Step 8 – Achieve Your Dream

The Power of Intuition, Consciousness, and Positive Emotions and The Secret to Creating the Life of Your Dreams

The world is filled with dreams, but most of us live ordinary lives. How do we go about creating the life of our dreams?

When you wake up in the morning, you’re not the same person who goes to sleep at night. That’s because your brain is constantly changing. It rewires itself, changing your thinking, feeling, and behaving and, ultimately, creating a new you. As you read these words, your brain is busy changing. New synapses are being created, old ones are being pruned away, and new neural pathways are being laid down. And it’s all happening inside of milliseconds, too. This is why you can’t be the same person you were yesterday.

I will show you the power of intuition, consciousness, positive emotions, and the secret to creating the life of your dreams by using the power of visualization and your subconscious mind.

Intuition – The Power of Awareness

Intuition is an interesting topic. We know from research that intuition and feelings can be accurate predictors of future behavior, but we don’t really understand how it works. In my experience, people with high intuition tend to be aware of how they feel, whereas people who are not intuitive often have difficulty articulating their emotional state and usually attribute their actions to external factors.

 Intuition is an idea about something that is based on subconscious data rather than conscious data. This means that we often make decisions that are not always correct because our conscious brain doesn’t know all the information it needs to make a decision. If you want to increase your intuition, you need to learn how to pay attention and become more aware of what’s happening around you. Pay attention to how you feel about a situation or person and how those feelings change over time. If you want to be more intuitive, focus on feeling out what’s going on around you and make your decisions based on that feeling.

Consciousness – The Power of Reflection

The second psychology principle on this list is consciousness or reflection. People tend to spend most of their time looking forward, but if we look back instead, we notice our habits, patterns, and behaviors. Reflection aims to help us understand who we are and why we do the things we do. What’s the difference between reflection and analysis? 

Reflecting is a process of thinking about the past and looking at what worked and what didn’t. Analysis, on the other hand, is more about trying to figure out why things happened the way they did and what the consequences are going to be in the future.

Positive Emotions – The Power of Attitude

Emotions play a big role in determining whether you’ll get what you want. If you’re feeling happy, you’re more likely to get what you want. If you’re feeling sad, you’re more likely to give up.

Emotion isn’t something you think you can control, but it’s one of the most powerful ways to influence your life. It has more impact than facts, statistics, or logic, and it is often more persuasive than other types of communication. Even in a bad mood, we can convey to others our attitude—in a good mood. We can project positivity. When it comes to emotion, people respond to positive or negative feelings more than to rational thoughts.

In short, if you want to be happy, you should strive to create a positive attitude. Positive emotions are powerful; you can actually feel a whole lot better when you’re in a positive mood than when you’re in a negative one. Positive emotions help improve memory, attention span, and ability to solve problems. So, by striving to create a positive attitude, you can create a more positive life overall.

Most people would agree that a positive attitude is a great way to start a day. I also learned that negative people tend to attract more negative events to themselves. So if you’re a negative person, you should make it a habit to find ways to feel good, even on days when things aren’t going well.

The Secret to Creating the Life of Your Dreams

You must have a reason to exist. And you must be clear about it. Your reason to exist is your life purpose. It is what you choose to do with your time and energy. What are you supposed to do with your life? What makes you feel fulfilled, and is what you’re passionate about? Think about that purpose and write it down.

If you don’t have a clear purpose, don’t be disheartened. You must first find out what you want to do with your life. To do this, you should ask yourself a few questions. What do or did you want to be when you grow/grew up? What do you love doing? What are your interests? Why do you want to live in the city, and why do you want to live in the country? What are your goals? Do you want to have your own business? Do you want to have your own house? What kind of house would you like to have?

There are two key concepts to keeping your focus on the goal that you want to achieve: clarity and courage. Clarity means knowing exactly what you want. It means taking a moment to assess whether you really want what you want. You can’t keep your focus if you don’t know where you want to go. Courage means stepping out into the world of possibilities. It’s always better to act than to not act because if you don’t act, you’ll never know if your actions made a difference. 

In conclusion, to live the life of your dreams, you need to stop thinking in terms of your day-to-day survival and start thinking about how you can grow and improve your life. There’s a huge difference between dreaming about your future and living your future. If you have a dream, go out and find ways to achieve it. Don’t wait for someone to tell you what you can do. Just start doing it. There’s nothing more empowering than believing in yourself and acting on your own conviction. This will allow you to break out of the limitations you’ve been living and allow you to achieve the life of your dreams.