Monday, July 26, 2010

Thinking backwards

Have you ever thought that you would like to have or do something but put it out of your mind because you don’t know how to go about it? You’ve got to ‘think backwards’.


First, whether it is having more money, starting a business, finding love, whatever... you have to figure out your intention. I would like to... be a writer, for example. If that is your goal you set the intent and then think of a process, starting small and staying positive. What would it feel like? To start small maybe start blogging or send out a newsletter. Set the intention of what you would like your message to be. Remember that you have the freedom to change your mind at any time.

What about having more money? Setting that as an intention, first. Be open and positive! You can have more money if you spend less, right? Record everything you spend. Label each thing as ‘A’, ‘B’, or ‘C’. A being most important such as mortgage and food and C being least important. Cut from C wherever possible... maybe put your satellite on hold for the summer or cut out a few little extras. Saving money is still having more money.

Want more joy in your life? Make that your intent and then think in small steps. What do you like? Eating ice cream while walking by the water? Do it, maybe as a treat to yourself on Friday nights after a long week of work. Do you like an extremely clean house? Set aside $60 a week to have someone come in and clean once a week. Maybe while you eat your ice cream while walking by the water. Hehe...

It’s all about the intention for the end result. If it still boggles you then set the intention and let it go. The answers will come. You will attract it if you stay positive about it. Don’t stress, obsess or depreciate the situation (as opposed to appreciate).

How will you ‘think backwards’?

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  1. I love your blogs. They make me calm and relax. Your advices are very helpful and the way you are trying to helping others is really nice of you. Good work!

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