Focus on What you Want, not What you don't Want.
Dec 07, 2018
Focus on What you Want ~ Not What you don't Want.
A common piece of advice that's been around for a very long time, you could almost call it "sage advice". Despite it's staying power of an idea, do we really know what it means or entails? There are many philosophical ways of explaining this rule, one being a spiritual meaning.
The spiritual meaning is the idea of truly transmuting energy that surrounds us, universal will perhaps, and with our focused envisioning of what we want, we can make this pop up into your reality. Can't say I understand it or how it truly works, but what I do know for sure, it can't hurt to try.
Then there is the more left brain meaning, and there is room for both at the table. So we would start with the same intent, focusing our mind on an objective so we can see it in our mind's eye, and maybe we have pictures or written goals. The repetition of this imagining creates a neural net, a body of synapses in our brain that now are connecting together, making it easier to keep the idea alive. Having such easy access to our goals will ultimately driver our behavior to get done what needs to get done.
Regardless of your goals in the future, you need a practice to get there, either by having a daily spiritual practice or by having a daily goal reading session, both will get you moving in the right direction, but maybe even done together might get you there faster.
C. David Gilks Your Fellow Traveler
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