First and the most important – use the KISS principle.
KISS is an acronym for “Keep it simple, stupid” as a design principle noted by the U.S. Navy in 1960. The KISS principle states that most systems work best if they are kept simple rather than made complicated; therefore simplicity should be a key goal in design and unnecessary complexity should be avoided.
To make your dream come true you don’t need to actively work on the achieving of the end result. Usually a dream is something that you don’t even believe you can achieve. How are you going to work toward a goal that you yourself see as impossible? You don’t need to think much about how. Keep it simple.
You just need to
pay attention to everything that is related to your dream.
Make your dream known to many people.
Don’t be afraid to describe your dream to people around you. They will remember and will be helping you, even unconsciously.
Just don’t tell them how you are going to achieve it.
Don’t pray to God. Just show it your dream as a detailed mental picture.
Most of my readers’ minds are conditioned in the way that they connect a positive response from god to their “good” behavior.
If it was so, all the wealthy and lucky people in the World would be considered saints. God (as I know it) doesn’t care if you are good or bad. God has to have a clear picture of your dream to start directing you and others to that desired state. Instead of imagining a god as a person you can talk to, imagine it as group of your friends, grandfathers, grandmothers, uncles, aunts, parents, famous people, successful people, even animals. And it doesn’t matter if they are dead or alive. God consists of souls, not bodies. The more souls you attract to help you the better.
Don’t let that “law of attraction” to confuse you. It’s authors couldn’t recognize who really helps to achieve dreams and could only come up with an idea to call it “universe”. Universe has as much of ability to think as a pebble under your leg. Only conscious beings can decide to help you achieve your dreams. The only meaningful part of the above mentioned theory is “attraction’. But you don’t attract things, as “things” are not able to decide to come to you. You can only attract the attention of souls that can influence minds and thoughts and therefore actions. Attract many souls to your dream. Let them “feel” the pleasure of achieving it. Do it all the time.
expect clues and directions from the Spiritual world. If you don’t accept the idea that you communicate with the spiritual world, you will place an unnecessary barrier between you and the helping spirits. You will not pay attention to your dreams and unexpected thoughts.
If life brings discomfort, don’t fight too hard to keep things in your life that you are used to. Check if they really belong with your dream.
You will have to act in the direction of your goal.
You will have to make decisions. Always consider your dream when making important decisions in your life. Wrong decisions will not bar you forever from achieving your dream. But they will delay it.
Don’t set any specific time frame for achieving your dream.
Don’t get discouraged if it takes too long to materialize. Your team of helping spirits enjoy working for you as they depend on us to experience the life they used to have. They do their best.
Be thankful to them for your good days. You will attract them even more.
Mentally prepare yourself to behave and look like a person who already has what you are dreaming about.
Napoleon Hill, author of “Think and Grow Rich” said:
Experience has taught me that the next best thing to being truly great is to emulate the great, by feeling and action, as nearly as possible.
Emulate the greatest achievers.
Don’t bargain over the price!
Have a Burning Desire!
When you have a burning desire to possess something or see something happening, all powers will come together to make your wishes come true.
Your burning desire is full of emotions! Emotions are the most powerful attractants for the spiritual world.
How it worked with me?
Nothing of what I got seems to be cheap or little to me.
Some of my gains must look big even to the chosen few of the world.
These are just some of my dreams that came true and that I want to tell you.
Dreams that became Reality.
It was 2001 back in my country when I saw the car that looked exactly like the one on the picture. It has been parked near a house that I was passing by every day on my way to my work. I could only dream to have such an inexpensive by American measures car like Mitsubishi Galant. And my dream was bright, filled with emotions of a happy owner.
My dream to own and drive a silver metallic Mitsubishi Galant with blue tinted windows became reality after only five years in 2006. It was my car that I photographed then in Virginia, USA.
My dream of becoming a citizen of the United States of America came true after 37 years in the year 2013. I was 10 years old boy when I started to dream to be an American.
My dream to speak English and make living by using it came true 12 years after I started studying it. I started to learn English at the times when the West was considered the worst enemy of the Soviet Union and there were no indications that the communist regime would collapse during our lifetime.
My dream to know what god is was answered in 2003 – just in 10 years from the day when my father died and I could not make sense of the tons of lies and fairy tales of the traditional religions.
I dreamed of the forgiveness I would receive when I meet my father the day I die. He forgave me one night in a beautiful dream that I remembered forever.
To make your dreams come true keep dreaming. And let your dreams be bright.
By Shaheen Hajigil