Spirituality & Purpose

6 Minute Daily Visualisation for Goal Achievement

This is a guided visualization for goal achievement, designed to be short and sharp so you can easily fit it into your morning routine before setting about your day. You will focus all of your awareness, energy and intent on your desired outcome, on seeing your goal achieved and feeling the good feeling of it. We harness the power of your consciousness in support of your success.

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3 Life Changing Realizations

These 3 insights can (if you're willing) have a profound impact in your life...

There are 3 profound realizations that dramatically changed my life for the better. And I’ve seen how true and powerful these are for other people too, from over a decade of coaching and leading programs. I believe these 3 things are so CRUCIAL to any human being having a peaceful, purposeful and magical life that I make sure to share these insights with anyone new who connects with me. These insights can (if you’re willing) have the same positive impact in your life as they did in mine, and in so many other people’s lives.
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8 Responses

  1. This is so very powerful! It is amazing how doing this each day is bring me positive results! Thank you so much!!

    1. Hey Lisa! Awesome, thanks for sharing. So glad to hear. Sending you best wishes. B 🙂

  2. I never ever set goals the fear of do not achieve the pain to do things you do not like the discipline to repetition are so big that i quit

  3. my goals are not so strong to overcome my limitations, my reason to get them is not enough to make me take actions

    1. Hi Joao, that’s a very useful insight to have about your motivation level/drive for the goal, as to what might keep you stuck. In that situation I would often suggest either a) training yourself to look at the goal differently, and to generate new interest in it (it is possible to train yourself and your mind to want the outcome more, though only to a certain extent as there has to be some level of genuine passion/interest/drive for it in terms of a reason to work on the goal). Alternatively, b) consider what goals would have greater interest for you, and where you would feel more compelled to go for it. Sending you warmest wishes! B

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