All posts tagged: dreams

The best adventure ever

The best adventure starts with fear and courage. It starts with a destination or not. It starts without knowing the how or why. Once you’re there, you discover more about yourself. It’s not so much about what you see and experience during your adventure that matters. More so, how it transforms you. The thing about adventure is that there’s always more to see, more to experience, more to learn about this world… Sometimes you need that little push–inspiration to go somewhere or do something you’ve never done before. Here’s you green light. Go for it. Maybe it won’t work out. But maybe seeing if it does will be the best adventure ever.

Keep going for your dreams

Dreams are so fragile. You have to take care of them so that they don’t break. They’re fragile because they require a lot of work. They require faith in invisible things. It’s not easy to keep going for your dreams. When you decide to go for your dreams, you’ll be asked to become the version of yourself that’s already experiencing the dream. Because you don’t believe you’re that version of yourself yet, changing your belief system or your habits will be hard at first I’m here to remind you to keep going for your dreams. Trust in what you want to contribute to the world. Don’t ask for permission. Don’t expect to be accepted completely. Don’t leave the impression of what you’re not. Believe in yourself first. Believe in your dreams first. Grow. Learn. Adapt. Change. You may not get everything right on the first, second, or third try. Keep practicing. You get better when you choose to learn from the lessons. Even if it’s little by little. Even if you start only to stop …

The sign you’re looking for

Stop looking for a sign. If you’re looking for an answer you won’t find it here. You’ll find it in the last place you’d like to look for a sign. The sign, the answer, the guidance you’re looking for is within yourself. Trust your intuition, trust your feelings. Have confidence in yourself.  Stop assuming, guessing, waiting, and looking for answers outside of yourself. When you look for the answer outside of yourself, you distract yourself from what’s already speaking and ready within yourself. You know what you want, what you desire, what you need, what you feel, what you dream of, and what you want to accomplish.  Instead of looking out for a sign, close your eyes. Listen to the truth within yourself. Trust yourself so much that you never find yourself looking for a sign outside yourself. The sign you find may mislead you.