Tuesday, September 20, 2016
LOVE BEING YOU
Good day and I hope you are having a great day. Today I want to talk to you frankly about your goals, aspirations, and visualizations, and where you stand with those currently. If you have been a reader of this blog, I am going to go on the premise that you know how to set goals, all 6 steps of it. You know how to visualize and you know how to use The Law of Attraction (LOA). If this premise is not correct I have various resources for you. Obviously this blog is one. Start with the introductory posts which I have a link for on the lower right side of this page. If you have problems with goal setting, my first original paper back Road Map To Life has detailed explanation of how to set and achieve goals. All of these resources are available here on this page or the product tab of this blog.
The purpose of this particular post is to talk to those of you who know exactly how to set and achieve goals, know how to visualize, and are essentially deliberate manifesters. To you I want to say wherever you are in your progress towards those goals, be AT JOY with it. You know what you have to do, and sometimes everyone will go through a rut. There will be times when I don’t feel like writing, posting, exercising. The fact that these times do happen to highly focused people creates a sense of guilt for them. You have heard me post on this blog before that the sense of guilt does nothing to help you achieve your goals. It actually attract more opportunities for you to feel guilty. In fact when you are feeling guilty about the fact that you did not go and exercise, or did not write a certain number of pages, the feelings are actually going to attract more opportunities to procrastinate and not do what you are supposed to do.
I am not telling you not be accountable to yourself. What I am telling you is to be at ease with the decision that you have made at that particular time. If you don’t feel like exercising, that is a decision you are making. Now this follows the premise that you are disciplined enough and normally you will do what needs to be done to achieve your goals. It is a completely different discussion if you have never achieved any goals, you are a constant procrastinator, and you are not focused at all. The discussion today is with those of you who at times just don’t have a good day. What I want you to realize is that it is OK. We are all humans. At the time perhaps not going to work out brought more joy to you than going to work out. Embrace that JOY, and it will bring you more opportunities to feel joyous, which will actually come from achieving your goals, so you will be more likely to attend your next exercise session or pump out 20 more pages in the next hour.
We all know how LOA works. The ultimate goal is to reach for the feeling of joy. You want to reach for good feelings, that way you will attract more opportunities to feel good. Achieving your goals and dreams will bring you joy, so by extrapolation you will manifest opportunities to reach and succeed in your goals. I hope this makes sense. This is not an excuse not to do the things you need to do. It is a fact about being 100 percent responsible and OK with the decisions you make at the time.