The Power Of Removing Doubt

In order to speed up the process of making better decisions, overcoming doubt or procrastination, and creating more successful results, you must learn to transform any wish, goal or desire you may have into a simple choice you make with clear, unwavering intention.

There are many things in life that we simply choose, and once we have made our decision, we know beyond the shadow of a doubt, that the desired result is on its way to us.

It is like turning on your coffee machine in the morning, filling it up with fresh water and coffee beans, positioning your cup or mug in the right place, pressing the right button, and hey presto – out comes your perfect espresso, latte macchiato, cappuccino, or whatever type of coffee you prefer.

As long as you go through the right steps, in the right sequence, and make sure that all of the specific requirements are met, you should be pretty sure to get the desired result.

Normally your coffee machine won’t mow your lawn, and it won’t drive you to work either.

I have often seen people trying to visualize and manifest things that are simply way outside of the realm of reason.

More power to them, if they still get the desired results.

However, more often than not, you will probably find that a coffee machine will only do what it is supposed to do. As long as you use the coffee machine in the right way, you should have no doubt, inner resistance or questions in your mind about the chances of getting the desired result.

In such instances, success should be a relatively unsurprising, hassle-free, normal event.

It is important to recognize that our feeling and our state of being are very different in such moments, compared to instances when we feel that we first need to overcome all kinds of obstacles, in order to reach our goal.

When we strongly desire to achieve a certain objective, we are usually heavily invested into the end result.

The problem with this approach is that our strong desire may simply confirm and cement our current state of lack (and yes, I get that you may have the same intense feeling about desperately needing a coffee first thing in the morning, too).

Emotionally fueled objectives, wishes and desires often just aggravate our perception of not being, doing or having what we really want or need.

Cravings, compulsive objective setting, as well as other addictive, driven behavior are often simply signals that our true, fundamental, personal needs are not being met.

We see a gap between where we are, and where we want to be.

We get that strong sense of lack.

And lack attracts lack 
Sorry, I know that is quite trite.

The more you focus on the gap or the lack, the more powerful your self-sabotage patterns may become in your life.

Now, you may say that cognitive tension is the key to creativity, the fuel of game-changing innovation – and I would tend to agree. However, cognitive tension only seems to produce positive results if you direct your focus towards creating innovative ways of closing or bridging the perceived gap – not cementing it!

Strong negative emotions about the perceived difference between your current and your desired state of being will often just widen and deepen the gap.

On the other hand, if you learn to transform your wish, goal, or desire, into something you positively expect to receive, achieve or manifest (like getting your coffee-fix in the morning),  without the slightest shadow of doubt, your state of being and the related synchronicities will dramatically change for the better.
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