Why Daydreaming Is Good For You

Do you remember yourself as a child? I bet you had so many wishes and dreams and by the way, you were pretty clear about what you want. We grow up, get more rational…And also extremely busy with work. Some of us are so busy with daily routine that simply forget about global aims.

Today we are going to discuss the positive effects of daydreaming:

• It makes our goals more clear

The vast majority of people don’t have any achievements in life because they’ve tried to set any goals.

If you are one of them, we have good news for you! Even a short 5 minutes dreaming every day is a great start to implement positive changes.

When we dream, our goals get clear and our brain starts thinking how to achieve it.

• It makes us more inspired and in a good mood

Imagine your morning, which you start not from worries and rush, but from dreaming about places you want to go, people, you want to meet, things you want to learn.

I am sure that even such a small exercise can set positive vibes for the day.

Plus, if we visualize the result of our hard work, the process by itself will look more exciting.

• It helps to erase boundaries

How often do you respond to someone’s suggestions with the sentences which start “I don’t think we can…”, “It’s impossible…”?

We have so many limits in our heads, that they don’t let us grow.

Good thing, that while dreaming you don’t need to think about limits anymore. You are constantly practicing to think beyond the box, and even though it is just for 5 minutes daily, the result will appear very soon.

I hope this article was houseful for you.

If you want to know more about how to live a more happy and fulfilled life, check out our Detox Your Mind Course.

And now I want to suggest you a 7 days challenge.

You need to daydream about anything you want for 5 minutes when you wake up or go to bed.

Please share your impressions in comments once you complete it.

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