Choosing is the most important activity of your mind, because by making a choice, you are proclaiming your desires to your subconscious mind. Once the subconscious mind gets to know your desires, it is going to do anything to manifest them in your life. The choices you make in your life become your goal. And, if you are sincere in pursuing them, there is no limit to what you can achieve.
So many people go through life without ever really choosing what they want. They just go with the flow and let life happen to them. But if you want to take control of your life and create the kind of life you really want, then you need to start making choices – conscious, deliberate choices.
You need to choose what kind of person you want to be, what kind of relationships you want to have, what kind of career you want to pursue, and what kind of lifestyle you want to live. You need to choose what is important to you and prioritize those things in your life. And you need to choose to take care of yourself – body, mind, and spirit.
Making choices can be scary, especially if you've never really done it before. But it's also empowering and liberating. It's a way to take back control of your life and create the kind of life that will fulfill and inspire you. So don't be afraid to choose – Choose wisely, Choose well, Choose for yourself!
Indecision can be a real roadblock when it comes to achieving your goals. The more indecisive you are, the more difficult it becomes to take action and make progress. Not only that, but indecision can also create a lot of frustration and anxiety.
So how can you overcome this obstacle and start making decisions that are in line with your true desires? The key is to get in touch with what your heart is telling you. Make a list of things that interest you, and that make you feel good. Doing something that you're passionate about is an essential part of living a fulfilling life. When you're clear about what you want, it becomes much easier to make decisions that are in alignment with your goals. Indecision can hold you back, but if you listen to your heart, it will lead you to the life that you're meant to live.
Whatever it is that interests you, write it down and answer these questions:
• What thing do you love to do?
• What is it that you love in this thing and why?
• How could you do this for money, and make a living out of it?
Creating Your Underlying Principle
Creating your own personal mission statement is a powerful way to take control of your life and start living with purpose. By finding the underlying theme of the things you love to do, you can begin to focus on what's truly important to you. This will help you prioritize yourself and your own happiness, which is essential for a healthy and fulfilling life. If you're at a point in your life where you're feeling lost or stuck, creating a personal mission statement can be a sign that you're ready to take charge and make some changes. It can also be a way to begin the process of healing from past trauma or hurt. Whatever your reasons for wanting to create a mission statement, know that it's a worthwhile exercise that can have a profound impact on your life.
Aligning Your LIFE With Your Underlying Principle
Now that you know what your underlying principle is, it's time to take your life back and start living in accordance with it! This doesn't mean making radical changes all at once (unless that feels right for you), but rather gently nudging your life in the direction of greater wellness and alignment. Start by taking a good hard look at how you're currently spending your time and energy. If you're like most people, the majority of your time goes towards work and taking care of others, with very little left over for yourself. It's time to start putting yourself first and giving yourself the attention and care that you deserve. By healing your relationship with yourself, you will start to feel more worthy of happiness and success. Once you begin to feel better about yourself, you can start to make decisions from a place of strength and power rather than anxiety and insecurity. And as you take these steps, remember that there is no "right" way to do this-the most important thing is that you are moving in the direction of greater self-awareness and self-care. If you do that, everything else will fall into place.