One of my longtime habits is to write down my goals for the year. It helps me to focus and really look at what I think I want. Yes, what we think we want and what we really want is not always the same. It becomes apparent after a few months. Try it.
I usually choose goals from several categories. Work, home, relationship - you get the point. Here are some goals I set for myself for this coming year:
- Write a new book called “Better Living through Right Thinking”
- Finish the remodeling project at our house in Palm Springs and subsequently move there this year
- Continue to grow my student base and start workshops in Palm Springs
- Work on my sense of aging gracefully and continue a healthy life style
These are just a few examples on my list. But it shows you, that some are basic day to day improvement projects that need to be followed through to better my living conditions. Some are mental adjustments like more faith, patience, and love. Some pertain to success, which require courage, a sense of abundance, focus, and determination.
I can and will adjust these goals during the year accordingly, but the list is my guideline and starting point to stay focused. When I say walk the talk I mean that we must act on our dreams and aspirations. Wishful thinking does not do the trick. Phrases like “I’d like to”, or “I want to try”, “I hope to accomplish”, and so forth are not adequate mental producers. Full faith and expectancy in already having your desire fulfilled is the starting point of all manifestation. So if you have a heart’s desire go at it with full force and of course…love!
I wish you all a successful and happy 2015 filled with lots of love!