what you want

Knowing what it is That You Want in Life is Key

 

 

Most people go through their lives and never give a second thought to what they want in life. Oh, they may think about the things that they want in the immediate future; they may even give thought to some vague dreams that they have down the line, but they rarely sit and think about what it is that they want to happen to them in detail.

 

Most people live without knowledge or forethought about their lives and therefore become victims of their own consciousness, or more specifically, their subconsciousness. For those people, work is merely “getting a job,” and life is a series of basic choices about where to live and how to set up their home. They may choose their place to live because rent is cheap. They may find themselves unable to be in a solid relationship or may find that they are ineffectual parents.

 

Within yourself, you will find that there is a craving for more that is dying to be satisfied. You have a desire to have more substance in your life and to have more enjoyment in your day to day existence. If you doubt the power of your own mind to create the world that you exist in, think for a moment of the old adage, “As a man thinketh, so is he.” A major factor in successfully implementing the idea of manifesting in your life is to take time to ponder what it is that you want out of your life. Not just for the immediacy, but also for the long term, and for all of the details and minor things that come in between. Your plans and your goals are the roadmaps that you will use to create the world that you want to live in.

 

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A good way to get started is to take the time to sit and think for a long time about the answers to the following questions. Write these answers down, and take a little time every few days from this point on to explore them further.

What is your deepest desire?

 

  • What would I like to accomplish in my life?
  • What would I like to accomplish this year?
  • Where would I like to be in 5 years?
  • Where would I like to be in 20 years?
  • What am I good at?

 

Look into all areas of your life:

 

  • Your profession
  • Your relationships
  • Your health
  • Your financial situation
  • How you have fun (how you spend your holidays and vacations)

 

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