When you go on holiday, you have a clear destination in sight. There may be delays, cancellations, missed flights, but you know where you want to go and hopefully you will get there. Before booking, most of us would perhaps do some research, make an investment and then show up in order for the outcome to be achieved.
The same goes for life, we are already divine, but it is our perception/reaction of circumstances and distractions that take us away from living optimally in line with the planet, followed by ourselves. Swimmer Michael Phelps currently holds the Olympic record for most medals – 28, including 23 gold medals (which is another record). Michael is said to be the most successful and most decorated Olympian of all time and one of the skills that he used was visualization. Michael visualized the outcome he was striving for in every race. His vision included everything from getting changed for the pool, stepping in to the water and that everything his opponents could possibly do on either side of his swim lane. He created this in ‘his mind’s eye’. Hence the saying, those with vision flourish, those without a vision perish. The clearer and more detailed your vison becomes the more targeted you can be on the details. Any detail we leave out of the vison will always become an obstacle that you will have to face in life. Social media has a habit of showing the best outcomes but rarely does it show the misfortunes or the journey of getting there.
I’m always writing down my daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly, yearly goals. They have to be authentic and with gratitude to what you really want. When visualising, I take on the role of the myself in that condition or environment; I see the people around me, and of course the sequential steps to take.
Your thoughts really can become things. Your inner most dominant thought becomes your outer most tangible reality. Let me repeat this once more: your inner most dominant thought becomes your outer most tangible reality. Your inner most tangible vision becomes your destiny. The way you know that something is important to you is that you will have tears of inspiration and gratitude when you see it.
Your autonomic nervous system comes into perfect balance when your brain rhythms of alpha and theta state combine to form gamma waves, producing synchro-destiny. When this occurs, there is a heart opening or ‘Aha’ moment of gratitude, authenticity, equilibrium and balance. When you are authentic, your vision becomes clear and then you are not exaggerating or minimising yourself with subjective bias or with judgement. You are relaxed and clear on where, what and when you want to achieve. This state is also connected to the V5 or V6 in the frontal cortex meaning you visualise and see it. Hence the connection to the visual cortex is located in the occipital lobe of the brain and is primarily responsible for interpreting and processing visual information received.
Multi-gold medallist Phelps prepared himself with foresight, not hindsight. If you don’t fill your day with high priority actions, your day becomes filled with low priority distractions. Those with a clear vision have a destiny until it becomes of your internal dialogue. This means you have enough conscious and unconscious resources to pull upon. I have stated what I want my life to be, my life has become what I have stated. When you are clear you have clarity of your vision.
Your vision is your love list. What do you want? Clear out all your distractions, so you can see your destiny. When you sense things in your mind’s eye, you can manifest in your destiny.
When the voice and vison on the inside is louder than the opinions on the outside, you can master anything in life. Your highest value is the one that you are most likely to achieve. Set out to become the master of your fate and the creator of your destiny. In order to do this, what can you do today to make this possible??
Many of us will let other people inject their values into them. This is because we don’t want to be rejected, so we try to fit in rather than stand out as a unique individual. What you see, say and think becomes your reality. I am sitting with clarity not uncertainty. I am a philosopher, a writer and love travelling the world passing my movement knowledge onto others. We must continue to work on ourselves, so we do not become puffed up and proud looking down on people or the opposite and place everyone on a pedestal and minimise yourself to break up and repurpose you.
Gratitude, love enthusiasm and certainty will actually take you places. Investor Peter Lynch wrote in his book ‘One up on wall street’ that he always made an investment into businesses that have people who were grateful for their job, inspired by their vison, loving what they do, confident with their skills, and connected with their clients.
Going forwards most of us can achieve what we want by delegating our lower priority tasks. You cannot be stopped; you will build momentum by manifestation. The forebrain is your executive centre and is strategic planning centre, a place of gratitude, a governor to dissolve distractions. See the vision and dissolve the distraction to wake up the natural born leader in you. These obstacles are all self-imposed and have command on your destiny for you to become the prophet. Prioritising your life means you are an inspiration for others, skyrocketing your achievements and leadership.
How can we you apply this to sports, relationships and business? By taking command of your destiny, never letting anyone stop you. Having a ‘no turning back’ attitude. Motivation is an external symptom; you should not need incentives – you should be called from within.
“To transform the world, we must begin with ourselves; and what is important in beginning with ourselves is the intention. The intention must be to understand ourselves and not to leave it to others to transform themselves or to bring about a modified change through revolution, either of the left or of the right. It is important to understand that this is our responsibility, yours and mine…”― J. Krishnamurti
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