Goal Guide: Visualise Your Reality

March 07, 2017

Goal Guide: Visualise Your Reality

If you’re feeling confused or overwhelmed thinking about all the things you want to achieve, or if you’re struggling to get clear on your goals - you’ll love this article. We’re focusing on how to visualise and get clear on your future.

Today, we’re going to step through 3 key questions that’ll help you visualise exactly what you want to achieve in the future. This is the first step towards full clarity around your goals and the specific actions to achieve them.

Visualisation is key to being able to manifest your goals. If you can visualise your ideal life, you’re much more likely to achieve it.

Have you ever dozed off and had a daydream? Or, have you perhaps woken up from a great dream after a good night’s sleep - in which you lived a life different from today? Perhaps, you’re seeing yourself living in a different city, enjoying exploring new surroundings. Or, you might be dreaming about travelling to an exotic new place. Or, perhaps something less extreme - you might see a healthier, happier future self. Whatever you’re dreaming about, the 3 questions we’re about to go through will help you get clear on the specific elements of that vision that brings you joy and fulfilment.

Don’t limit yourself to what’s possible. This is important. For the next few minutes, you need to have a mindset of anything being possible. So, imagine yourself in the future (close your eyes if it helps). Picture yourself clearly, and be specific. Visualise the place, the environment, the weather, who you’re with, what you do. Let’s get into it.

Question 1: Why am I happy?

Think about the environment you’re in, how you feel about yourself, the activities you do, the people you’re with. And ask yourself why you’re happy. Is there a specific person that brings you happiness? Is it self-confidence? Is it success? Is it the place you’re in? Is it a specific activity your enjoy? Jot down whatever comes to mind.

Question 2: What gives me energy?

Imagine yourself going through a few activities, events, and spending time with different people and think about the specifics that either give you energy, or deplete you. Write down these elements in two columns - one for positive energy and one for negative.

Question 3: How do I go through my day?

Think about yourself waking up, spending your day, and going to sleep. How are you spending your time? How do you start and end your day? How do you approach each activity and situation? Write out an entire day as a journal entry, with as many details as possible.

 

Take as much time as you need to think about these questions. You can even run through them when you’re relaxed in bed, just before you’re about to go to sleep. Keep a journal handy and jot down anything that comes to mind.

Once you’ve answered the three questions, write one insight you uncovered in the comments below. And if you found it helpful, please share with your friends. Remember, you are worthy and capable of living your dream life.

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