Knowing is Better
The other day I was transferring a photo from my Samsung S4 to my Mac Book Pro. Both devices are connected through the ether; we know it as bluetooth. It took about 3 or 4 seconds only to reach my Mac. The same photo, sent to another phone on the other wide of the world got there quicker. It was instant. The picture received was exactly the same as it was when I took it.
Yeah, so what, you may be thinking. Especially if you are one of those ‘Y’ generation folk reading this post- but I think even people from my generation (I’m older now, I’m probably from the ‘D’ generation. Chuckle) are now taking such wonders for granted.
It is amazing what technology can do.
But do you actually stop and think about how great this process is? Do you wonder how on earth the exact replica of your picture can appear on the other side of the globe in milliseconds?
Of course you don’t. You just click ‘Send’ and know that it will arrive in the recipients inbox. You know that 9 times out of 10 it will appear on their device. You don’t doubt-you don’t question it- you just know it will happen.
This same knowing is needed in your abilities to achieve your outcomes and goals. You need to plan them out, visualize the successful completion, and just like how you know the photo will arrive across the world within seconds, you need to know your goals will be achieved. This knowing is subtly stronger in my opinion, than simply believing. Faith maybe another way at viewing this knowing that you must cultivate.
Exactly the same way you focus on the action of taking the photo, finding the recipient in your address book and then clicking send and know they will receive instantly, you must do with your goals. You plan them out, visualize them and perform the actions with the same knowing that they will be become reality. It is the visualizing of the goals and seeing in your minds eye the successful completion of the actions you need to take, that is when this knowing is most powerful. After you have finished that process, you simply let go (Pressing send) and get on with things.
I have used and cultivated this knowing myself. It gets me what I want. I visualize with this knowing that all I want will manifest into my reality. I commit time to it every day.
Knowing my outcomes will be achieved helped me climb out of adversity and got me a book published. And being on the shelf next to Malcolm Gladwell is the manifestation of that desired outcome.
Set about the taking the actions you need to take. Every day do something that will take you towards your goals. With your knowing as a partner that your dreams will become a reality in your outer world, it naturally makes the road towards your goals enjoyable and fulfilling; hence the saying, “It’s the journey, not the destination”.
Without this knowing that same journey can become easily tiring, cumbersome, small obstacles appear bigger than what they really are and the want to give up becomes stronger.
Plant, water and cultivate an inner knowing that what you want you will get. Do it now. Who knows what you can achieve?