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Like a child’s imagination you should never let go of your dreams. It is not easy, but if you can train your every thought to know…”TO ABSOLUTELY KNOW WITHOUT A DOUBT”…that you are accomplishing your dreams, you will. Sometimes people say, “Be careful what you wish for, because it may come true” …well lets flip that around. Lets wish for what we want and know that it will happen. If you can let go of every fear and pre-conceived notion of what reality is suppose to be, then you can start creating your own reality.

If you believe in mind over matter and that dream attracts dream….the sky is truely the limit. In fact there is no limit.  I like to think about the Law of Magnetic Resonance. An illustration of the Law of Magnetic Resonance is this: picture that you have two pianos in one room. One is at one end of the room and the other piano is at the other end of the room opposite of the first piano. You then strike a key on the first piano to hear the sound come forth, but then if you were to walk across the room to the second piano, and lift up the top, you would find that the same key that you struck on the first piano would be vibrating on the second piano that you never laid a finger on! In the same way dreams and visions attract like or similar dreams and visions.

We dream of having a place in the woods where we can escape the hum of the city. Nothing fancy, just a place friends and family come together around a fire, sip hot cocoa, and talk the night away. And you know that feeling you get when you see something that makes your dream seem like it could become reality? That’s the feeling we got when we read about the lovingly named “Swamp Thing” hut/cabin featured over at Dwell.

For twenty years the structure’s design languished unbuilt but in the summer of 2008 Keith Moskow and Robert Linn, two Boston architects, decided they finally had the right spot to make it a reality. With only one-eighth of an acre of buildable land and the help of some friends, they built the 580-square-foot structure for only $7,500 in materials. The result is just the kind of escape that we’ve been dreaming of.