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Monday, August 17, 2009

Design your life - Part 1 - Clarity


Getting my body back - Day 112

As the designer of your life, if you are unclear as to what you desire manifested in your reality, you're allowing life to happen to you by default and not for you by design.

Before a designer creates a dress, he or she must first know what the desired design is. The designer must have a clear picture of the desired style of the dress before construction begins.

Similarly, you must know and be very clear with your image of your life.

How do you gain clarity?

Sit in a quiet place and search your inner desires and listen closely to what your heart is feeling. Listen for your true feelings and not what you think you want. For example, you may be looking for a job, willing to take whatever comes your way, but in your heart you truly desire to open your own business but you don't see how it's possible.

Sometimes we may say that we want one thing but deep in our hearts we desire something else. We may only think we desire something because we don't think we could get what it is we truly desire and therefore settle for the substitute desire.

Remove mental limitations. You can't focus on the truth of your desire if you are focused on limitations and obstacles like "I can't see how I could achieve this. I can't see how this is possible. I don't have enough money. I don't have enough time. I don't have the qualifications." When you lay aside limitations and focus on your true desire then you can see a clear picture of your desired life and participate emotionally in the joy of living your dream.

Action steps:

1) Sit in a quiet place
2) Search your heart for your true desires
3) Remove all mental limitations and obstacles
4) See a clear mental picture of your desired life in vivid images
5) Feel the feelings of you enjoying your desired life

Fuelling words: I keep a clear mental vivid image of my desired weight goal and fully participate in the joy of its attainment.

Workout - walking, endurance exercise, weight lifting, deep breathing, gardening

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