Directing Your Own Dreams
Creative dreaming also then moves you into daydreaming. Very important. How many of you have daydreamed? How many have daydreamed about your imaginative dreams? How many have had self-destructive dreams?
This is where you start identifying the type of dream you’re having and then direct it. Each of us can direct our dreaming; I direct my dreaming. Here’s how you do it. It’s very simple.
You take charge of it. If you want something, then before you go to bed, you sit down and you draw it. You don’t have to be an artist, but sketch it out. If you can’t sketch it out, then go on the Internet and shop around until you find pictures of what you want. Print them off and cut them out. You have to be physically engaged in creating this dream. Then glue them on a piece of paper and write all the specifications for that dream, whatever it is.
This is how you start culturing your mind into creative dreaming and channeling it in a way that will take you where you want to go. Otherwise, when you go to bed at night, it’s just up for grabs.