Are you a daydreamer? Do you ever wonder ‘what if I…?’ and then fill in the blank with wonderful images that float around your head? Do you let these images grow and enthuse you or do you quickly pull yourself back down to ground level and keep a realistic outlook on life? Or, maybe you just find it difficult to daydream because your mind is so full of all the things on your To Do list or your commitments to other people so that there is just no room for daydreaming?
Wherever you sit on the imaginary daydreamers scale there can be no doubt that it can have both positive and negative effects on our lives. But, taken in moderation, and used appropriately, I believe that daydreaming can have a very positive effect on our lives.
The key of course is to not spend all our time daydreaming at the expense of doing. Instead we must follow up by actually identifying those parts of our daydreams which seem to re-occur to such an extent that they appear to be sending us a message…a message that says I’m waiting for you to do something about this!Continue Reading