The Great Wall of China
Though The Great Wall is over 13,000 miles long, I often imagine myself beginning by renting a bike in Beijing. This is the launch of a carefree day of biking some of those miles with an equally eager friend. We pack a yummy lunch that we can eat with our new designer chopsticks. There's plenty of water and interesting beverages to keep us hydrated.
This is a dream that this soon becoming a reality. I'm recharging my dream battery, resetting it mentally and bringing it closer into existence.
I can feel the joy in my face as the wind mercilessly slaps it. I'm speeding fast down one of the hills. The wind doesn't hinder my huge smile, not one bit! The delightful agony of the burn in my legs on the uphill climbs, oh so steep! I pant with delight and long for the next decent. We stop to take in the views of the mountain peaks and valleys that takes the breath away. We dine in awe, watching mountain peaks disappear behind the cloud cover.
This is how I reset my dream by often taking it deeper into my consciousness, bringing it alive. I feel it, smell it, taste it, touch it, hear my heart pounding in ecstasy, my dream is in motion, my dream is alive.
What's your dream?
How often do you reset it?