Daydreaming: A Five Part Series

Daydreaming: A Five Part Series

Part 5: Daydreaming and Contribution

If you read about the geniuses who have contributed to the evolution of thought, music, and the world in general, you’ll read first about how they invariably daydreamed as children.

You can just picture a young Mozart going in and out of a trance state every day as he developed his special talents. Maybe the daydreaming is essential to such development.
We know that Einstein was a daydreamer, working out his Special Theory of Relativity. Thomas Edison and Benjamin Franklin were known for their life-long ‘daydreaming’.

Guided daydreams, or going further into guided trances in hypnosis
is using your inner resources to grow, heal, create and make desired changes.

I know we could find many daydreamers to quote. If you need to find someone to relate to, search online.  Go ahead…daydream.

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