Who would have thought emotions affected achieving goals!
But they do.
Emotions are energy vibrating at different rates or frequencies, some vibrate at higher frequencies than others.
Frequency is measured in Hertz (Hz) and it creates a field that holds shape.
The higher the frequency, the more powerful life force energy becomes which means waves are oscillating faster.
As long as the frequency stays the same, the energy must follow the pattern of the frequency.
This is why meditation is encouraged, it supports the discipline of holding a frequency.
The emotions having higher frequencies are for example, love, joy, peace, acceptance and enlightenment.
The emotions having lower frequencies are for example, guilt, shame, fear, grief and apathy.
The frequency generated by higher frequency emotions would create a more powerful field to form shape than the emotions of lower frequency.
For effective goal setting, techniques like Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) or Tapping contributes to shedding lower frequency emotions thus allowing more expression of the higher frequency emotions.
What a wonderful goal setting tip to achieving goals!
The Importance of Positive Thinking
This therefore brings us to the power of positive thinking, anything else is detrimental!
Positive thinking is like cultivating a seed in fertile soil.
When an oak seed is planted it grows into an oak tree. Supposing the oak had thoughts, those thoughts could be nothing less than an oak tree.
Any other thought would create another frequency (not of an oak tree) and the experience would be the pattern of that frequency.
Similarly, if you have a vision to have something, you have to be what you want. Being what you want creates the frequency to have it. So you have to be the frequency in order to have the frequency.
That is effective goals setting and it results in achieving goals. Positive thinking is the medium necessary to create the environment necessary to achieve goals that are desired.
Here’s an exercise for you to do. Each morning, sit quietly and place your attention on one thing, it could be your breathing, the sound of the air conditioning, anything that you can focus on.
Train yourself to focus with pure thought. Do this for 15 minutes each day preferably before daybreak.
Practice makes perfect so be consistent. Keep a log and record daily the changes you observe with yourself.
The author, Dawn A Grant, seeks to share her experiences with others in an effort to show that goal setting can be a simple and powerful process for all. She couples with her experiences, the profound principles which has allowed her to live a life of joy, ease and freedom.
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