Redirecting our lives

Redirecting our lives


Do you feel satisfied of your day and on the right track as you prepare for your night rest? Or do you routinely proceed without any particular thought for what happened during the time you have been conscious?


Most of us go on autopilot because we have not developed the habit of checking the direction of our lives daily. Our mood gets the best of us. Not only do we put up with current or past circumstances, but also we have no lever to gear up our steps towards our goals and dreams.


Do you want to change this state of affairs and get a grip? If your answer is yes, then you desire to understand and control the course of your life. This desire alone, if maintained strong and long enough, will lead you to the tools and techniques that apply to your situation.


What if you set aside 5 to 10 minutes before bedtime? What for? To  review your day, express gratitude and come up with a few ideas that can make an impact on the next day. This habit strikes by its simplicity. However, it works like a magnifying glass. It concentrates the rays of your thoughts to blaze a trail for a better life.


In my book “Land of Dormant Dreams, a walk into the future”, you will mine such ideas. This transformative novel helps you to redirect your life, and the circumstances of your community and nation.


Visit also my blog: www.wakedormantdreams.com.


“Liberty, equality, and fraternity remain the rallying cry of women and men in love with peace and prosperity. May the ashes of the past and the untiring effort of the present fertilize the seeds of the future.”
Taken from “Land of Dormant Dreams”, page 12.

Jean Ricot DORMEUS

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“To concede defeat when you are entrusted with a mission amounts to jeopardizing the utility and quality of the rest of your life. Is it worth it?”

Jean Ricot Dormeus, Land of Dormant Dreams – A Walk into the Future, p. 61