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There’s no point dwelling in the past and letting it define you, nor in getting lost in anxiety about the future. In the present moment, you’re in the field of possibility. How you engage with the present moment
4. Future dreams (A Vision for the Future): What are your dreams for the future? How do you see yourself 5 years from now?
Ask yourself and imagine them.
5. The Perfect Day: What is your ideal day like? What's your ideal routine for today? Imagine!
Have big goals—but don’t tie your happiness to your goals. You must be happy before you attain them.
We shouldn’t do things so we can be happy. We should be happy so we can do things.
Extraordinary minds are able to bend reality.
Exercise 1: What's your refresh rate in all the areas of your life?
For example in your normal workout routine, you can optimize it by trying new workouts every month. This challenges you and makes your normal exercise routine even more exciting!
And the 6 phases are
1. Compassion: Imagine an expanding bubble of compassion surrounding you and let this bubble expand slowly from your room where you are sitting to throughout the universe.
2. Gratitude: Ponder of the things you are grateful for.
Law 1: Transcend the Culturescape: Choose the ideas and values selectively yourself
Law 2: Question the Brules: Also called the Bull S**t rules that no longer work out for you.
Maybe there are certain rules which no longer work out for you in the pres...
BENDING REALITY: This is the ideal state where you’re happy in the now, and you have a vision for the future that drives you. Your vision pulls you forward, but you’re happy now—despite not having yet attained that vision. When you’re in this state, there’s a
1. What experiences do you want to have in this lifetime?
2. How do you want to grow?
3. How do you want to contribute?
Just ask yourself this question below:
“If time and money were no object and I did not have to...
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I read this book in the year 2018 when I stumbled upon an ESL and a self-improvement mentor by working for him as his content writer for his blogs, providing show notes for his podcast and rewriting his English as a second language teaching materials. Despite Vishen Lakhiani, the founder of Mindvalley, a self - development publishing company and hosting Awesomeness Fest event in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia is controversial man, but his book did make some sense to think about conventional thoughts that we were taught since we were growing up.
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