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What I Often Dream Awake- Journal Challenge, Day 28

Updated on April 22, 2015
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My Waking Dreams


There are two dreams I dream about often when I’m awake. In my waking hours, I often dream about being a successful, financially prosperous entrepreneur and being blissfully married to my soul-mate. They are a recurring theme in my waking and sleeping consciousness, as also indicated in some of my journal challenge entries.


Dream Manifestation Steps


The steps that I take to manifest them include participating in and completing this 30 Day Journal Challenge today and joining the 7-Day Financial Freedom Challenge that starts tomorrow.

  • As a writer, the journal challenge helped me breakthrough resistance to become consistent in publishing quality content in a timely manner.
  • The Financial Freedom Challenge helps me change my money mindset with new attitudes and behaviors that unblock the financial flow I desire to experience.

They both help me to identify and address areas within me that need to shift, correct or be eliminated. I learn and maintain the processes, using the support, tools and systems that are provided.

I engage in consistent actions that are in alignment with my set intentions and no longer entertain anything or anyone that is unlike it. I honor my authentic vision with focus, discipline and persistence. I create and maintain balance in my world by checking in with Spirit to make choices for my highest good and the good of all others. I walk in the love that I am, doing God’s will and work, trusting that He will add all other things including my divine mate, in His divine time.

27[Put first things first.] Prepare your work outside and get it ready for yourself in the field; and afterward build your house and establish a home.” – Proverbs 24:27


NOTE: Write Here, Right Now: 30 Day Journaling Challenge, Cycle 3-Day 28 complete. Thank you, God!

Be blessed,

Jo Anne Meekins

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