The 3 Keys
you have a goal, a desire, a want, a need - how do you achieve
BELIEF BEGINS THE
Belief combines your
thoughts and feelings, which go out before you, drawing those
things to you that reinforce your essential beliefs.
For example - you feel
worthless and unloved, walking around with a long face, hoping
that someone will take pity on you. Other people "pick up"
your signals way in advance, cross the road, stop and talk to
the person who is smiling and welcoming. You carry on with a reinforced
belief that no one cares and "happy" things happen to
love yourself and walk around with a smile on your face. Life
feels good and everyone you meet along the way wants to stop and
talk to you. You carry on with a reinforced belief that life is
good and other people care about you.
Having set yourself
a goal to achieve, you can just "believe" your goal
into existence. If you totally and absolutely believe that whatever
is needed to achieve that goal will manifest itself, then your
goal will be achieved. The trick is in how well you "believe"
- this requires absolute and utter conviction, absolutely no shadow
of doubt, not the tiniest "if". It requires you to "know"
the goal is true as sure as if you are seeing it now. It needs
not just your thoughts but also your feelings aligned in "believing"
that the goal already exists for you.
This is not the same
as "wanting". Wanting is a lack of your goal, wanting
is the belief that you don't have your goal. Wanting pushes away
your goal. Did you ever get told as a kid "I want, never
gets". This is very, very true!
You have to believe
you can have your goal, not just want it.
ACTION ALIGNS ENERGY
Action aligns belief
with the direction of the goal.
If you move towards
your goal with purpose, it means that you not only believe you
are going to achieve your goal but you are actually walking towards
it and doing the necessary actions to help it into existence.
For example - say your
goal is for a relationship with a compatible partner, someone
you are empathic with, who has similar values, who shares similar
goals and that has some interests in common. Belief in action
would be demonstrated by first believing you are worthy of such
a partner, then making a list of exactly what attributes you consider
to be compatible with yours, rather than merely dreaming of the
knight in shining armour or the fair damsel waiting for her prince!
It would also be helped a step further, if you also put yourself
in places where you might meet suitable candidates, instead of
sitting at home watching romantic movies on TV.
TIMING - DOING THE
RIGHT THING IN THE RIGHT PLACE AT THE RIGHT TIME
The final step of achievement
is timing. You might have a goal, which despite your best efforts,
never comes to fruition. Perhaps you have an "ideal home
in the country" as your goal. You spend your spare time planning,
visualising, searching, but it just hasn't happened yet.
Did you ever a put
a time on your goal? Did you evaluate if the timing was realistic?
Without a date, it leaves the commitment as a vague idea. You've
said to the universe - I'd like a new home, but not said when
it is to be delivered. So if there are any other things conflicting
with the "goal", it probably won't happen until they've
been dealt with first. For the goal to be reached, it needs everyone's
energy that might affect it or be affected by it, committed to
the same direction. Otherwise, it is like a boat full of rowers
all paddling in different directions! The very act of naming the
date, also highlights where there may be likely conflicts that
could delay your goal.
TIMING = ACHIEVEMENT
So for achieving a
goal, it requires belief to bring the goal into existence,
action to align the energy towards the goal and timing
to fix the point at which the goal will be achieved.
As a final example,
I'll illustrate this process with my 3 chooks. Every day are let
out of their pen to free range. Every night I lock them in for
protection against predators. They enjoy "playing out"
but have got used to their "night time" routine.
When I go to round
them up of an evening, if I try and "herd" them towards
the pen, they usually go in every opposite direction and all in
different directions. My "want" is pushing them away.
If I am too early,
or sometimes if there is a conflicting interest (just got to dig
up this last bit of compost) then I end up chasing them round
the compost heap until they are ready to go or I am done chasing!
The goal isn't reached because their energy is not going in the
same direction as mine or because the timing is not right.
However, if I call
to them and stride with purpose towards their pen at the right
time, they will generally follow to see what is interesting where
I am going. (Belief, action and timing working towards the goal
of 3 chooks tucked up for the night.)
BELIEVE IT, DEFINE
WHEN IT WILL HAPPEN, STRIDE TOWARDS IT AND THEN ACHIEVE IT.
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