The path to your dream looks impossible before you start

Everyone (really, literally, everyone!) that I’ve coached over the years starts out feeling like there is this impossible chasm that sits between them and their dream – and they don’t have the skills or materials to build a bridge big enough to cross it.

The truth is: the path to your dream only looks impossible before you start, and that you already do have, within you, everything you need to cross that chasm.

In fact, crossing that “impossible chasm” becomes your very own hero’s journey. It grows you towards your True Self and into the version of you who can make your dream real.

After 10 years of teaching, and 25 years of exploring the intersection of creativity and spirituality, this is what I’ve learned: It’s not one path. It’s three paths.

They are: Dream Work, Inner Work and Outer Work.

We all tend to focus on the outer path – because that’s where it’s easiest to see and measure change. But that’s not where change happens.

Change starts inside of us, and the path that change takes before it becomes visible in your outer world is almost never the path we think it’s going to take. You know what I mean?

The process of growth and change is unpredictable. The way to manage this unpredictability and not let it throw you off course is to be working with it in three different ways, simultaneously: dream work, inner work and outer work.

Doing this is less complicated than it sounds.

When you follow the principles of Creative Dream Alchemy, your next steps materialize in front of you. You discover that you don’t have to take a huge scary leap of faith –  you can actually baby-step your way, all the way there.

Starting tomorrow, over the next few weeks as I get ready for the new free class happening on May 1, I’m going to be sharing those principles here on my blog and on Instagram, Pinterest and Facebook, one at a time. If you’d like to get these posts sent to you by email you can subscribe to my blog right here.

You can read them all here right now but exploring just one a day can help you see them more clearly.

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