Frustration is a Good Thing!

Without polarity & contrast, there can be no expansion. Photo by Ba Tik on Pexels.com Welcome back to another of my (hopefully) informative and eye-opening Blogs. I think I can legitimately get away with saying that this time, as this one is based on a chat that I had with...

Collective Agreements & Energy Thieves

Save your energy for the innocently ignorant, don’t waste it on the wilfully so. Welcome everyone, to the Dream With Dan blog!! I'm back again with another excerpt, taken from my guest appearance on the Unshakeable Being podcast, hosted by the charming, wise and always affable Dr. Heather Clark, ParmD. ...

Is Your Intention Bigger Than Your Identity?

We can only experience what we are a vibrational match for Hey guys, welcome to this blog on breaking free of limiting identities. I wanted to share this with you today as kind of a ‘hack’ of sorts, that might just be the final piece of the puzzle for some...

Guilt, Remorse & Self Forgiveness

Stop trying to escape & recognise that you have the power with you to make new choices! So today guys & gals, I really want to speak to you about how we can stop burdening ourselves with self-flagellating thoughts and emotions like guilt or remorse.  These are emotional states that...

You Have Never Failed

You’ve always been a winner, you just didn’t know the game you were playing! Hello fellow dreamers.  I wanted to use this blog to really highlight something that, I think many of us misunderstand. You have not failed at anything. Ever.  When you understand that we are all perfect, creating...

Judgement

Today’s Lesson: Judgement is a mother f**ker! OK, forgive the profanity but it is there to make a point. I want to talk to you in this brief, but hopefully enlightening blog, about judgement. I want to impress upon you just how self-sabotaging it is to engage in.  Someone who’s...

Victimhood V. Agency

Why do people choose to be victims? I just wanted to share this thought with you. It arose from a conversation that I had in a group that I’m a part of. We were discussing why people so often think of themselves as victims.  My take on it was that...