Monday Mantra:: I Align Myself and My Life with My Dreams


So 2015 is very near. Like many people, I have begun to determine what I want from 2015. There are a few items that have been on my “to do” list for the last 12 months and there are others that have sprung to mind only very recently and I’m working on packaging them all up together to create an amazing 2015.

The best way to get clear about what you want from 2015 is simply to grab a blank piece of paper & pen, a whiteboard & marker or a new, fresh Word document and begin typing. It doesn’t matter if it seems trivial, if you want it, write it. It doesn’t matter of it seems too far fetched, if you want it, write it down. Write out all the things you want, the places you want to see, the people you want to meet, the money you want to attract, the books you want to read, list it all.

Of these, which are the most important to you?

When you think about these, is there anything that might get in your way? (Your “What if’s”)

When you think about these, what else comes to mind about how you can achieve it?

Write your most important items out and put them somewhere you’ll see them often. This will act as a reminder of what’s important to you in 2015. If something is going to draw you further away from these important things, then feel free to say “no” to the offer, request or invitation. If something is going to draw you closer to your important things, then shout “Yes!” to any request, invitation or offer that will draw you closer to your most important items for 2015.

Align yourself and your life with your dreams and you’ll find it much more smoother sailing.

As always, download and save to your desktop or phone or print it and pin it somewhere you’ll see it. When you see it, say it. And if you know someone who would also benefit from this mantra, please share it.

Need more assistance in aligning yourself and your life with your dreams? Why not book a Kinesiology session and release some blocks that might be standing in your way.

An Alignment of Support

An Alignment of Support

The latest article for the 3000 Melbourne Magazine. (click on the image to enlarge)