There is a sacred dream within you that’s calling you to greatness, driving you toward excellence. It fills your heart with vitality and vigor. It asks you to become focused and bold and available. Looking at it from a qualitative standpoint, the bigger your sacred dream, the closer you are to Reality. When you have a magnificent dream steeped in the possibility of what you’re becoming, you get closer to touching Reality because the energetic substance of the dream already is timeless, dimensionless. It’s infinite and eternal.
When your dream is small, it’s easy to get snagged in illusion. Small dreams are inherited from the society in which you were born. They are most often dreams of survival, materialism and consumerism. This is an extremely limited form of expression. Oftentimes people have been sucked down by the undertow of the human experiential domain and are unaware that they’re living in a very small dream. “I’m just trying to make it. I’ll be happy if I can just get by. I just need a few more dollars to help me get over. I just want to make some money…”