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Who Do You Think You Are?
By Reggie Odom

 

Do you get hooked by the “Who Do You Think You Are? Syndrome” when you dream big? When you imagine living life as your greatest self?

You’re not alone if you are personally familiar with “The Who Do You Think You Are? Syndrome” - it happens to most of us. It’s not a problem that it happens. The problem begins when it stops you from believing in your dream and from stepping into the shoes of your greatest self.

One thing you may not be aware of is that your dreams play a huge part in the divine design of your life. Dreams are spiritual gifts loaded with information about who you are here to be and what you are here to do. Along with guidance for becoming and doing that. 

The content of your dreams contains messages for you alone. Your dreams are inspired desires for something that is not yet in your life. Longings to “go here,” “do that,” “be this...” 

Each dream either directly or indirectly leads you to the expression of previously unrealized aspects of your authentic greatness, your divine purpose and your life’s work. Whichever way, it does lead you to that most juicy of places and spaces. 

When you get ambushed by the “Who Do You Think You Are? Syndrome” which you probably will again the next time you dream big, or imagine yourself playing big in whatever way that is for you, try thinking about it differently.

Recognize that it is a signal that you are on to something bigger or deeper. It’s time to play bigger, live more richly, have a different experience, make a bigger difference, appreciate yourself more or take up more space in YOUR life.

Life is calling you to experience greater aliveness. That can come as any combination of a greater sense of peace, joy, freedom, love or abundance. 

Remember that your dreams are part of the divine design for your life. You didn’t make them up. 

Your greater self is dreaming for you and through you! Your greater self is ever ready to provide all that you need on every level to bring your dreams to life. 

But there is one requirement. Make that two!

First you have to say “yes” to your dream, and to your greater self. Saying “yes” is a decision. It is also an act both of deeply valuing yourself and of expressing gratitude for the gift of your life and your dreams.

Once you say “yes,” your greater self will begin to show you the way, to reveal the “hows.”

And second, you have to act on behalf of your dreams! On both inner and outer levels.

And last but far from least! When the “Who do you think you are syndrome?” shows up, “Remember who you really are!”

Step Into Your Greatness Now!
When the “Who Do You Think You Are? Syndrome” shows up,
Remember who you really are!!

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