3 ways to Meditate and Get What You Want

You meditate to achieve inner peace, oneness, or whatever word you like to describe this calm, inner state. You can also meditate to help you achieve your goals and feel more confident and resourceful.

When you meditate for a goal, there are 3 important things that you want to include in your routine. Here they are in no particular order:

Meditate on positive suggestions

When you meditate, you want to include positive suggestions and imagery to help you achieve your goals. These suggestions should include things like affirming:

1. Your goal as already complete

2. That you are capable of achieving your goal

3. That you’re taking the necessary actions

Meditate on spiritual connection

The second thing that you want to meditate on is spiritual connection. This is a connection to something that larger than yourself. For some people, this might be a connection with God. With others, it might be connection with Nature, Humanity, or even The Universe. Meditate on your divine nature, and you can be sure to experience more of it.

Meditate on gratitude and appreciation

And finally, you want to cultivate a sense of gratitude and appreciation because that’s what puts you in “receiving” mode. Doing so puts your focus on what’s working in your life. When you focus on what’s working, your sense of resourcefulness tends to expand.

Finally, you might want to consider learning self-hypnosis. Meditation has many helpful benefits such as stress-reduction. However, the purpose of self-hypnosis is to free you from limiting and self-sabotaging patterns. You will be more likely to achieve your goals if you learn both self-hypnosis and meditation.

Good luck, and remember to incorporate positive suggestions, meditate on spiritual connection, and on the things for which you are grateful. Doing so will insure that you experience more of what you want in life, and less of what you don’t.








by Sean Maness, CHP
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