The difference between dreams and reality

Dithering, as I was early this morning, about what – if anything – I was going to inflict on my poor unsuspecting reader today,  when into my inbox popped this email from Bob Proctor (one of the ‘gurus’ Stephen recommended I read):

“Here is an interesting concept that I have used ever since I can remember and that I have shared in my seminars for years. If you’re interested in setting a sizeable goal, I know it will help you too!

I want to talk about Fantasy, Theory, Fact. The basis for this concept is that everything has its origination in the form of a Fantasy, which some adventurous soul dares turn into a theory and then becomes bold enough to turn into a fact. This entire transition, of course, is the result of the highest form of no-limit, positive thinking available, yet, the cautious may construe this as erratic behavior.

Give this serious thought for a moment. The idea of moon landings, communicating via a fax machine, traveling on supersonic jets or wearing synthetic garments was, a very short time ago, sheer fantasy. Today, they are almost considered commonplace. Why? How did these things come about?

This entire cosmos is filled with thought stuff – a creative form of energy. Imagination is one of our mental faculties and it is the one we use to fantasize. An active imagination is able to build clear and vivid images. The most important step in building your fantasy is that you not concern yourself with how your fantasy is going to become a reality. Where the resources will come from is of absolutely no concern to you. Let the image evolve freely in your mind. Build the picture in color … feel it, smell it, taste it, touch it … all through the aid of your imagination.

Once you’ve built your fantasy, turning it into a theory calls for you to answer two questions: Are You Able? Are You Willing?

You could very easily be thinking, “Yes. But!” At this point, it’s important to remember that you are stepping out of your comfort zone and attempting to go beyond the limits that your old belief system dictate… and whenever that happens, doubt, immediately followed by fear, enters the picture. To be able to answer this question in the affirmative–“Yes, I am definitely able,” does not mean that you have to know how it will happen. There is no way that you could know how it will happen…you have never done it before, it’s a brand new experience. The Wright Brothers didn’t know how to fly when they fantasized themselves doing it! They just believed they could.

The second question: Are you willing? Are you willing to pay the price? Are you willing to make the sacrifices that will be required to turn your dream into a reality? And you know that there will be sacrifices. My mentor, Val Van De Wall shared with me that most people think sacrifice is giving up something. That’s not true. Sacrifice is merely releasing something of a lower nature to make room for something of a higher nature.

The minute you answer–“Yes, I am able!” and “Yes, I am willing!” … your fantasy moves to the next phase of creation and becomes a theory in your consciousness and, at this point, it turns into a goal.

The process of turning your fantasy to fact is ready to move into the final stage … fact. From this point on, it becomes a lawful process. As you turn the image over to your universal subconscious mind by getting emotionally involved with the image, the laws of the universe kick into gear and begin to turn that image into physical form. The law of perpetual transmutation takes that image and begins to move it into form with and through you. Your vibration starts to change and that causes your behavior to change. Your new vibration sets up an attractive force and begins to attract to you all things requisite to the fulfillment of the picture, through the harmonious vibration of the law of attraction. Although you have no way of knowing exactly how it will move into form, faith and your understanding of the laws will create a knowing within you that it must move into form.

This is the very process that has taken us out of the cave and into the condominium. Let your mind play. Fantasize a much better form of life than you presently enjoy.

To your success,
Bob Proctor “

So, dear reader, now all we have to do is dream and then do it!  What do you reckon?!

And yes, Stephen, I know it’s what you’ve been encouraging me to do for months and months!

Maybe now, at last, I’m ready to fantasize and then ……………..!

6 thoughts on “The difference between dreams and reality

  1. Wow. Overall, I understand and agree with the concept. If you really, really want to do something, and really, really believe you can, then chances are that yes, you will make it happen.
    But I must say that all the pseudo-science stuff immediately got my bristles up and unfortunately. Call me old-fashioned, but I find it very hard to take anyone who ascertains that “This entire cosmos is filled with thought stuff – a creative form of energy.” or “Your new vibration sets up an attractive force ” seriously.
    I mean, what’s wrong with plain old psychology?
    Still, thanks for sharing and good luck with the fantasising. Think I can start doing that too! 🙂

  2. I really enjoyed this. Moving from fact to fantasy and dreams to reality can make any life more exciting. You just get mre bouncy and positive by the day. This reader really enjoyes seeing this in you

  3. I think the words he uses are perhaps a bit “American!” (sorry American reader!) but, actually, I rather like the idea of “My new vibration setting up an attractive force!!”

    I read this to mean that when we are feeling positive and happy it shows on our faces and in our behaviours and that attracts others to us. Those who wish to ‘be part of what we’re “on”‘!

    I know the morning I walked by my local lake when I was feeling happy and glad to be alive suddenly everyone said good morning, they smiled and grinned at me! I must have been giving out very positive signals to attract so much attention. It was a lovely morning.

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