Making a Stand

Making a stand represents the place where gaining traction is aligned with your outcomes. In the moment you decide to have feelings about where you want to go, you can create outcomes that match those innate perceptions. What I mean by this is that using your imagination, you can create specific scenarios where you have the outcome moments that match places you want to be. Serial focusing on those outcomes will help you align your thinking towards what you need to do to create them. It is only that you have memories about places that give you the ideas of how to construct scenarios that give you reference experiences to master.

In spite of all the chatter that goes on around decisions that have to be made, people who create scenarios that match their expectancies will have a better time of making them. So making decisions will depend on how far you have been enticed into realising an outcome that is commensurate with those things you desire.

In view of the fact that outcomes are self-selected, you can decide how many and what type are best for your own personal circumstances. In realisation of this idea, the focus will now be on how many you can manifest with a focus of direction and alignment.

Practice being all you need by focusing on the elements that create experiences that give you joy and happiness and most of all, ones that give you momentum in the creation of those outcomes.

It’s okay to experience feelings that are less than perfect just make sure they are going in the right direction. This means that whatever you think about must lead to an outcome that is creative rather than destructive. Your body will let you know what it needs by focusing on the feelings that arise when you think about them. Your energy will rise in response to a thought, which means the interpretation has been one of creative speculation.

Another task is to take that thought and make it more meaningful by making it have an impact on your neurology. There are many techniques you can use to achieve this.

In NLP such techniques include reframing, positioning, meta model and belief change patterning. For example, if you have a belief that says ‘I’m not worthy’, you can challenge it by asking a meta model question such as ‘who says?’ Or you could reframe it by saying, ‘it’s not that you are not worthy, it’s just that you have not yet listed all your magnificent qualities’.

Changing perspectives in this way can help you realise a different way of thinking and therefore a new set of solutions.

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