Goal Setting: How To Achieve Your Objectives

Ongoing work in the fields of psychology and personal development proves that the subconscious mind is cybernetic – like a heat-seeking missile, point at a target and it will hit it. In other words, give it a goal in which it believes and it will, by its own devices, achieve that goal. Your subconscious mind is working in this manner already. Unfortunately, however, the outcomes in which the normal subconscious mind believes are a random concoction of the programs we learned as children in relation to how the world works and our place in it.

Again, psychology has concluded that the latent state of the normal adult mind is negative. As a result, if you’re normal, your subconscious heat-seeking capability is targeted at, at the very best, a life that’s not too bad – and that is the kind of life that you get. The directional programs which the normal mind uses as its guidance system were uploaded during our childhood years. We learned by watching how others lived and by being impressed by things that were done for us or to us. Having grown up in a normal world our onboard guidance system is set on “normal”. And, because psychology suggests that normal people don’t control their own mind, our cybernetic minds are out of control, bringing us to places that we don’t want.

But, as I’ve said, focus your mind to a goal in which it believes and its cybernetic capability will hit that new target. So, you need to know how to reprogram your coordinates! In this context, belief is not wishing, hoping or wanting. The subconscious mind processes sensory data – so believing is seeing, feeling, hearing, smelling and tasting what you want as if you have it already, as if it’s taken as given. Programming your desired coordinates is simply done by handwriting what you want, in those sensory terms, as if you’ve already experienced it. Handwriting impresses the subconscious mind and, once done, the subconscious mind will set about its task – the only thing that will divert it is if you start worrying about when what you want will happen (that’s the kind of useless thinking that sends your mind off its plotted course).

I’ve seen plenty of clients get their desired outcome – I’ve also known a few who, having achieved it, realized that it was not what they really wanted. So, you need to be careful how you set your mind! As a result, as I suggest to my clients, your actual goal setting should be non-specific in terms of the life you want or how you got there but very specific in terms of what it looks, feels, sounds, smells and tastes like to have arrived. So, the bottom line is set your mind on success and happiness, without any preconceived notions, and you’re about to set off on the adventure of a lifetime.

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