Fantasizing or Dreaming?

How and when are the concepts of visualizing and “feeling as if” applied correctly? The energy behind one’s thoughts is the essence of creation yet sometimes produces the opposite of one’s conscious desire.

Specific energy leading to creation is the essence of an individual projecting it – relaxed or tense, confident or fearful, positive or negative, containing each and every belief they have ever accepted.

Neville Goddard explained the difference between the dream of living a desire and letting it happen through the Law of Attraction as opposed to experiencing an energetic void behind the said desire only to be lost in futile daydreaming. I explain this as a distinction between fantasizing and a dreaming – two concepts implying completely distinct energies.

Fantasizing about one’s desire implies disbelief that the said desire can be obtained in one’s reality. Dubbing any desire a “fantasy” suggests its existence in a distant world which can only ever be in one’s mind, never in their life. When one fantasizes, their energy says “I wish I could have this but it’ll never happen,” holding any desire at an impossible distance with disbelief in one’s power to create.

To dream it and let it happen suggests one has absolute faith in their manifesting power as well as the reality of their desire. When any desire is dubbed a “dream,” positive emotion is put into the feeling of having it already as well as being immensely grateful for one’s perfect reality.

To dream it and let it happen proves one feels immense love for their desire and holds true belief in its manifestation. This reality truly is a dream come true, as one knows that it belongs to them already. Our desires may have been with us for a significant amount of time or they could be brand new yet strangely familiar, seemingly having thread through the course of a lifetime already. This is a sensation often found in a soul mate or a love relationship, in case one doesn’t include the other.

A fantasy suggests using imagination to gain a blurred, emotionless view of something they don’t truly see themselves living. Why bother?

A desire can be something one always knew they wanted – this notion alone is enough to experience love followed by an unstoppable flow of positive events.

A mere idea of one’s desire could have been present throughout their lifetime but the second it is materialized through a specific channel (i.e. finding the perfect person one has always imagined), this desire becomes both new and familiar, beautiful and impossible to imagine life without. This energy alone can (and should) cause an outburst of love and gratitude for already living any desire imaginable. This is no fantasy – these feelings are entirely real. Dreaming and letting it happen is a concept based on love and when that love is present, those desires become our dreams, already in the process of coming true.

Dreaming, then letting it happen means treating one’s desire like a dream come true right now. Take the feeling of having your desire already and move it into the present time. Love it!

Dreams exist to be manifested! Dreams want to come true just as much as we want them to – give them a chance to manifest using your belief! Give them life by giving yourself the feeling of having them in yours. Experience the feeling of having your dream life now and soon, the concept of “fantasizing” will fade away.

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6 thoughts on “Fantasizing or Dreaming?

  1. Thank you!
    I realise now that this is something I applied the first time around when I got my specific person. It was so easy.

    But the second attempt to ‘get back’ needs constant reminding and the feeling is just neutral at this point. Because at first I was quite high with the feeling of having it, then due to lack of contact when he had the chance I had a slump. Now I’ve left it to the universe. I don’t think or visualise much, just keep busy and happy with my work and other things.

    Leaving it to – meant to be.

    That should work, right?

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    1. Yes, you’ve basically let it go but still, feel grateful whenever your relationship comes to mind, feel happy about it when you spontaneously think of it and you can even apply the exact same details you did the first time. Feeling neutral is one thing but still, be happy about the relationship 🙂 You don’t have to feel ecstatic, just happy and grateful for it when the moments come spontaneously instead of “trying” to visualize it, especially since letting go feels so good to you right now. Does that make sense?

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  2. I feel that thinking about my desire is now not giving me happiness but reminds me of the ‘lack’. Which is why I do show gratitude for it when I think of it but I have at the same time left it to the universe and hope to recieve it without constantly thinking of it.

    Having said that, when I am feeling happy or thrilled in general, I take it as an opportunity to say my affirmations and show gratitude.

    Hope this works too?

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    1. Yes, that sounds great 🙂 Also know that your desire is yours already. Instead of hoping, KNOW. And then let it go again 🙂 Do anything else that makes you happy, enjoy life and it’ll happen 🙂 You can do this!

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