Asking for what you need

Questions in the desertLast night, before I went to sleep, I chose a very specific question to ask my dreaming self. I solidified it by writing it down in a notebook that I keep next to my bed. I have been unsure about certain decisions in life, and my friends suggested that perhaps I was spreading myself too thin. I only saw this as “doing everything I possible can in every area of my life in order to generate progress”.

My question was very simple:

“What must be my primary life focus right now?”

I had expected to write down my dream as soon as I woke up. Instead, I carried a simple three-note melody in my head (over and over), and couldn’t remember a single detail. I did, however, remember that I only dreamt about one thing – the answer to my question. I knew that my entire dream(s) last night was about only one area in my life. Nothing more. I found my answer.

About Doreen

Originally from Chicago, IL, Doreen now lives in Southern California. She coaches artists to live easier, happier lives, through transformational conversations, and she'll never give up her day job as a TV/Film actress.
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