A pitfall, accentuated in one who “envisions” or “dreams” for a living, is to create a dreamworld – and we’ll all be doing it when abundance hits – and then try to shoehorn others into it.
When we create our own companies, we’ll be creating a dream and then bringing it into reality. So the process becomes sanctioned.
In relationships, it doesn’t work quite as well. Every person has their own dreamworld and does not want to be shoehorned unto.
The question then becomes: What place have our dreams in our world?
Leaving aside the fact that the world itself is a dream in the Mind of God, it seems that there’s a time and a place for dreaming and then a time and a place for not.
It works to dream about objects and experiences and then draw them to us. If we were living at a refined Fifth-Dimensional level of consciousness, our dreaming is what would create objects and fill our needs.
Dreaming works well with objects and experiences. It’s only when we try to make others conform to our dream that we get into trouble.
It doesn’t work, apparently, to try to shoehorn a person into my dreamworld vision of them. Objects and experiences, yes; people, less often.
The dance, it seems to me, the trick seems to be to support them in realizing their dream without losing my own to it.