Something I have noticed in recent day to day living is that I no longer have to work towards my outcomes. Rather, I ask the universe for what I want and then feel moved when the time comes to act. The feeling I get when I need to do something is like a tingle and a desire to engage in an activity such as look on Craigslist, call a particular person, go to a particular place, and so on. I confess that it was not so long ago I was always trying to reach my goals by agonizing over every detail. As a result of so much trying, I was exhausted and deflated, and I felt completely alone.
My journey to accomplishing the “impossible” began via treasure map making, quantum visualization (think Joe Dispenza), and making a daily gratitude list. At the time, I was very unhappy in most areas of my life. The information that kept coming into my life from many places was that I needed to be still and stop trying. I absolutely know how strange the strategy of waiting sounds which begs the question, “how can one accomplish anything by doing nothing?” In truth, I guess I was doing something. While waiting, I was engaging in feeling work, reviewing my treasure map several times per day, and framing my dislikes as thank yous ~ thank you that I live in my dream home, thank you that I am working at my dream job, thank you for my dream relationships, and so on.
Overtime, my dreams began to come true. First and foremost, I moved onto some acreage in my hometown into a house I love. I became able to straighten out maladaptive relationships, and began receiving the storage items I needed for either free or at a low price. I came across a plan for spending money that made a lot of sense to me. On the flip side, there were some challenges. I had to overcome some health and personal issues. While the personal issues took a lot of courage and energy to overcome, the health issues presented a lot of time to rest.
In talking with some friends, I learned that others also want to live a life that fills them from head to toe. As such, I want to pass on some tips for getting to the level you are craving, to being successful in all you do, and for becoming Unstoppable.
- Realize that nothing is going to change overnight and you are going to have to keep showing up to see results. If you get quick results, congratulate yourself because somewhere along the line you have done the pre-work.
- When the going gets tough, remind yourself that change takes time. You have gotten where you are now over the course of your lifetime so conversely, it is going to take time to turn around.
- The people in your life are likely not going to be supportive of your desire to change and you will have to overcome that roadblock to avoid falling back into your old life. I recommend finding people who are where you want to be to support you along the way.
- You will need to get into touch with your feelings and intuition so you can grow, which will lead to greater and greater success.
- Know that when you are triggered by something, the trigger is a sign that you need to heal a wound in your life. Healing wounds consists of feeling your feelings and staying with those feelings until the feelings dissipate.
- Each day, make a list of 10 things you are grateful for. Also include gratitude for things that you are seeking to happen in the future.
- Act as if. Imagine yourself where you want to be and feel and use the energy you will have when you are living your ideal life. Your mind only knows what you tell it and if you feed it positive information, your outcomes will be positive.
- Put together your treasure map which consists of pictures, times, and dates of where you want to be. I like to take photos of other successful people accomplishing what I want to accomplish and place my head on that picture so I can visualize myself accomplishing those goals.
- Read, read, read. When a topic that you want to know about comes up, read about that topic. One caveat is to consider the source. I like reading information from people who are educated in their field. I know that those individuals have been trained to recognize correct procedures in their work and findings.
Finally, hire a coach to help you along the way. A trained, educated coach can help you flush out the nonsense and get down to work.
All the best!