Write Down Your Dreams
I was told a couple of years ago to write down my dreams. I didn’t understand until recently what they meant, but I think I know now. These appear to be affirmations, and I guess they are, but they are also my dreams. The things I dream for myself:
I can enjoy beautiful weather, I can let it make me happy. I can let myself be happy.
I can focus on writing today.
I can take ownership of my work.
I can wake up in the morning and be motivated and excited to do the things to care about myself to start my day. I can wake up loving myself. I can wake up loved.
I am thought of by my loved one.
My loved one wants to surprise me because they know I love surprises.
I enjoy moments, in the moment.
I finish my thesis. I feel the accomplishment.
I know my fulfillment, what inspires me.
I discover an occupation that I do from my heart, that I am not afraid to put my whole self into, that I can build on forever.
I love from my heart.
I discover my heart.
I radiate contentment, eager anticipation, heartfelt motivation.
I am at ease, safe, happy, comfortable with my loved one.
I act on my honest feelings.
I have a clean, airy, sunny, home.
I have enough of everything that I need.
I share my fortune in life.
p.s. I never could have thought of let alone written these things down a year ago…
I have come a long way.
Posted on August 23, 2013, in 12-step, AA, Addiction, Adult Children, codependence, emotional abuse, emotional sobriety, Meditation, recovery, Relationship, Uncategorized, withdrawal. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.