The Man Of My Dreams.
Truth be told, way before I knew about The Secret, when I was young, I would always imagine stories about myself in my head before I went to sleep. To me, back then, it was all play, but I dreamed about my future. I wanted to be this beautiful, sexy, smart and successful career woman. I would imagine how my life would be like, where I lived, how much money I made and how beautiful I am. Sky was the limit for that young self of mine. After all, it was just imagination!
Then, I read The Secret, and I have realized that most of the things that I have imagined when I was young already came true! At that moment, I was already in the process of being a successful career woman which eventually evolved to business. With that, I became more aware of what I had imagined before I slept each night.
As time passed by, I think I had relaxed on that habit. Soon enough, I had found myself imagining every night, a specific scenario of my “fictional” love life. He was a dashing, Australian man, a business person like me. We would meet randomly. He had great humor, very charismatic and a perfect gentleman, but in my imagination, (thinking again that it was just entertainment) had some commitment issues. To add, we had great chemistry and I knew deep inside he loved me as I loved him back, but somehow, we always end up parting ways. I would then be devastated and end the “story” in my head as a woman moving on with her beautiful and powerful “single life”.
I did this almost every night. Sometimes, the ending would be different. Sometimes he would get over it and we would get married and so on. But majority of it? Well, it ended negatively.
Again, I didn’t mind it so much because for me, it was just entertainment. This was my “play” at the end of the day to relieve some stress. I know it’s odd, but to each their own, I guess. But recently, I have realized this all came true already! Bits and pieces only, and it was a massive wake up call that I should start thinking more on the positive ending of things.
You see, in the past, I have met a man. Although he wasn’t “Australian” as I have imagined, he was a British gentleman, charismatic, has great humor, and owns a business too. He did not look like exactly as how I imagined it, but he was dashing nonetheless. We did have a connection, but again, in the end, we had to part. Just like in my imagination, I was devastated, but I have moved on to a better path.
As soon as I have realized this, I have decided to start shifting my “play time” to a more positive light. I imagined a healthy, romantic and charismatic relationship with the right guy. The better version of “the man of my dreams”, as I say. The results are yet to be seen, but I know that whether or not it does come true, at least it is more relaxing than thinking about a failed relationship before you sleep at night.
So ladies, the lesson here is to imagine the man that you want to be with in a positive light. Chances are, you are going to attract that. You may just get it in bits and pieces, but rest assured, that’s the healthiest way to receive it. Hope this inspires all of you!