Each book of The Stelladaur Series is packed with thought-provoking gems from many of the characters. One of my most favorite quotes is from Book One, Finding Tir Na Nog, in a scene where the protagonist, Reilly, first finds out what a Stelladaur is and one of the remarkable ways a Stelladaur can be used. His dad said:
“One day, when he was old enough to appreciate its significance, Great Grandpa gave his son the stone, called a Stelladaur, as a gift. ‘The Stelladaur will lead you to your greatest desire,’ he told his son. ‘Most everyone has a wish, but only some have a true greatest desire.’ When my father asked Great Grandpa how he would know if he had a greatest desire, he replied, ‘A wish becomes a greatest desire at the very moment when a person’s belief in the seemingly impossible is stronger than any doubt.’”
What is your greatest desire?
That’s a big question! It may not be easy to answer—but why?
It could be because it’s easy to feel like obtaining a personal greatest desire is simply out of our reach. Too many setbacks, obstacles or roadblocks. Too many competing interests. Too-much-of-this or too-little-of-that. In a word, impossible! The list is endless and most of us are all too familiar with our own dreadful list.
However, here is a scientifically proven fact that can help. Are you ready? Our thoughts can literally help us create the life we want, if we become aware of our emotions and feelings surrounding our thought-patterns. When we focus our thoughts on the belief part of the equation—in other words, believing that it’s both possible and probable to have what we want most—then those things appear and become real in our life. It happens almost unexpectedly. Sort of like magic! And that’s the moment you know that your greatest desire is no longer merely a wish or fantasy.
I’ll explore much more on this topic in future editions. For now, know that The Stelladaur Series probes the boundaries of human possibilities! Begin your Stelladaur adventure today!