We always want more and better. There is nothing wrong with that, it is in our nature. There are many ways to prepare you to get what you desire, writing things down is one of the most effective.
Writing down your desires and goals makes changes in your brain, and in the energy of your entire body, making it easier for you to achieve what you desire. Give it a try.
Living with intention
Some of the changes you went through in the last few years must have probably left to chance. Not that there’s anything wrong with chance, but life is always better when you live it with intention.
If you really want a better life make a commitment with yourself to be more intentional about what comes in and out of your life experience.
There are many ways you can do this: setting down goals, scanning each of the areas of your life, or just writing your desires down. Writing them down as in writing down by hand one sentence at the time and repeating it in every row until you fill an entire page.
Write it down
It is highly likely to achieve your goals when you write them down. This is because your energy is so focused in one particular desire and focused energy creates just like focused light cuts (laser).
Because you will be doing this for many days I recommend you to grab a brand new notebook (although not necessary), a pen or pencil that feels good to you, and a find space where you can sit down and write.
It doesn’t matter much the time of the day you do the writing as it matters how focused you are when you do it -although the best times to write are right after waking up or before going to sleep.
So, plan to write your sentences whenever you have about 15 or 20 minutes of uninterrupted time. You can write 2 or 3 sentences every day, one sentence per page though. You don’t have to repeat the same sentences every day but it would be good to do so as long as you feel you should do it.
Begin by writing one sentence. This sentence can be related to something you know you can be or do or have but for some reason it has not happened.
Start sentences with “I am”, or “I do”, or “I have” to make sure you speak in the present moment. This is because nothing happens tomorrow, everything is always happening in the present moment.
Here is an example of a sentence and a variation of it: “I have a strong and healthy body” or “I am strong and healthy” or “I do what I need to do to be strong and healthy”. Use the sentences that feel more true to you (very important).
You can also add adjectives to it like “I have a strong, healthy, and energetic body” or “I am strong, healthy, and energetic”. Write down whatever feels true to you. Add as many adjectives as you feel you desire, but also that you believe they can be possible. Affirmations are also great. Again, make sure you believe they can be possible.
Remember that the sentences have to feel good to you. If there’s something in it that makes you cringe or doubt, remove that word and find other words that feel better.
Do not use negative words and do not use sentences describing what you don’t want. Your mind is like Google. If you type in Google, “don’t show me pictures of pink elephants”, what do you think Google is going to give you? Yep, pictures of pink elephants. So keep your sentences in a positive and desired tone.
Simply writing down your goals in life is the first step toward achieving them” ― Henriette Anne Klauser
When we write down our desires, we are allowing our brains to create new neuro-connections that with repetition get reinforced. When these reinforced neuro-connections are in place, it’s easier for you to be open to receive and see the new information that will help you get closer to achieving your goals.
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