Identify Your Perfect Life in Great Detail
Step #1: Identify your perfect life in great detail.
Step #2: Write down the list of things that your perfect life would comprise of. (For example, no more commuting to work, no boss, no employees, only working from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., sleeping until noon every day, living in a five-bedroom house with deluxe décor, owning a huge home-office complete with a private beach, shopping with your wife at a high-end mall twice a week, donating $10,000 a month to the Children’s Society, earning a monthly income of $100,000 after taxes, driving a brand-new BMW 7 series, and so on.)
Step #3: Picture what each item would look like if you were an outside observer, watching yourself living or performing the items on your perfect-lifestyle list. See and envision each thing in great detail as if you were in a movie and others were watching that movie of you.
Step #4: Constantly see the movie of your perfect life in your mind’s eye or in, as Dr. Maltz (author of Psycho Cybernetics) calls it, the Theatre Of Your Mind over and over again.
It’s actually daydreaming with a specific purpose.
- Fabian Lim (Click! Work Anytime, Live Anywhere)
“What things soever ye desire, when ye pray, believe that ye receive them, and ye shall have them. MARK 11:24. Reread this passage and pay close attention to the difference in tenses. The verbs believe and receive are in the present, but the verb shall have is in the future. The inspired writer is telling us something of the greatest importance by this seemingly minor difference in the grammar of the sentence. If we believe and accept as true the fact that our desire has already been accomplished and fulfilled, that it is already completed, then its realization will follow as a thing in the future. The success of this technique relies on the confident conviction that the thought, the idea, the picture is already fact in mind. In order for anything to have substance in the realm of mind, it must be thought of as actually existing.”
- The Power of Your Subconscious Mind (Joseph Murphy)