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Jul 17, 2017

Are you action-oriented, or more of a daydreamer? In today’s show, Summer McStravick unpacks the art of conscious daydreaming, which she calls Flowdreaming, to tap into a deeper trust and flow with the universe that created us.

We explore why it’s far more productive to let go of the conscious, problem-solving mind. In Flowdreaming, the payoff for the practice of conscious daydreaming is the lived, embodied experience of aligning the future to the present. That may sound “out-there.” In actuality, it’s refreshingly efficient, fun, and easeful.


I rap with Summer McStravick about Flowdreaming:

  • How to use conscious daydreaming to access higher states of flow and ease.
  • Why we need to lose track of time to access a deeper plane of consciousness
  • How to access a frictionless state of knowing

By Flowdreaming, you tap into your core state of consciousness, where you can emote and therefore create.

Take the time to ask a question and receive an answer, or receive an arising emotion. Check out Flowdreaming.

What you’ll get out of tuning in:    

  • Are you in  need of more action or more dreaming? Learn how to develop both aspects of yourself.
  • How to make the most of conscious daydreaming
  • How ultra-controllers can learn to let go
  • Why you want to engage in pre-action rather than reaction




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Show Highlights:

  • 5:10 Flowdreaming has two elements: Flow and Dreaming. Flow is a realization that life is a continuous flow of growth without resistance. Dreaming is the practice of conscious daydreaming, where we can connect to our consciousness and co-create through emotion and desire.
  • 8:55 It's easier for some people to fall into nonphysical co-creation than others. If you are more action-oriented than preaction-oriented, you should schedule time for daydreaming. Spend 10-15 minutes a day connecting with consciousness.
  • 11:40 You may naturally release into daydream when you engage in a repetitive activity such as riding a bike or taking a shower. When this happens, open up all the way and let free-form associations happen, and connect into flow and source.
  • 15:40 Summer describes how flowdreaming helped her grieve her cancer diagnosis and find a state of bliss.
  • 19:45 Mining regret daily creates constant healing and learning. By doing this, you release smaller losses and failures, and ensure that they won't build up to a point of overwhelming grief.
  • 24:40 In today's western society, our masculine cognition and willpower is overdeveloped, while feminine intuition and desire is trained out of us early on. But our feminine intuition is really in charge of our actions and behaviors, and thus it is important for us to tap into and harness that power of desire.  


Favorite Quotes:

  • "We are expanding and adding to ourselves every single day." - Summer McStravick
  • "There is a natural road that is frictionless, that doesn't have any resistance, that is you fully in your expansion, in your growth." - Summer McStravick
  • "Emotion is the universal language." - Summer McStravick
  • "Have a conversation with source, with flow, with future, with your greater self. Whatever! Emote, and therefore you're creating." - Summer McStravick
  • "Most of the time, we spend our lives in reaction… if you want to be someone who is co-creating, who is manifesting, you have to get out of reaction. You have to get into preaction." - Summer McStravick
  • "Whatever you're feeling or experiencing, you're actually creating." - Summer McStravick
  • "There are multiple paths to God…, multiple paths to source. - Summer McStravick
  • "After my diagnosis, I cried for three days straight... It was like a purge of old, blocked emotion. And I realized that I wasn't just crying for the diagnosis. I was crying for every crappy thing that had ever happened to me in my entire life." - Summer McStravick
  • "This feminine power…, it's very connected to emotion, very connected to desire, very connected to full process: life and death, very connected to flow, and actually opens the gateway to collaborative forms of intelligence." - Cate Stillman


Summer McStravick, the woman who invented Flowdreaming, specializes in the architect of emotions – the language of the universe – which she helps people harness so they can program their future and experience unstoppable upleveling and personal growth in every aspect of their lives.

She’s known for having been hand-selected to work for Louise Hay, where she had the opportunity to dream-up and build Hay House Radio to what it is today. There, she produced major online seminars, CDs, and radio programs for people like Esther and Jerry Hicks (with Abraham), Suze Orman, Dr. Christiane Northrup, Dr. Wayne Dyer, Marianne Williamson, Doreen Virtue, and many other luminaries in the fields of self-help and spirituality.

It was while at Hay House Radio that Summer began to share her previously private practice for manifesting, which turned into Flowdreaming®. Recommended by her co-host Dr. Wayne Dyer, public demand for Flowdreaming exploded, so Summer wrote two books and recorded hundreds of audios, and began her life-changing journey teaching Flowdreaming to thousands.