Great topic Terry.
I've daydreamed my way through life thus far.
I was always a daydreamer as a kid. Whatever I was passionate about, I consciously dreamt about it. I'd regularly wander off at random moments, completely lost in my thoughts.
Take sport for instance. When I was a kid (in Ireland), about 11-12 years old, I had a regular daydream ... swimming at University (NCAA) in the US.
When I was 17, I was offered a full scholarship from a College in Ohio. My dream became my reality.
Unbeknownst to me at the time, what I was doing was imagining my future, my goal, my ambition, my innermost desire. But in my mind's eye, it was real, it was going to happen (I did the same for every race ... swim meet).
At 11 years old I was visualising before I even knew what visualisation was.
I manifested my immediate future in my semi-conscious imagination first, after which my subconscious went into overdrive to make it my reality.
Daydreaming is precious, a delicate but very powerful connection to your inner self.
“Our only limitations are those we set up in our own minds.” – Napoleon Hill
Daydreaming is powerful beyond measure!