Have you ever said something was “only a dream,” “only a coincidence,” or “only my imagination”?In this book you’ll discover that these “only” things can be keys to finding and living your bigger story. You’ll learn to tap into the nine powers ofMoreHave you ever said something was “only a dream,” “only a coincidence,” or “only my imagination”?In this book you’ll discover that these “only” things can be keys to finding and living your bigger story. You’ll learn to tap into the nine powers of dreaming, the nine rules of coincidence, and the seven uses of imagination.
You’ll be inspired by stories of how innovators and world changers have used these gifts, and you’ll learn wonderful games to help you access your intuition, heal yourself, and bring juice to your everyday life.When we claim the power of the Three Only Things, we connect with extraordinary sources of direction, healing, and energy.We also become citizens of two worlds. In everyday circumstances, caught up in hurry and stress and other people’s schedules and expectations, we often lose touch with the deeper meaning of life. We become entangled in problems that cannot be solved on the level of thinking and being that we are on.
We become strangers to magic, which is the art of reaching into a deeper reality and bringing gifts from it into the ordinary world.Through dreams, coincidence, and the workings of imagination, we begin to remember that there is a world beyond the obvious one, where we reawaken to who we are and what we are meant to become. Reawakening to that world is like discovering colors after living in black-and-white. That other world is actually the multidimensional universe within which our 3-D reality bobs like a rubber duck in a bathtub.Through the Three Only Things, we wake up to the secrets of creative living.
We become conscious that we attract or repel people, events, and opportunities according to our energy and our state of mind. We come to grasp that there are no impermeable boundaries between inner and outer, subjective and objective. We remember that the passions of the soul work magic and that our best work is done in the spirit of play. All of these things are open secrets, knowledge that belongs to us — and can be used by us — as soon as we are ready to reclaim it.
As we discover the powers of dreaming, the rules of coincidence, and the uses of imagination, we may regret that it took us so long to reclaim these tools for living — tools that are profoundly simple yet have the power to remake our lives and our world.