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The Dragon Has Arrived… Now What?

The Dragon Has Arrived… Now What?

Once a woman was having a dream and in the dream a great big dragon was chasing her. She ran as fast as she could and eventually the dragon captured her. When the dragon grabbed her, she became terrified and cried out, “What are you going to do with me?” The dragon in his confident and powerful voice said, “Lady I really don’t know because this is your dream.”

Often people say, “I am hopeful that one day my dreams will come true”. Early in my ministry I changed these words to “My dreams are waiting on me to come true”. In other words, what do I need to accept and release so that I may step into my dreams? How do I become more self aware, so my consciousness can accept more success, love and prosperity?

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