A Lesson From the Wright Brothers
Visions and dreams, actually experiencing our future before it happens, is the true fuel of motivation that guarantees the attainment of those visions and dreams.What does the dream feel like, what are you experiencing in the dream, does the dream (vision) excite you (motivate) you to act? Are you compelled by the energy and feeling you experience during your dreams?
Your dreams should cause you to experience a vibration and rush of physical feeling, like water rushing in your body. That feeling is telling you, your dream is in harmony with your potential, with who you are, and that vibration is the necessary beginnings of creation. That feeling is the deepest and strongest part of you (the human spirit) driving those dreams deep into your being at a cellular level.The molecules of creative emotion.
Everything we romance comes to pass. We have a choice. We can romance fear and worry (which is a result of not dreaming big enough or not dreaming at all) or we can dream our way to health, improved family relationships, a purpose driven life with abundance doing the things we love.
We're doing one or the other in everything we do.
The Wright brothers are a good example of visualization and dreaming. Sometime after the bike builders successfully designed and built the engine to one of their planes and flew, someone asked one of the creative brothers a compelling question. They asked, when was the most thrilling moment in flight?
The Wright brother paused and said, it was back when he was a boy laying, with his head on his pillow, and dreaming about flying.
This was an insightful answer from a human being who understood the value of dreaming big and the mechanism of human growth and potential.He understood the importance of romancing a dream experiencing our dreams before setting out on the journey of achievement.