Sometimes we just need to shake it up and let it out, if it feels right.
Goal setting. It's a hot topic. So many books and programs and coaches talk about how to set and achieve big goals. You get questioned about it as soon as you are old enough to answer. What do you want to be when you grow up? Come on, kid, tell us... what are your goals?
How many of you have stared at the blank paper when asked to write down what you want to achieve? How many of you have wondered what to actually do with the knowledge that you create your reality and you have be, do, or have anything you want.
Come on, conscious creator, tell us, what are your goals?
Have fun, of course.
Be prosperous, yes.
Healthy. In great relationships. Thriving. Yes. Yes. Yes.
But really, then what?
I think it's time to stop coming up with goals. It's time to stop New Years Resolution-ing into you-should-have choices you put on your vision board. It's time to stop being productive. Stop being responsible. Stop being reasonable. Stop being smart. Stop being mature. Stop being whatever you thought you were supposed to be when you were growing up.
Instead it's time to do something else.
Admit what you want.
Because you already know.
You. Already. Know.
And if you had a divine temper tantrum; a last-call, no-hold-barred, in-your-face, stand-up-to-it moment you would shout it out.
"I want THIS!"
And then relief would descend.
A peace would flow to you and through you.
You would feel the divine forces supporting you.
And you would feel so confident in the knowing of it, so sure and so set, so in alignment with it that when those people asked you again, "Come on, what's your goal?" You would say–and mean–with a turn of your head and a smile on your lips,
"None of your business."
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