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Thursday, August 20, 2009

The LUCKY Dream...

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This morning I woke up from a dream- not your ordinary sort of dream- it was a prolific, subconscious-secret message in a bottle genus type of dream! The dream had a seriously strong emotion attached to it. Telling me in words, visuals, thoughts and feeling that... "You are LUCKY Tanya!" It did not end there, it pushed my sorry sleepy butt out of bed and forced me to take up a new 30 day personal growth challenge-

My 30 day trial challenge is this: Each and Every day for the next 30 days I will proclaim and exclaim as soon as I wake up and just before I fall a sleep that, "I am Lucky!"

Come September 19, 2009 my challenge will be over... who knows what will transpire between now and then. All I know for sure is that this is a 30 day trial I for sure can stick to and not fail with.

How did I get to this morning's blog post you might ask...
Yesterday, I Googled  "How to become a successful blogger"...

I stumbled across Problogger Darren Rouse- author of a post titled: "How to be Lucky"-

It is a fascinating and motivating article packed with 13 key factors Darren, a seriously super-blogger success story has learned along the way.
After leaving his "lucky" post I stumbled across a fascinating young blogger the same age as my son! Over at: http://www.aboundlessworld.com
Bud Hennekes, is the creator of this inspiring Blog.

It is fantastic to see young people on the same highway I'm taking:
The Self Enlightenment Entrance Ramp!

Bud's post titled:
30 Day Trial: Experience The Best You
At first glance, cynical Tanya laughed about actually following through with a new 30 day trial.
However, I read and re-read his post.

I must confess, this young man-child blogger personally had me at: "Make a quantum leap"

An excerpt...
If you wish to make a quantum leap in a particular area of your life, I highly suggest experimenting with a 30 day trial of your choosing. That is, for 30 days, do one or two activities everyday without fail.
I thought back to how I had tried to do something like this with my Law of Attraction 30 day challenge.

I thought back to how I tried to do this with dieting and exercise.

I thought back to how I tried  for over a year to save my 2nd marriage, even when my baby and I were in a Domestic Violence Shelter!

My conclusion was in the form of this comment I posted on his blog:

The only thing i can do for 30 days- each and every day- religiously, obsessively, and with extreme motivation and determination is to hope that one day- I can do something like a 30 day trial for personal growth and enlightenment. Suggestions, advice, mentor-ship, spiritual counseling…. any and all is appreciated. ;)

(Side note… this comment of mine upon hitting the “submit” button was somehow inadvertently delivered directly to the universal post master…
Who delivered me an overnight response, delicately packed inside my “Lucky dream”.)

Lastly, I ended up over at Stephen Mills Rat Race Trap Blog, in a post titled:

Well, this final blog I magically stumbled across cemented that I can indeed follow through with a new personal 30 day challenge! In the Rat Race trap blog, Stephen Mills encouraged me, speaking directly to my personal fear of giving up on myself.

Yesterday I spent half the day being guided to various blogs and everyone spoke to me staunchly about my passion for personal enlightenment.

I intend to allow the universe to continue to work for me....and take on this creative 30 day’s of LUCK challenge…. why not do this yourself.

  • What is it that you really want right now, this present moment?
  • Put it in a sentence and google it, allow the universe to works it's magic in guiding you on a delightful journey right now.
  • Fall to sleep tonight feeling "good" about your life-situation.
  • Wake up tomorrow with a wonderful feeling that contains a personal message...
  • what your 30 day trial is.

Lastly, shoot me a comment here on my post and let the rest of us know what it is...

We would all love to follow your personal 30 Day Trial. ;)


Karen said...

I think the state of our being is pronounced by our ability to think we are lucky. If we think it, we are!

Emily Veinglory: said...

Hmm. I already am lucky. If I got any more lucky I might be stealing someone's else's luck ;)

Diane Scott said...

What a GREAT idea! The other day I woke up laughing so that was a good start to my day. But declaring your version out loud, I'm going to give it a go, too!

Mkcoy said...

Hi Ypsi Girl great post :)
I should try this everyday but in a different way. I should wake up and say hey Kai you know what. You are important and you are a big deal. Well no one else is going to tell me! :)

Cady said...

That's a great idea. I think sometimes we forget just how lucky we might be.

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