(My mom took this picture, when I was 7 or 8) ->
I also loved to spend my Saturday mornings in the library. I had one favourite corner where I loved to sit on the ground, surrounded by all the books I took from the shelf and start reading.
I always felt so safe and comfortable, withdrawing myself from the crowd, while savouring all the wonderful children stories
to stirr up my own imagination.
Wow, I had chills and goose bumps all over my body and I started to cry.. I cried, because I came to the realization that at one point in my life, I stopped day dreaming. I realized that I started to believe the messages that I was hearing around me, saying that it is not appropriate for me to day dream any longer. I was told to be realistic and only pay attention to what my parents, teachers, the media, family members and other people (who I thought to be authoritative figures) were saying about life.
Wow, that was an “aha moment” that somehow liberated me. I felt a sense of relief washing over me. And I also felt a new sense of excitement and enthusiasm bubbling up to the surface. It took another year though, before I made the decision to embark on the dream building journey myself. They say “when the student is ready, the master / teacher will appear”….so, I hired Mary Morrissey to be my mentor and coach. I was ready to take my business and my life to the next level of awareness and growth.
I flew to Los Angeles by myself where I got certified as a Dream Builder Coach during a 3 day intensive life training at the Life Mastery Institute, founded by Mary Morrissey.
I have planted the seeds for my new dreams and I have been nourishing them very well and carefully inside of my Heart, Body, Mind and Soul.
And now I am ready to allow these dream seeds to blossom and flourish abundantly.