Goal-setting can feel like you are trapped in the movie Groundhog Day: repetitious. Every year, many of us set some version of the same tired goals and likely achieve some, but not all, of them. Many people start to make peace with the monotony of the process, and it gets progressively less exciting every time.
But practicing enlightened goal-setting can help reduce the distance between setting the goal and achieving it. It eliminates the monotony and sets you up to experience a renewed energy in the process. It creates the potential to experience joy, peace of mind and fulfillment.
When you are relating to the world from an enlightened perspective, your mind goes quiet and you feel peaceful. That’s because an enlightened perspective assumes that all is well.
The process we are about to go through helps you connect with an enlightened perspective on goal-setting. When you connect with an enlightened perspective, you enter into the present moment, and life feels whole, complete and perfect exactly as it is. No change is necessary.
When you relate to your life from the perspective that all is well, your creativity, inspiration and enthusiasm are naturally activated. This accelerates the transformation you want to create in your life with your goals. Think about it like this: If you already feel like all is well in your world, then there’s nowhere else to go, and you can create from a deeply authentic place.