Drawn Dreams is the solution for attracting more goals, dreams, and positivity into your life.
It's a daily journal, but there is no writing required!
Simply, you draw what you’re grateful for; you also draw your dreams and goals, and through visualization they are then attracted into your life. It's easy, fun, good for your spirit, and works.
With over 125 inspiring illustrations, positive affirmations, and empowering activities throughout, this guide is designed to improve your life while keeping your drawings fun and fresh.
The intention for Drawn Dreams is to spread joy, and to start an uplifting, fun-loving, authentic, and inspired community. A tribe that radiates love, gratitude, and happiness, while supporting each other’s dreams.
This acrostic poem below helps paint a better picture of what Drawn Dreams is all about:
Drive: This loving investment in yourself puts you on the right track. It provides the drive you need to create a great day—a day to be grateful for.
Reflection: A daily reflection helps you to appreciate the blessings lighting up your life in that moment. It’s fun to flip back through sketches to reflect on and give you an instant mood booster.
Art: Sketching, a form of art therapy, is a great stress reliever. Unleash this playful and artistic energy inside you.
Woohoo!! It’s a warm, positive, empowering and uplifting activity for your well-being, making you feel more confident and wonderful.
Nourishing: Nourish your soul and your grieving heart.
Discovery: Start discovering gratitude. Discover more and more blessings in your life, on a day-to-day basis.
Refresh: A clear and calming, soul-quenching kick-start to your day.
Educate: Learn more about yourself, what’s important to you, and what you enjoy. Embrace what you uncover about your authentic self.
Awareness: A self-love and higher consciousness tool to check in spiritually. It encourages you to be present, mindful, and aware of your feelings, energy, and surroundings.
Manifest: Witness and celebrate as your hopes, intentions, and dreams materialize.
Surprise: Allow the big and little gifts, that gratitude brings, surprise you.
|Publisher:||Drawn Dreams Inc.|
|Product dimensions:||8.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.56(d)|
About the Author
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I first learned the magic of writing my goals down at age 11. I have continued to create and record personal goals since then because the results are so dramatic and inspiring.
In 1998, it started out as a fun family activity. We encouraged each other to dream and record dozens of goals every New Year’s Day. A year later on January 1st, we would share our success stories with joy and amazement. Then we would create new goals and dreams for the year ahead. It is a beautiful family tradition that continues to this day.
As many of us are aware, visualization is a creative behavior that facilitates goal achievement. With Drawn Dreams, not only are you setting goals, but you’re visualizing them through your drawings. This combination, immersed in gratitude and on a daily basis, works wonders for me. It lifts my spirits and materializes my dreams. It’s a ritual that welcomes a day filled with joyous opportunities. I am so delighted to share this discovery because I know it will work for you too.
My late brother Spencer was really into the Rhonda Byrne books The Secret and The Magic, which were also an inspiration to me when creating Drawn Dreams. The two books are all about the Law of Attraction as well as Gratitude. Spencer once wrote in his journal: “I’m grateful that I’m grateful”—words I now live by.
The other quote that has struck home with me the most is from David Steindl-Rast: “It is not joy that makes us grateful, it is gratitude that makes us joyful.” Being grateful and therefore happy is what Drawn Dreams is all about.
This daily gratitude sketching idea came through me when I was living by the sea in County Cork, Ireland. Before this idea I was stressed, depressed, and I didn’t want to be on this earth anymore. Drawn Dreams lifts my spirits every day, nourishes my soul, and inspires me to be my authentic self. Also, the more I draw my dreams, the more dreams are drawn to me. Therefore, friend, I recommend you draw on a daily basis.
Let’s be grateful for life, now, and be grateful for our manifestations being drawn to us.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This empowering book is an absolute game changer, it bridges the gap between traditional journaling and visualization techniques. The techniques allow a person to better be able to see through dreams, goals and desires. I look forward to diving deeper into the book and taking my morning journaling/mediation rituals to the next level thanks to this book. -Michelle