Activate: Dream Vacation
As part of our vibration activation series, this post from Caroline Meyer is designed to align you to your dream vacation!
Use it when you want to manifest a fabulous getaway.
We know this works because whenever we find a way to feel what we want like it’s already here, it cues Universe to make it happen.
One read through should be good for a 17 second vibe activation, and that’s all it takes to make a shift. All you have to do after that is honor inspiration (that is, do what feels good).
(Change up words or phrases as inspired to support your best feeling on the subject.)
Enjoy the vibration of a dream vacation:
It is amazing to be in this place where I look out the window and everything is so beautiful and so different from what I’m used to.
All of my senses have awakened to the new sights, sounds, smells and tastes. I feel truly alive!
My body feels energized and full of excitement to see what the day holds for me. I tune into the element of discovery and finding a great little cafe or a fantastic view point makes me feel like one of the great explorers.
My greatest discoveries often happen accidentally while in search of more obvious places. I spend my time and energy looking for the beauty, the fun and the good that my vacation spot has to offer which truly makes it apparent to me that in this world only exists beauty, fun and good. I milk the joy out of each and every day.
I’m no longer sure what day it is but I feel fairly in tune with the time as I have mostly been outdoors, paying attention to the way the angles of the sun play on the landscape around me. I feel so in tune with nature.
I also feel more connected with the people around me. I enjoy relying on strangers for directions and recommendations. I talk to people I normally would not reach out to and this makes me feel in the flow of things. Upon recognizing a familiar face or a familiar spot, I begin to feel like part of the action.
Because nothing of what will transpire today has anything to do with my usual routine, time stands still. My biggest preoccupations for the day are what will I eat and from where will I enjoy the sunset.
Everything around me I see as art. The landscape, the buildings, the lamp posts all have a pleasingly unfamiliar look. I want to take photos of everything.
I feel like royalty, eating out every day which is something I would never do at home. It is so wonderful to sit down at a completely new restaurant and delight in all of the possibilities on the menu.
The unfamiliar leaves me with the excitement that I could be something embarking on something better than I have ever experienced before.
I sleep deeply at night from having a full day of new and stimulating experiences and free of any long-forgotten worries and responsibilities I have left at home.
I wake up when I am done sleeping without even wondering what time it is because it doesn’t matter. I have no schedule.
This is my dream vacation.
(Thank you, Caroline! And thanks to everyone else who posts about their dream vacation in the comments!)