Are you currently struggling to reach your objectives? Or are you frustrated, angry and disappointed at your lack of progress in life? You are not alone. The struggle to move from what we don’t want to what we do want is, unfortunately, a fundamental struggle for many individuals. Believe it or not, it is very common for people to struggle against what they want and to actively limit their good. In order to have what you want, you must be willing to end the struggle and move into action. Your success is dependent on your ability to reach your goals and achieve. The easiest way to move from “stuck” into action without struggle is to follow the three-step ultimate success formula: Step 1 – have a motivated mindset, Step 2 – be authentic and Step 3 – be in alignment with your authenticity.
Step 1 – Have a motivated mindset
Your mind has two parts, the conscious thinking logical part and the unconscious part. Your conscious mind is that part of your mind you are using right now to read and analyze these words. However, it is the subconscious part of your mind that is interpreting the symbols on the page and telling you what they represent. This part of your mind is more powerful than you can imagine and is capable of helping you in ways that seem miraculous at times.
Everything that has ever occurred in your life is stored somewhere in the subconscious part of your mind. It is literally an unlimited warehouse for memories and emotions. This is an extremely important aspect of the subconscious mind. You need to have instant access to this stored information so that you can find your way home, remember names and faces, how to do your job etc., it does have major disadvantages!
Not only does your subconscious mind store valuable information it also stores essential emotions. For example, it stores the emotion of pain and fear connected to certain activities such as placing your hand too close to fire. When you find yourself getting too close to fire and feel the heat on your skin your subconscious mind will immediately alert you with a feeling of fear. This mechanism is designed to keep you safe and works very effectively. It also works to your advantage by replaying positive emotions connected to certain situations – think of a time when you caught a glimpse of your spouse or child, heard a piece of music or smelt some perfume or aftershave and were immediately reminded of an earlier time that evoked strong loving emotions.
Therefore, we can view your subconscious mind as acting, in its simplest role, as a recording and playback mechanism – a bit like a fully interactive video recorder. The things that occur to you in your life are recorded and then played back when you access those memories. If your subconscious mind has been “programmed” with negative emotions or a negative self-image, then these are the things it will play back to you when you try something new or reach out past your comfort zone.
To have a motivated mindset it is important to read something motivational, inspirational, or uplifting daily. Look at some beautiful nature photos or read something humorous. Consciously move your thoughts to a more positive place. Seek out things that will lift your spirits and moods. Make it a point to laugh, be happy, joyful, and lighthearted each day. Don’t wait for inspiration to come knocking on your door, go out and find it, or create it. Conjure up some funny or touching memories. Write them in a journal so you can go back and read them when you’re feeling down.
Step 2 – Be authentic
Authenticity means that you are connected to your core and that your desires are a true reflection of your inner self and soul. Here is a recommended Authenticity Check: Sit quietly – create a peaceful, serene, and nurturing space for yourself. It must be a space where you feel comfortable and secure. Spend several minutes in quiet and inner reflection upon your goal. Have paper and pen handy. Ask within if this goal is the appropriate goal for you to achieve at this time. If the answer is yes, skip to the next step which is to become in alignment with your goal. If the answer is no, ask what a more appropriate goal would be for you right now.
By asking this question, you move from being ruled by the needs of the mind (survival issues) and begin to access the soul within. You leave behind the petty desires of the ego and move into realizing the desires of the soul. As a result, your goals become truer and more authentic.
Write down the response you receive. If you need additional clarity concerning the response, ask for it. Keep asking within until you feel complete.
Step 3 – Alignment
Alignment means that your entire being is in agreement with the goal you want to achieve. For example, you come home from work one evening and you are very tired. But this evening is your work-out night. You sit on the couch and actually have to talk yourself into getting into your gym clothes and heading off to the gym. What you did in convincing part of yourself to go to the gym when it really wanted to rest on the couch is called alignment. You got yourself into alignment with the idea and intention of going to the gym no matter how tired a part of you felt. To end struggle and successfully achieve goals, all parts of you must work together for manifestation. That means all bodies, mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual, must be in agreement concerning a goal. There can be no doubts, limiting beliefs or attachments.
Having a motivated mind set will help you to set authentic goals and bring yourself into full alignment with these goals. You will now be able to move forward without struggle because all blocks to achieving your goals will be removed and success will eventually be yours.
If my work bring value to you then please donate here to help me to continue creating useful content. Thank you for your donation.