Dream big and dream often! Let your inner most thoughts guide you. That’s why the title of this blog is “Dreamscape.” A dreamscape is the mysterious or surreal manifestation of your dreams. A great way for dancers to create who and what you want to be. It’s the dare to be bigger and bolder against all odds. I encourage you to always dream to infinity and beyond.

No one can own your dreams. Dreams are yours alone and can even comfort you in not so good times. If you have a great plan, vision, insight or conviction, that is your call to action. It’s an actual sign to move forward. I don’t know about you, but when anyone tells me I can’t do something, that only makes me more determined to do it. I always answer back, “watch this.” And I proceed to go after and conquer what it is I was after time and time again. Your dreams may change along the way but the scope on how to achieve them just takes foresight, persistence and drive. Keep your dreams alive!

How to manifest your dreams into reality may take some planning. Set your dreams to motion without limiting yourself. If you move through your plans in trial and error, sooner or later the path will become clearer. You will learn what works and what does not work. Do not be in a hurry; great success takes time. If you don’t get something today…the interim wait may bring bigger and better results tomorrow.

So if you keep hearing your inner voice telling you things, you may just want to jump into action and answer the call. Believe that you have the power to make things happen and achieve great things. Prove it to you as well as others that you can accomplish what you set your mind on. Dreams are powerful that way.

If you fill your dreamscape with passion as you wind through life’s adventures, you have no choice but to succeed. The universe gives back what we put into it – even when we’re sleeping. Keep dreaming!

Thought Of The Week:

Happiness is when what you think, what you say, and what you do are in Harmony.



Shane Meuwissen is the Media Specialist for Fordney Foundation.  He is a former dance instructor who know works with his company Slow Motion Dance Videos capture the beauty of dancing. If you would like to learn more about Shane and his video work, visit his website https://slowmotiondancevideos.com/