I’m feeling all fuzzy and foggy again.  Napoleon Hill spoke of definiteness of purpose.

I want to be clear minded.  I want to feel good about where I’m going.  I want to feel like I feel a strong, clear direction in life.

“I want it, but….”
“Wouldn’t this be nice… but that’s what’s going on…”

This doesn’t sound like definiteness of purpose.  I want to feel unconditional in my desires.  My desires are within me, after all.  Why should they be limited by the circumstances around me?

I do believe that if the universe can allow me to feel desire for something, then it also has the capacity to deliver the full manifestation of that desire.  The key seems to be, maintaining the positive feelings which come from imagining that I have the object of my desires.  I want to feel this desire, without

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Here’s an exercise I got from listening to Abraham Hicks on Youtube.  It definitely helps me to feel good:

Part 1:  State my desire:

I want to dedicate my life to making the sacred, magical music which I have so often heard in my dreams…

Part 2: Get the “limitations” out of the way, on paper, out of my mind:

I want to make the music but…  I don’t have the time.  I don’t have the money.  I don’t have the equipment.  I can’t do it alone, I need a partner/a band.  My creativity is limited by how I’m feeling.  I need loads of factors to be “just right” before I can let it flow.

Part 3: Imagine and list words describing how I’d feel if these limiting conditions were different (repeats are OK):

If these conditions were different I’d feel:

Free,
Powerful,
Joyous,
Creative,
Loving,
Open,
Free,
Self Actualized,
Musical,
Magical,
Directional,
Purposeful,
Powerful,
Sensitive,
Learning,
Growing,
Exploratory,
Adventurous,
Lively,
Energized,
Peaceful,
Centered,
Clear-minded,
Focussed

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Just writing these has made me feel better.  I feel more focussed, more sure about what I want, more clear-minded!  Just what I wanted.

I hope anyone who may read this can enjoy it.  If not, then no worries.  This is good for me  🙂

Lots of love
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