FIND THE DREAMERS
Have you seen the Disney movie, “Tomorrowland?” If not, do. Give yourself permission to step into a place of innocence and watch the story unfold. The movie itself may not win an Oscar, but if you will allow yourself to listen between the lines, you may find that something within you gets triggered, a memory perhaps, that grabs hold and won’t let go. A memory?? Of what? And from where?
Call it intuition. Call it an inner drive. Call it a “knowing.” There is something inside each of us that in the beginning has no words. This is primarily because it is preverbal. It can be traced back through one’s life of memories to a particular point in time. The time of your birth.
Not meaning or wanting to override other viewpoints on this matter, here is what I myself have come to know…
… Like it or not, at the time of birth, born within each of us are dreams… dreams of possibility… dreams of what can be. I believe such dreams are the seeds of possible futures pulling us forward. They are what drive us. They in effect are a map… a map that, if followed, can lead to the fulfillment of individual and collective purpose.
And here’s the thing. Depending upon the circumstances within which each of us is born determines whether or not such dreams get nurtured and are able to grow and be fully realized. If, throughout much of your life, you’ve been given a message that has caused you to question your own self-worth, then any dream you might have entered with at birth, may rarely or never be realized. Granted, there are those who have overcome extraordinary circumstances to fulfill their dreams and such souls inspire others of us to keep putting one foot in front of another, trusting the map given at birth will lead us true.
Then, there are those of us who have indeed been cherished and nurtured with love since birth, empowered to believe in ourselves, to not just believe but to know that we have purpose and that the dreams we are born with are there for a reason.
In my book, Eyes Open, Looking for the Twelve – Blueprint for a New World, I speak of a new kind of community whose whole perspective on “society” is different from what most of us know and have thus far experienced. To quote from the book:
“As an example, people will no longer seek out a profession for the sole purpose of ‘making a living,’ setting their dreams aside. Rather, it is the dreams themselves that come in with each person at the time of birth that are nurtured and manifestation encouraged.”
It is the dreams that we are born with that will guide and help put humankind back on track. The challenge is to trust what we each have been given, letting the idea of the egocentric-self transmute into a higher state of awareness or simply dissolve altogether.
Let’s face it. Our present day world is in trouble. Given the population level of over 7,000,000,000 people on our planet, the massive drain of Earth’s natural resources, the lack of conscience at just about every level of human existence, etc. etc. etc. … it’s safe to say, yes, we’re in trouble. AND, as Casey in Tomorrowland asked, “Can we fix it?” What immediately transpires after is a journey into what then is possible.
The key here is not to give up. Trust in the dreams you are given because within each dream is not only a clue to the solutions of what seem to be impossible problems, but within each dream lies the wisdom of what is necessary to help an entire species, humanity, to wake up and become fully aware… wisdom to help sustain an ongoing higher level of consciousness as we evolve into a mature and compassionate spacefaring species.
[ NOTE: If you’ve read my book, Eyes Open, Looking for the Twelve – Blueprint for a New World, and either you believe you may be one of the Dreamers and/or are somehow a part of helping to manifest the dream described in the book, please contact me via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org . Thanks. I look forward to talking with you.]