Getting Clear on What You Want – Denise Linn

In order to achieve your dreams, you must first become clear on exactly what you desire. Wishing for a miracle without knowing exactly what you would like it to be is like taking a trip without a map and hoping that you arrive at a great location.

To gain clarity, write down what you’d like your life to be like in 1 year, 2 years, 5 years, 10
years, and finally 20 years. Make it very specific. (You can always adjust as time goes on.)

To get to where you want to go, you must first know where you are going.

A number of years ago, a survey was conducted a prestigious university in which the graduating class members were asked about their personal dreams for the future. Some people had set goals and created plans to fulfill them… and others didn’t. They interviewed the same individuals later and found that those who had specific dreams (and a plan) were not only immensely more successful, but were also much happier (by their own declaration) than those who didn’t have specific dreams and a plan for fulfillment. To get to where you want to go, you must first know where you are going.

To make sure that what you’ve written down is really what your soul desires, visualise all of your desired outcomes – for the future years – having come true. And then, while in a meditative state, ask yourself, ‘Is this really what my soul desires?’

The reason why it’s important to ask this question is because often what we consciously want (the new house, the promotion, and so on) is at odds with what our soul yearns for (more time to relax, more time with the kids, and so forth.

Make sure that what you say you want is actually what your higher self desires… otherwise, achieving your dreams will never bring you joy.


Denise Linn is the author of Past Lives, Present Miracles and will be appearing at I Can Do It! 2011 in Sydney and Melbourne. For more info and tickets CLICK HERE.

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