Can Your Dreams Come True?

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Having a mind with free will is a really amazing thing. But we have a tendency to let it run away with us. We already know that the ego craves discipline. It can be difficult at first, but you’re a fast learner. And you will see how easy it really is with just a bit of practice.

In the meantime, we have a tendency overthink and drive hard toward the things we think we want…or need. But often times we’re overlooking one very important detail when we push hard to get what we want and it just doesn’t seem to happen for us. And that is our belief in whether it can actually happen.

Can and Will: The Difference

There is a very big difference between “willing” something and believing we can have it. We often try hard to believe that we will have it. Which is stressful and often frustratingly disappointing.

The good news is, there is actually very little effort necessary as you hone in on what it is you think want. The very first thing you need to know is “can.” “Can” is your belief in the possibility of your dreams coming true. No matter how small. This is actually what increases the chance that they will come true.

When you find “can” you will seamlessly remove the idea that you must strive, stress, and “make it happen.”

Choose “Can”

When you choose “can” you find what’s possible. And the more you nurture the idea of “can” the more you will have faith in that possibility. You can let go of the material satisfaction your ego seeks and simply pursue what you enjoy, knowing that “possibility”, no matter how slim, is on your side.

And just this faith in the possibility is what makes life’s pursuits more fulfilling, and somehow makes things “magically” happen.


This is not to say that all you have to do is lay there and do nothing. If this is what you want, then you’ve already achieved your dreams.

In the pursuit of happiness of which I speak, you are invited to do things which help you nurture your “can”. (e.g.: If I lived my dream life, I would do… …then begin to do those things and you will watch them evolve.) And if you find yourself doing things you don’t enjoy, you are invited to revisit the reason you embarked upon them. You’re invited to remember the reason you are doing them. This infinitely improves your perspective and also helps you on your quest for your “can”.

And when you find your “can” you will also find that having “faith” is that much easier.

The whole course of things goes to teach us faith. We need only obey.

Ralph Waldo Emerson