You don’t know what you want
This wishy washy state comes from not having been taught or learned about ourselves. If you knew about yourself and you had a clear connection with yourself, there would not be much doubt as to what is that you wanted.
Having so much distraction at our fingertips makes it even worse. And if you ever get the chance to connect with yourself, those constant alarms of your technology gets you disconnected and brings you back to the clutter of the world.
Why to define what you want
Many people go through life without making a long lasting plan for their later years in life. This comes as consequence of not being clear on what they want and, of course, not moving forward to accomplish it.
I think it’s impossible to have clarity in life and have nothing to account for at the end of it.
How to clarify what you want
- Vision Board: A vision board is a group of images that you like. They can be online images, images printed from a magazine, or you print them out yourself. These images represent something that you feel in your heart as something that you’d like to be, do or have. One key point before you begin is to only select images that mean something to you. Not just images of things that would be nice to be, do or have, but images you feel a deep connection with within yourself. For instance the image of a house to me means family, love, loved ones, warmth, coziness, peace, rest, tranquility, belonging, accomplishment, safety, security, and more.
- Write it down: A few years ago when I finally decided to write, I took a challenge to write for two weeks. During this challenge I realized that it is true, we already have all of the information we need within ourselves. Writing is one way to let your guidance, dreams and desires come out and be read.
- Imagine the end of your life: I think this process of defining what you want is really good. To do this you just sit really quietly, remove distractions, close your eyes and imagine you’re in the last days of your life -whatever age this may be, maybe 70, 90 or 110. As you see yourself grown in years, think about this: take a look back at your life and answer these questions: Do you feel fulfilled for the life you’ve lived? If not, what does your future self need to feel fulfilled? If you cannot get nothing from those questions, try imagining yourself again at the end of your life and imagine you feel fulfilled for the life you lived. What happened that made you feel that way? What can you begin doing now that can help you feel that way?
- Meditate: If you do it right, meditation can help you get all the guidance you need. There is not one way to do it. Find the method that works best for you and stay there. I do the attention to the breath and the guided meditations.
- Just ASK: You might be surprised how you can get answers to your questions. Get in the habit of making questions to God, your Higher Self, your spiritual guides, your angels, beings of the light, or to the just plain void if you want to. Just get in the habit of asking and little by little you’ll begin to notice how either you get the answers or you get guided to a person, event, book, song, etc. to get your answer. There’s no need to become fancy about this. You don’t need to go anywhere special nor do any kind of rituals. Just ASK wherever you are.
What do you really want? Sit down and write it out on a piece of paper, write it in the present tense. You might begin by writing, 'I am so happy and grateful now that...' and then explain how you want your life to be in every area.” –Bob Proctor
Now, tell me in the comments below, what have you been doing to know and clarify what you want, and has it worked for you?
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