence… access to the deepest dimensions from within…

These are the hidden keys to the Kingdom, and they are already present inside of you… waiting for you to discover them and activate them fully and consciously.

For once these inner qualities are developed; exercised and mastered… you can truly begin to Know Yourself.

All the external things you want begin flowing to you.

You become the success you have been seeking, because you are now fully controlling the waking-dream world.

You are now manifesting from the inside-out.

As you create in your Mind, you are using its power to “out-picture” what you observe in the physical world.

But seek first these inner-qualities, the real treasure.

This is a meditation.

Be in this moment, and observe what you are creating.

Know that it is not what it seems to be… as your entire concept of space and time are both as false, and as real as the space and time you experience while dreaming.

To the Mind, there is no difference.

And so to you, the conscious, intelligent awareness inhabiting a temporary body… you are dreaming.

But this dream allows you to have anything you want.

It is a continuous dream, so you can experience it fully.

You are creating, and you are observing your creation.

It is both in the same moment, since there is no time.

Awaken and learn to operate with this understanding and you will become an active creator of your reality.

All Mind Powers begin and are developed from this secret.

Mind Power techniques are instructions you can consciously give to the brain that allow you to unlock the Mind’s power.

There truly are no limits, but the ones you create for yourself and reinforce through your beliefs, be them for or against you.

So expand your boundaries… become boundless in your thoughts and actions, as an infinite sea of potential energy only knows abundance.

Then, you are using Mind Power to its fullest capabilities.

This manifesto is also a meditation. As you read it, your understanding of the world inside you manifests with crystal clarity.

You become the NOW. You immerse yourself into this moment and are awe-struck by the immensity of it all… the wonder of your creation.

For you ARE the infinite sea of potential, experiencing itself in every conceivable and inconceivable way… in every life of every individual… not just human, but all of creation is within you.

Almost Super Human!

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