It’s one thing to dream. It’s another thing to make space for daydreaming, but doing so can be a powerful portal of rest that helps us connect more deeply with ourselves.
Daydreaming is a tool that’s often overlooked because we’ve been taught that it is a waste of time. But that’s not true.
Daydreaming is a form of rest and we can benefit from tapping into its undeniable power. We can benefit from tapping into its undeniable power.
In “Rest Is Resistance,” author Tricia Hersey asks readers to consider these questions:
When did your desire to daydream fade away? When did you begin to confuse daydreaming as a frivolous waste of time?
Allow yourself to wander into a space of intentionality by spending some time daydreaming. You can stare out of a window or at a distant point. You could also just close your eyes and dream of where you wish to be – mentally, spiritually, emotionally, or physically.
Engage all of your senses. Imagine what the world looks, tastes, smells, feels, and sounds like in the DreamSpace.
To create new realities, we must be able to imagine new possibilities. In other words, we must daydream. What will your daydreaming help you manifest for yourself? For our community? For the world?
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