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for the life you deserve ..  for the world we long for

People who create their own positive expectations 
in anticipation of future events 
find that they begin to live into a life of easeful accomplishment.
Other people tend to call them ‘lucky’ or ‘talented’ or ‘blessed’.

The truth is, anyone can learn to do this,
and use your natural human ability to live in harmony with the universe.

My Ideal Day

Your homework~homePLAY challenge.

Write no less than 2 typewritten pages or 5 handwritten pages
(more is fine), describing your ideal day ..
in 6 months, a year, or 2 years from now.

You can follow the instructions in the video
or follow them here.

1. Write in the first person and write in the present tense.
“It is … date or month or season/year.. etc .. I am .. “
Be as specific as you can.
The time frame is up to you, though keep it within 2 years or so.

2. Describe every sensory detail you care to include; sounds,
sights, smells, tastes, sensations, emotional states etc.
Include every aspect of your life; where and how you live and work, family,
relationships, health, what you do for fun.

3. Write in the positive i.e. Do not describe negative habits, emotions, events
that no longer occur, only write about the positives that now replace them.
For example, do not write “I no longer hate working out,”
or “I no longer struggle to get to the gym.”
instead write “I head to gym with exhilaration and excitement, feeling really great about my body.”

4. Imagine what might be possible once you open to it.
Stretch yourself. Think big.
Know that you can rewrite your pages however you like in the future.
We both do this exercise ourselves at least once a year.
The vision changes as your life and imagination expand to meet it.
It’s always a work in progress.

5. Don’t be concerned with syntax, spelling, grammar.
The process of doing the exercise is what’s important.
Write it in one sitting if you can,
or write for an hour and then come back to it.
Edit it to your liking when you are done
but avoid stopping to edit the first time round.
Make it spontaneous!

6. Have fun!