Have you ever been dreaming, and in your dream, you were aware that you were dreaming and therefore, changed the course of your dream? Life is no different. We can change course in any moment. We can wake up in any moment and live the life we were meant to live.

We are the creators of our own lives. What are you creating with your life? Do you have a direction, or are you aimlessly moving through each day, like a lost driver? Do you have a destination? I would like to offer some steps to find your destination.

1. Connect everyday to your higher power. This is where we receive our energy, insights and guidance. Spend time each day being still. Think of this as recharging your battery. If this is difficult, start with five minutes and increase your time each week. Eventually, you will not want to live your life without this. We cannot hear if we don not go within. Consider this sacred time and allow no interruptions.

2.Give yourself a high level of self care. This includes eating nourishing foods, exercising, meditation and playtime. When you take care of yourself first, you will have more energy, as well as, a higher quality energy.

3.Remove all clutter from your life. This includes inner and outer clutter. Clear your drawers, closets and homes of unwanted energy draining stuff! Clear out people who are energy vampires. Say no more often. Say no to the engagements, volunteer activities and favors that bring you no joy. Do this without guilt. The cleaner and clearer you become, the more efficient and effective you will run. Journaling each day can also clear the inner you out.

4.Keep yourself in integrity. In other words, be true to yourself. Do not lie to yourself. Do not gossip or judge. Do your best in all situations. Be aware. Ask yourself, am I acting from a place of love? Respond, don't react.

5.Be with people who support you. Let go of those you no longer feel connected to. Get out of the drama, and into the growth.

6.Play. Spend time each week doing something you enjoy. Alone if possible. Go to a park, write, draw or golf. Live life! Don't just exist. Refocus on what you enjoy. Realize the value of recharging.

7. Remember who you are! We are not humans with a spirit. We are spirit, experiencing being physical. We can create anything, be anything and do anything. Nothing is impossible.

8.What is your vision for your life? What do you feel passionate about? What would you like to contribute to the world? What would you like for everyone to have? If you could live any way you wanted, what would it look like? What would it feel like? Write this down in great detail. What are you doing? Who are you being? What are the qualities of your being?

9.What actions do you need to take to bring this into reality? What do you need to let go of in order to make space for this? How great does it feel to have direction?

10. Be this person you see, right now. Do not wait until you think all the conditions are perfect. By being this person now, you will bring into your reality, that which you choose to create. Change some habits, read some enlightening books, and believe you already have what you seek. In the process, you are creating it into being. Do not stop growing and expanding, ever!

Author's Bio: 

Lynn Cohen is currently enrolled in Coach University. Her
passion is to help others become aware of their own life's purpose and to
help them remember who they are.

She also presently coaches others on decorating their homes. Lynn
takes a back door approach to decorating and guides her clients in
making their physical environment a place that reflects who they are. Her
company's name is Design's to Grow.

There are steps that a person can take to clear away unnecessary
clutter both in their inner and outer environments, thus allowing and
making space for their full potential to flourish.

Lynn works with clients via the telephone, email and in person.
The only requirement of a client is that they are willing and ready to
grow. She has helped many clients open up to and live their dreams. To
contact Lynn, email her at Designstogrow@msn.com.