“Don’t die with your music still inside you. Listen to your intuitive inner voice and find what passion stirs your soul.”
~ Wayne Dyer
There are countless numbers of people who are senselessly and carelessly trudging through their day – plodding thoughtlessly each and every day. Many others are consciously following their dreams. They have taken charge of their spirit, body and mind. Never-ending effort is a conscious choice in the pursuit of a life dream. There are key guidelines essential and crucial to your success in taking charge of your life. There are must-do guidelines so important that they become like golden secrets! Taking charge of your life today by using these 6 golden guidelines to get started:
Guideline 1. Project What You Dream
Project your dream about your future. Picture the future you dream about. Visualize what you wish for and want. Make every effort you can to make your dreams real. Even though you may one who because of your terrible grief incident has been saddled with a permanent misshapen design your future efforts to make your life more wholesome and positive. Dream about how every day you can move closer to the reality of what you dream. Never give up. Don’t let detours side-track what you dream your future to be. Everyday your thoughts and effort should be what you have visualized about the future healing of your grief and loss.
Guideline 2. Confirm Your Confidence In Self
Sureness in self and your abilities to heal from the sorrow and loss your grief happening has caused may need special daily affirmation. Terrible grief does not counterbalance your condition. Stability, clarity and confidence may be temporarily out of balance. Every day it is important to confirm your abilities. Immediately after your personal unique grief incident is a perfect time to contemplate deeply and write your affirmations about what you have the ability to do. Modify your affirmation until it completely underscores your unique belief in your abilities. Don’t sell yourself short. After you make continuous effort you will discover unidentified and powerful capabilities. If you truly want it as you persist and stay focused and establish confidence in your mind you can you can accomplish much more healing than your grief pain took away.
“Stand up to your obstacles and do something about them. You will find that they haven’t half the strength you think they have.”
~ Norman Vincent Peale
It cannot be over-emphasized how important it is to believe in yourself. Every day confirm your confidence in yourself.
Guideline 3. Accept Responsibility
“I am the source for the perspectives I choose to hold… regardless of how aware I am of why or how I come to possess that particular perspective. It takes courage to look into the mirror of our souls, absent excuses. I will look into that mirror little bits at a time. SEE and ACT. SEE what I can bear to see and ACT upon what I am able. This is the heart of a gentle invitation to personal responsibility.”
~ Mary Anne Radmacher
When the going gets tough there are 10 little words that have reminded me that I am the only one who must decide how and when I will take action. IF IT IS TO BE IT IS UP TO ME. I choose! You choose to be responsibility for you own happiness and success in reconciling your grieving, loss and healing efforts.