Are you ready to get rid of your Approach Anxiety? Your low self asteem? To get anything you want, and achieve everything you desire?
Our first objective then: Master your inner game.
Why do this?
In order to be able to control your thoughts and consequently emotions, you need to reach this "enlightenment" the Buddha's go on so much about.
I can only describe it as a switch in your head. My journal has the story behind it, i approached my problems one by one. I Finally found the deepest core of myself, the core reason for my depression anxiety and insecurities.
After that... I finally understood myself. I understood who i was, and what caused me to be that person. Understand your reasoning, why you get happy and sad. What causes it. - Thats what they mean by understanding yourself.
So next time the event that really annoys you comes along. It wont, because you are aware of it and why it annoys you.
Here are your first steps for this week:
1: Set yourself objectives and end goals.
Sit down for a good 30 min and ask yourself:
What do you want to be? Do you have a role model? What are your dreams?
Write them down and remember them well; as these will help you continue on this rather arduous and long training program.
Remind yourself every day why you are doing this, it really helps to motivate you.
Write yourself objectives and what you want to achieve this week:
Make them realistic!!!
For example: go out and sarge twice a week. Your better off achieving easy targets rather than failing hard ones.
You cant achieve your final goal in one big leap. It takes lots of small steps.
My favourite example it when me and my friend went out running. We reached the last 400m of a 10k run, my friend was exhausted and was about to drop.
I said to him: "come on sprint to the finish, its only 400m!"
"No" he replies... "I wont make it"
"ok then, sprint with me to the next lamp post, its only 30m away!" - i urge him.
"now the next one!, and the next one!" - i shouted at him for the next 400m.
We sprinted the whole distance... This emphasised to me. Reaching your final goal is MUCH easier taking one little objective at a time.
2: Read this forum topic:
practical-attainment-of-inner-game-cont ... 67840.html
(saves me repeating a lot of things)
3: Write a journal/diary/report whatever you want to call it.
Save yourself 15 minutes a day and reflect on the days events. Ask yourself:
What did i do good today?
- Its weird at first. But get used to complimenting yourself. So many of us are so critical of ourselves because we strive to be better.
When i make a mistake... i used to get angry and annoyed. Criticise and call myself an idiot for making a mistake anyone else could of done.
Now i realise, a mistake is one step closer to your goal. Not the opposite.
So really remember when you do something good, make a note it just as much as an error.
What could of i done better today?
- Constructively criticise yourself. What can you do next time to prevent that mistake/error?
-How could of you handled that situation better?
What is the most important thing I must accomplish tomorrow?
-This ensures you continue progressing and achieving your goals.
What new thing can i try tomorrow?
Life is a journey of discovery. The more experiences we have, the better we can handle any situation.
Lastly: Carry out the no negative thinking 10 day challenge.
This is simple, but difficult task. You cannot allow a single negative thought enter your head. Regardless what it is, you MUST discard it immediately. By any means you find easiest. Me personally; i closed my eyes momentarily and uttered "no no no no no no". Haha, then carried on.
Do this for 10 days straight, and write down how you feel at the end of it.
If you fail to do so, and continue thinking this negative thought for more than 10 seconds, you fail the task and must go back to day one.
It took me 34 days... to achieve it. You may do it in 10. It might take you months. But keep at it.
If you have any questions, dont hesitate to post or Private message me.