Ideas to make your meditation powerful and effective
When creating your goals consider writing them:
In terms of what you DO want, not what you don’t want.
State each goal/suggestion in the present tense. (I have..I do…I learn…I am…)
Write every goal in the final end result. (I earn $ X or more… I read over 400 words per minute with great comprehension…I wake up refreshed each morning looking forward to the day… I have a do it now attitude…etc.).
Describe only goals that pertain to self-accomplishment. For example, goals stating “Everyone loves me,” or “people will enjoy my art,” do not pertain to yourself but to others.