Wishes are often seen as part of childhood, but somewhere deep inside each of us is a voice that still believes that if we wish for something hard enough and long enough, it really can come true.
Of course, you can’t make your wishes come true if all you ever do is sit around wishing. Here are 4 tips to make that wish really happen.
1. Do you really wish this wish?
The first step to making your wish come true is to be sure that you really, really want it to happen. Very often people hope for things that deep down, they don’t really want. For example, someone might wish for a brand new car to replace their old one, but when the opportunity comes along to buy a new car they realize that they don’t want to give up their old car. It’s full of memories, it’s familiar, and it’s comfortable.
Examine yourself carefully; do you really want your wish to come true? Is it possible that you’re you using the fantasy of a wish to hide the fact that you’re actually scared of it? Maybe you keep hoping that you could get a promotion but deep down, you’re scared that getting a promotion would mean more responsibility than you could handle.
The saying “be careful what you wish for” is also relevant here. You need to be sure that your wish is in your own best interests. Perhaps it isn’t coming true because it’s really not good for you at all. Maybe you’re wishing to travel the world, but really you prefer the comfort of settling into your favorite armchair to watch your favorite show each week. So, before you make your dream come true, examine it and check that it’s something you actually want.
2. Reframe it
Very few wishes are utterly impossible. Sometimes we just need to reframe it from a passive wish, to an active one.
Let’s say that your dream is to become a millionaire. Well, the chances of that happening overnight are pretty slim, but that’s because you’re hoping for something to happen to you. That’s a passive wish. Instead, make it active. Try saying “I wish that I could make a million dollars this year.” Now, your wish is for you to do something, and you have control over your own actions.
Once you’ve reframed your wish into an active one, you can break it down. So, if you want to make a million dollars this year, how are you going to do it? Will you save a particular amount of money each month? Will you look for another job on the side? Perhaps you’ll realize that you need to refine your wish, and hope to make a million dollars in four years instead of one. Once you get to this stage, you’ll see that what you have is something even better than a wish; you have a plan.
3. Prepare space for your wish to come true
Another key way to make your wish come true is to make space for it in your life. Without making space, you’ll prevent it from ever happening.
One good example is about someone wishing for a serious relationship. She wished and wished to meet Mr. Right and to fall in love, but she never made any space for him in her life. After speaking with a psychic through Psychic Source, she realized that her mindset was actually blocking her wish from coming true. So, she started to park her car on one side of the garage to make space for her future boyfriend’s car. She slid all her clothes over to one half of the wardrobe and started sleeping on one side of the bed. She took these steps to make space in her life for the partner she was hoping for, and sure enough just a few months later, her wish came true.
4. Look for opportunities
An online psychic reading through a reliable psychic website, can give you the heads’ up to the challenges and opportunities that could be coming your way. This way you’ll be prepared to make the most of the potential good and to turn what seems like a negative event into something positive.
Sometimes, what could seem like disaster may actually be the first step to your wishes coming true. With the advice and preparation from a psychic, you’ll have your eyes wide open to spot the first flowering of your wish coming true.
Whether or not you follow these 4 tips, never stop wishing! Wishing can power your life forward to bigger and better things.