I know there are a few of you out there like me that know how to make sense of all the signs and symbols given to you. You can read the omen of things, the message behind the cards, and the personal depth behind a quote. Sometimes you also get to a point, where you can’t be asking the questions anymore, and need to dedicate more of your time instead with action.
Deliberate creation – as would be stated in the Law of Attraction.
We all fall into the trap of asking for signs, or worse, asking the same question in a different way expecting a different answer. Or simply, you feel overwhelmed or maybe a little lost – there is nothing wrong with this, it just means you’re trying to figure life out. So if you are reaching out asking lots of questions, but don’t know which action to take, here’s some ideas to play with!
First off, I recommend reading ANY of the Abraham series books by ‘Jerry and Esther Hicks,’ or simply google Law of Attraction. Particularly if you’re not aware of the basics of this idea, which is essence – what you focus on, is what you get.
Secondly for a refresher or even a new way of asking yourself and the universe a few questions, I recommend reading any of the articles on the before and outside your dream section:
In a nutshell, we often ask questions of our self and the universe so we can take action. Often we have a dreams that either after a few days to a couple of weeks, or, from asking a specific question, get an answer or a sign that shows us ‘aha that’s what that was about!’ So this is where the art of deliberate creation comes in, using the Law of Attraction.
If you know that what you focus on is what you get, and that your subconscious even through your dreams is creating something that will likely manifest in reality, why not plant the seed before you sleep, so you keep creating something happier and aligned with what you want? So how would you do this?
Rather than ask ‘what should I do next regarding ***’ or ‘what should I really be doing with ***’ – Try asking a question about something that will yield a positive response, so by the law of attraction then you MUST manifest those symbols or signs, and thus better times in your reality! Nice one huh?
Here are some question suggestions for positive intentions:
Show me how wonderful my future career/love-life/social-life/health will be.
Show me a dream or scenario that reflects the love/joy/happiness/optimism/positivity between myself and said-person/life/work/specific scenario?
How can I continue to make my love/joy/happiness/optimism/positivity towards person/life/work/specific-scenario grow?
Show me the good/joyful feelings I will feel by living out my dream of ***
Show me how good I will feel creating the perfect ***
These are just a few ideas, but it’s up to you to get creative! If you have something you really want to achieve, I say focus on that! If you FEEL inspired to act upon it from your dream, and then perhaps see some signs from it telling you to keep walking towards it, it’s going to bring it closer to you – simple as that!
If you ask these kinds of questions and end up having a bad dream, I would look at the underlaying negative traits within the dream, as something to address so you can get out of your own way. I may be anger, fear, a person, an environment. Just see where the changes must be made. If you don’t know how to change this, or need a better place to focus your good intentions… Well, ask your dreams!