Using the Dream Box




“If you can’t see it, you can’t be it.”


“If you don’t know where you’re going, you can’t arrive.”


“If you don’t have a dream,

 how can you make a dream come true?”


The Dream Box is a very smart device. It encourages you to imagine, determine, decide, focus on and then achieve a desirable = happiness generating personal goal. If you fail to achieve a unique personal goal you become as it were ‘dead meat’, and prone to sorrow. If you want a dream to come true (and by so doing become true to yourself) you have to create (or borrow) a dream and then make it happen perfectly in the everyday world. What your desired goal will be is your free choice. Any goal will do. Happiness is the payoff for making a dream come true, that is to say, for goal achievement, whereby the content of achievement is irrelevant.


What the dream box, i.e. as external hardware, does is help you stay focussed on your dream/goal. Each time you interact with the box the impact of your dream/goal is reinforced in your sub-conscious which then, as auto-pilot, gradually changes you and makes you capable of achieving your goal.


Each Dream Box purchased at Victor’s Way comes with an instructions pack. The instructions pack serves to make conscious the basic procedures for making one’s dream/goal come true so that they can be applied intentionally and systematically.




Dream Box Instructions




1. The dream box holds only one dream.


One dream* alone can be ‘made real’ (or, one act (or thought) alone can be completed) during any real-time period. More than one dream or mixing dreams does not allow 100% mental focussing and physical application. Attempting to take several steps in different directions at one and the same time simply leads to indecision and failure.


* A dream is a series of thoughts. Acting out each thought turns the dream into an everyday reality. Making a thought (= dream) real in the everyday world is rewarded with happiness.


2. Visualize your dream clearly in fine detail.




Unless the dream (a fantasy as personal goal /task or a desired future state) is ‘seen’ (i.e. imagined, better still, ‘felt’ in the pit of the stomach or the heart) complete and whole you cannot (act it out in the everyday world and) attain it.


Acknowledge the finished creation


Acknowledging your dream-to-come-true ‘saves’ the dream and hardens it (in the unconscious). Triple acknowledgement locks the dream tightly into your unconscious where it begins to influence the way you act. In other words, first you invent the dream. It then reconfigures how you act, thereby making your dream (= you) real in the everyday world. In the religious sphere, the (triple) acknowledgement ‘Amen’ (“So be it!”) or the Sanskrit: svaha are used. The more powerful and intense the acknowledgement, the more it hardens the resolve.


3. Power up your dream with passion, i.e. with the happiness you feel when it comes true.



The more energy (i.e. power, motivation, passion, enthusiasm, urge and so on) you invest in your dream, the more likely that it will become an everyday reality.


If you can’t feel passionately about your dream, i.e. if you don’t invest maximum energy in it, it ain’t going to happen.


Traditionally, ‘wishing stones’, such as those in Glendalough, Ireland, and which require extreme energy exertion to ‘embrace’, have been used for powering up a dream-to-come-true.


4. Intensify the passion by making a deal, i.e. by offering something in return for the realization of your dream.





There’s no such thing as a free lunch. This truism has been established by scientific observation and experiment, though still denied by those who fail to achieve.


The most extreme deal is the one made for one’s life (or soul, if you have one), for instance, when getting married or when having just avoided a sudden death.


Acknowledge the deal




5. Set a deadline for your dream to come true.



A deadline must be set. Setting a deadline forces towards decision, thereby forcing realisation. Your mind (read: Guide & Control System or Bio-Nav), and which regulates, indeed, creates the whole process of attainment, must be forced to decide (and end) the dream realisation process; if your mind is not forced to decide or stop it postpones achievement/ending (hence fulfilment) indefinitely.


6. Write or draw your dream in detail on a piece of paper and put it into the Dream Box.



Some people enclose their dream (= imagined reality) in a locket. Others symbolise it with an icon and wear it as a pendant or ‘mala’. Still others, like myself, tattoo the icon for their dream on their body. The aim is to be always close to the dream (as one is to a loved one).


Writing out or drawing (or modelling) the precise content of your dream creates a frame (or skin = limit) for your desired reality (= your dream to come true). Once formal and time limits have been set, your mind can re-organise (= re-tool) you to act out those limits in the everyday world.

If limits (i.e. a frame or skin) are not set, then the mind (you’re your Bio-Nav or auto-pilot) can’t act to create the desired reality.


Inventing a dream that is clearly defined is of itself a source of happiness/pleasure (i.e. like going to the movies).



Inspect your dream carefully and change where necessary, then acknowledge.


What you see (think, imagine, dream) is what you’re going to get (or be), warts and all. This is where you have be really smart and anticipate probable changes to yourself and your needs not only on the way to realizing your dream but also after its attainment. Consequently, it’s crucial to review the outcomes of previous dreams you have made come true. When you have finally decided on your dream, acknowledge its whole content.


7. Place the Dream Box in a prominent place so that it constantly reminds you of your dream.




By using the Dream Box as a reminder you create a conditioned (and subliminal) reflex. Every time the Dream Box (or even a symbol or icon for it) is seen or touched, actually or in the imagination, the mind will subliminally re-access the entire dream content, thereby reinforcing the entire dream, thereby acknowledging, hardening and re-energising the path (as series of individual acts) to its realisation.


8. Each night as you go to sleep recall and relive your dream; and enjoy the happiness its realization brings.




The purpose of this operation is to actively and with greater intensity recall = relive the whole dream content in relaxed, hence well-focussed consciousness and take it into sleep so that the mind can work on it in dreamtime. Recalling (= reliving) the completed (‘as if come true’) dream content of itself produces a surge in energy, interpreted as happiness, and which can be used to reinforce and power up the dream.


9. Every day perform at least three acts towards making your dream come true.


Initially, force yourself to create three actual dream directed acts per day. Gradually, as your mind (and which directs all your acts) shifts operation to making your dream come true, because you keep on directing it to your dream, actual dream directed acts begin to happen spontaneously and effortlessly.  The more your mind (and your body following its instructions) becomes grooved into realising your dream, the less effort will be required, and the more joy will flow from the anticipation of achievement. 


Acknowledge each and every bit of progress made.




If and when your dream has come true acknowledge the fact.


Enjoy your dream come true.




It is smart give some or all of it away and start again on the next dream


Obviously, nothing lasts, not even the joy of achievement. Hence the sooner you can start again on a new dream-to-come-true and experiencing more joy flowing from achievement, the better. In short, it’s the momentary (or short-lived) thrill of achievement (or winning) and not the content of achievement you’re after, even if you won’t immediately admit it.

Giving away (i.e. sacrificing) some (for instance 10%) or all of the dream-come-true releases masses of energy (and happiness) within you. You can then use that energy to power up your next dream-to-come-true. Obviously, the ultimate happiness comes from sacrificing one’s life. But that’s another story!


10. To remove the dream, throw away the box.


As long as the Dream Box (i.e. the reminder as conditioned reflex trigger) is available to everyday consciousness the dream to be made real remains active – and a distraction. Hence, if you change your mind and create a new dream to be made real, throw the Dream Box away and get a new one….. and start over.

In other word, as long as the icon of your dream remains on your desktop (i.e. in everyday consciousness) it remains active. Hence, ‘Out of sight, out of mind, out of life.’


Victor’s Way


Roundwood, Co Wicklow


For sale: ‘Making your dream come true’, by Victor Langheld


€ 5,-  (64 pages)