At some level, we’re all trained to limit our desires. If not by people close to us, then by society at large.
For example, we’re conditioned to chase after success, but to think that just the lucky chosen ones – usually the ones that work hard enough – can achieve it.
That if you’re not successful (by someone else’s measures), you’re obviously not trying hard enough. Maybe don’t even have what it takes at all.
Heck, that’s how I thought for the first 30 years of my life!
Not even realizing, that they were not my own thoughts, but a learned conditioning.
This is just one example of how we’re trained to limit our desires. Unfortunately, it doesn’t end here. Yet, the good news is you can decide that the wishing and the hoping and praying games for success are over!
You’re free to move into action!
And the first action is to desire. Without limits. Absolutely none.
Not all desires are meant to happen, but if you’re trained to limit your desires, you naturally need to learn that skill again. This time properly.
Here’s how to get started:
- Think about how you would like your life to be different at the moment
- Think about how you would like your life to be from now on
- Identify what you regularly desire in your everyday life
- Identify what desires keep coming back (even if they feel impossible)
- Book a clarity session with me by getting in contact through the contact form (investment €434)
Why is this important?
Well, because even the best car in the world won’t take you to the right place, if you don’t know where you want to go.
Just remember that when you’re getting clear on what it is that you actually want in life, focus only on the question of what. Not how.
Time for the how comes much later in the process. If you bring it up too early, it certainly becomes one of those big limits. And there’s no need for that.
Besides, before going into the how, it’s more useful to think about the where. But that’s a topic for the next time.