“If you don’t know what you want you’ll end up with what you get. ” Unknown
I loved these points from tinybuddha.com. First, what does your heart really want at this time? Don’t try to think about it, just follow your heart. Next, take note on what you are sensing. Sit with a choice and really feel what it feels like. And in Access we say, Does it feel light or heavy? Go with it if it feels light. Realize that something may not end up looking like you envision it. And that is okay.
Another thing from Access is, what would you choose in this 10 seconds? And in this 10 seconds? Know that you can continually make choices. The most important thing is to make that choice. Don’t stay stuck and don’t choose anything. Just choose something and if it does not feel right, choose again.
What you focus on, shows up in your life! What you put out into the universe will come back to you so set your goals, make your plans and state your dreams. To be successful you need that goal in mind. Practice making an “I Want” list. This is similar to doing your gratitude list (where you appreciate what you already have to gain more).
Really be true with yourself, even if it feels selfish. You don’t want to live your life with regrets. Admit to yourself what you really want. What would really make you happy? What would bring the most joy? Continue to play with the possibilities and your preferences will come to the surface. What else is possible?
Are you a little uncomfortable with an idea, but the idea feels right? Write it down and start talking to people about it. Get used to your new direction. You can even ask yourself, what would be even better? And then, what would be even better than that? How does it get any better than that? Now you have really pointed yourself in your true direction. Remember to play and have fun.
Once you have your purpose in mind, start creating your own reality. Embrace your goals and go for it.
If you need help clarifying some questions to ask to find your direction, contact me about my coaching programs. Coaching also helps keep you accountable to moving in the right direction and reaching those goals.