Why do dreams come true for some people, and for others – they remain just dreams?
Is there some easy, effective way to fulfill one’s dreams without turning our entire life upside down, and staying true to who we are?
I have learned such a method. I have used it many times, and it always worked.
And now I am happy to share it with you.
Here is a short fragment from my book “Master and The Green-Eyed Hope”:
“I spent my summer evenings writing a screenplay, just to exercise my skills. There was a writing course starting the next year, and I wanted to take it (Ryerson University, film school, Toronto – where I was studying). The new/old wooden desk in the bedroom was very comfortable, and I had enough privacy there to dive into the world I was creating on the page.
If I don’t improve my English, and quickly, — I thought — it will be hard for me to keep up with the requirements of that course.
Rhami–yata gave in to my pleading and finally shared the method for fast learning, the one he had promised to teach me the other day.
“I am here and now — for a reason, and because such is my choice. I am fulfilling my purpose, by being here and now.”
He told me that such a statement could be useful in both the material and the spiritual world when one needed to concentrate and successfully complete a task at hand.
I kept repeating the statement, visualizing myself fluent in spoken and written English, and as I did that, I indeed noticed that all of my thoughts could successfully focus on my intention. Funny, that intention suddenly did not feel like merely a wish anymore. It felt like a solid reality that had “magically” come into existence as if the task had already been accomplished. Yes, there was still some action required of me. Yet the action was now inspired and easy.
I practiced that method over the entire summer, and writing the screenplay became easier and easier. Soon, I realized that my vocabulary and grammar had significantly improved, seemingly with no effort or additional study. The dictionary was rarely in use now, as if I had “magically” learned a lot of new words and expressions. English was pouring into my consciousness quickly and easily as if any word I had ever heard before was now remembered and understood.
While repeating the whole “here and now” statement, — I wrote in my notebook – it is important to reach a feeling of completion, and then there is no further need to continue visualizing. Now one can move forward and implement an action. Such action would be easier and lead one to a quicker accomplishment of their goal.
“There are some requirements though,” Rhami-yata had warned me, “and if they’re not fulfilled, the formula won’t work.”
“I will fulfill them, Father,” I’d said eagerly. “What are they?”
And so I had learned that one needed to really have a REASON, a PURPOSE for WHY they wanted their wishes to come true. For instance, just wishing for a stash of money would not work at all. But, if one wanted to have a stash of money and use it, for example, to buy a new house and improve their family’s life, which in turn could benefit OTHER PEOPLE, then, “magically”, after visualizing and repeating the statement one would get the inspiration and be helped to achieve their wish.
“Always remember that the more people benefit from your intention, the better the formula will work. It is not meant to indulge anybody’s Ego and selfishness.”
The other important requirement was to clearly define the way of benefiting others: in our example, for instance, one needed to visualize HOW they were helping others once they were financially better off. No vague ideas or promises would work at all.
And so I made another promise to myself: after I became a filmmaker, I would use my skills to benefit everyone I could. I developed an entire plan of how I would achieve that, and kept visualizing that until the feeling of completion took over. It was time to roll up my sleeves and get to work. The new school year was starting in just a few days.” – END OF THE EXCERPT
This method works each and every time as long as what you want agrees with what is true to you, deep in your Heart.
* In The Master Teachings of HOPE, we use the word “Heart” to describe the core of our essence, our “pure inner person”. The part of us where we hold our own, beautiful truth, free of any conditioning and fears.
Never give up on your dreams. You deserve the best and you’ll find a way to get what you want.
Make a promise to yourself to never forsake what’s true to you and keep your own word. Things will happen faster than you can imagine!