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How to Make A Dream Come Alive

We all have dreams, right? We all say ‘someday, I’m going to have’. But, how many of us allow our dreams to get lost? How many of us allow our self-doubt get in the way? To make a dream come alive, you must ‘seed’ it.

Like a garden, you have to have the right seeds to make a dream come alive. One of the best ways to do this is to create A FEELING around the dream that you desire. And, then, remind yourself of that feeling as often as possible.

One of my favorite ways to make a dream come alive is by making a Vision Seed Mapping and Soul Coaching Collage® . This works for broad life dreams but it also works for specific questions that you are seeking answers to. Collages can be as large as you want or as small as you desire.


My 2012 Board for Soul-Wise! So much has been Manifested!

It doesn’t need to take hours and hours to discover an answer to a simple question either and mini-boards can help. For example: If I have a project (take writing a post) that I am struggling with, I will take out a 8 x 10 piece of paper and go through my magazines and cut the pictures that resonate with the feeling I want to create and paste them on the sheet of  paper. Then, I put it next to my computer and start typing away! It’s solved my problem by allowing me to focus in on the feeling that I want to create and I put it in my view so that I can access that feeling as often as I need.

So, if you want a dream to come true that is a ‘small’ dream you can use this. If you want a large Dream to come true, you would want to devote more time to creating a Soul Coaching Collage® The actual creation of this can be a lot of fun and it will seed your vision for your future. Make certain you put it in a place that you will see often so you discover How to Make Your Dreams Come True.

Have you ever created a Collage to seed a dream before? Have you ever received support in helping you interpret it? I do that with lots of clients to laser focus and manifest with greater ease their truest desires!

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  1. I love this Laura!!!! What a fantastic tool to use to get unstuck!!! I can totally do that! And I LOVE that picture of you sweetie!!! <3

    Comment by Stacey — June 12, 2013 @ 8:57 pm

  2. Stacey ~ I never procrastinate 😉 but I do spend time honing in on the feeling of what I WANT and make a quick collage to bring it in! and thanks, I adore that board ~ had a fantabulous time making it and really has happened!

    Comment by Laura Clark — June 12, 2013 @ 10:54 pm

  3. Your blog post collage reminds me of an exercise given to me by one of my fave copywriting geniuses, Alexandra Franzen. She calls it, “Feel. Know. Do.” Before she writes anything, she asks, “What do I want my reader to feel? What do I want them to know? What do I want them to do?” And as she answers these, she gets clear on what she needs to write and how. Genius.

    I commend your Soul Coaching Collage. I think I should make one made entirely out of words.

    Comment by Nancy Tierney — June 13, 2013 @ 3:39 pm

  4. Oh I think you should, Nancy! I did one like that once and it was great and for You, PERFECTION …no, Excellent!

    Comment by Laura Clark — June 17, 2013 @ 3:38 pm

  5. Great reminder! I forgot this was an assignment you gave me last week! I need to run to the library for some free mags and get on it! 🙂

    Comment by Alyssa Johnson — June 18, 2013 @ 8:27 am

  6. Would love to see it when you get it done! KEEP SMILING!

    Comment by Laura Clark — June 19, 2013 @ 8:32 pm

  7. What a wonderful way to use your creativity to invoke creative writing! Loooove it. Thanks for sharing your picture with us as well. I am such a visual and tactile learner!

    Comment by Kelly — June 18, 2013 @ 3:08 pm

  8. You’re welcome, Kelly! I love the picture ~ it was when I was surrounded by soul-sisters ~ that and the activity just allows you to come alive !

    Comment by Laura Clark — June 19, 2013 @ 8:37 pm

  9. Ooo, Laura, you’ve given me such a great idea for sparking all kinds of writing! I knew about vision boards, but had only thought of them as all-encompassing vision tools. Thanks for the inspiration, sister.

    Comment by Lori Nash Byron — June 21, 2013 @ 10:05 pm

  10. You are more than welcome ~ wait for this week’s post ~ it’s about taking that vision and creating timelines with it 🙂

    Comment by Laura Clark — June 24, 2013 @ 12:15 pm

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