If I had unlimited wealth I would...
edited: Saturday, January 09, 2010
By D. Scott Arant
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Posted: Saturday, January 09, 2010
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Scott daydreams about having unlimited wealth and what he would do if he did...he asks you to join in this dream.
If I had unlimited wealth I would…
Have you had dreams of being wealthy? What would you do if you fell into an inheritance that would allow you to never worry about money or finances again?
I want you, and me, to think very carefully about this without any game playing going on here. Seriously think about this happening to you right now. What kind of feelings and emotions would be evoked in you? What daydreams would reappear back into your consciousness that you had previously tossed out as not possible due to no money or resources to do, or enjoy them.
Don’t allow any judgment come into your thoughts at this point…just let go and start dreaming again about what you would like to do with your life now…now…that you have unlimited resources available to you.
You are free now to dream and do whatever you would like to do. You might think about taking that trip to visit somewhere that was exotic and that your current finances would not allow you to enjoy. Now is the time to take that trip.
Perhaps you have always had the dream of owning your own business and being successful. Now you have the resources and monies to accomplish this.
Now is the time to experience all that you thought was not attainable until now…what would you dream of doing? Let your mind go here and become a child again in your thoughts. What would turn your crank and get you motivated again? What would be in your wildest imagination and thoughts about what you would experience and do?
Yes, it is ok to be a child again right now…tell yourself this. It’s ok to dream again…it’s ok to do what you want to do. No restrictions now, no barriers except what your mind allows.
Would you go to that exotic isle? Would you travel? Would you start that enterprise or business? Would you volunteer your time to help others? Would you go to Las Vegas and gamble? What would you do? Be honest here, don’t veil your thoughts or emotions about this…I want you to really get into it…let your mind go…be as that little child who enjoys its wildest adventures and dreams. Let yourself go…enjoy the journey. (Spend at least 15 minutes writing down what you would do if you had unlimited financial resources) This will be a journey of self-discovery for you as long as you are completely honest with yourself. No time to judge it now…just enjoy it!
Once, you have uncovered your wildest dreams and have written them down, it is time to review them. Ask yourself why are these dreams important to me? Take each one, item by item and ask this question. Whatever comes to the top of your mind about this just write your thoughts down about them.
Once you have done this task, and then relive each dream again in your consciousness. Maybe close your eyes and envision yourself enjoying these dreams. Place yourself right there in the dream…you are the participant of it. If you are at the ocean…breathe in what it would be like to smell the ocean air. See with your minds eye the beautiful sunrise. See the seagulls flying above and feel the sand between your toes as you walk the beach. Let all the good feelings you are experiencing in your imagination fill up your senses like a cup being filled up.
Feel how it would feel to be there and experience what ever you want to experience.
Go to the next item on your list to do’s and experience it too. Let yourself go here…feel all the wonderful feelings surrounding your dreams…they are now your reality…no barriers anymore to doing them…no money or things to worry about anymore. They are yours for the asking.
Go through your entire list of to do’s here…and relive each one. Your mind will start fighting you and say to you that this is merely a dream…but now is the time to tell your mind to give you a break…you do have the resources to fulfill these dreams now…before you didn’t…now you do.
At the end of this exercise it is time to identify the feelings rather than the inward visions you experienced. What were the feelings that were evoked as you relived each experience? Write down the main feeling…even if there were many feelings…write down the one you identify as the most prevalent feeling.
Do this for every experience now and write down the prevalent feeling or predominant feeling of all the feelings. Now boil down all these predominant feelings into one feeling…WHAT IS THAT FEELING? This feeling might surprise you. Again, let your mind go here…what is that one feeling you are feeling? Write it down.
Take the next week to think about this one, predominant feeling you were experiencing and ask yourself if you are allowing this feeling to come into your human consciousness right now…wherever you are…at whatever state…or experience you are currently at? Ask yourself why…or why not? Your mind at this point will probably tell you a story that it is because of a lack of money to do so…but is that really so?
This exercise is an exercise that will take you into yourself to help you analyze your life. It will help break down your thoughts so that you can better understand them. I want you to communicate with me if you would, what this exercise did for you. I would be very happy if you would tell me what your predominant feelings were.
Blessings and Love,
D. Scott Arant
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