The Significance of a Definite Major Purpose
“If you persuade yourself that you can do a certain thing…you will do it, however difficult it may be. If on the contrary, you imagine that you cannot do the simplest thing in the world, it is impossible for you to do it, and molehills become for you unscalable mountains.”
Emile Coue (1857-1926)
We easily persuade ourselves out of our potential greatness, because we find that life isn’t what we expect of it. And of course we find ourselves too busy. Which is just another way of saying – ‘my dog ate my homework!’
Ponder this: We have 30 hours a week of wasted time!
Until, we create a written statement of our chief aim in life, also known as our definite major purpose or DMP.
But wait, it doesn’t end there, there’s more…
So how do we persuade ourselves? How do we find this chief aim in life? How do we know that we can manifest it?
What do we even understand of the subconscious mind? Most of the books on the subject, don’t really give us the key to know how to shift old mindsets that in truth are not working in our favour.
Our thoughts create our reality. Not many know that. Our subconscious mind is responsible for all our decisions. Not many know that too.
And then most people, with respect – have no idea of what their chief aim is. Or how to achieve it. I know, I was one of the ‘most’ at one time.
Until I joined the Master Key Experience, as much as I thought I knew, I didn’t know. I knew a little bit. And that little bit didn’t really help me achieve my chief aims. If it did, I wouldn’t be writing this. I’d be on a remote beach somewhere sipping cocktails, being fanned by some lovelies with palm fronds.
I had a written DMP, that I kind of read now and again. Some mind training teachings say, 5 minutes a day, every day is sufficient. Maybe if we have 753 years to do it in, then perhaps it will be sufficient.
It’s absolutely insufficient. And those of us on the MKE course, see this in practice.
In my coaching practice, when I ask clients – what do they want from life, most people don’t know. And when I engage them with the ‘homework’ required to help shift the old mindset, well, we all know how much we hate homework.
We can’t ask for greatness if we can’t do the work. A doctor studies for 7 or more years to be a little proficient in his work. A professional golfer hits thousands of balls to be adept and talented too. How many balls does a tennis player hit? How much ‘homework’ do these people have to do?
However, someone who wishes to shift their old mindset which is not actually serving them, will do all the ‘homework’ required to change those old belief patterns.
And we wonder why life isn’t as we expected. Does this resonate with you?
The written DMP is the start of shifting the old mindset blueprint. Then comes the work.
Reading it out loud 3 or 4 times a day, out loud, with unbridled enthusiasm. Imagining it happening without doubt. Writing it out many times. Creating different versions of it. Creating a summarized sentence that is read for 50 minutes, in front of a mirror, out loud, vigorously. Extending the write as if someone famous is interviewing you and you explaining how you achieved your chief aims in life. Imagining it has already manifested. Waking up with it, going to sleep with it.
It takes focus, discipline, direction and work.
We came here to be better versions ourselves. Have you even thought of what to do to be the best version of yourself?
To live a life of significance, we must know our chief aims in life. And then write them down. And then read them consistently and repeatedly. Energetically. Why? Because when we emotionalize our thoughts, we draw that energy into our minds, it then is magnetized.
The most amazing aspect of all of this ‘homework’ is the fact that the Universe conspires with us, to achieve those chief aims. I am amazed at the new people I am meeting, new business opportunities I am finding, new creative concepts coming to me.
I can be what I will myself to be.
Absolutely! There is no doubt!
A golfer, tennis player or footballer cannot be at the top if he/she doesn’t do the homework and master the game. So too, we cannot be the best versions of ourselves if we are not prepared to understand the significance of reading our DMP in existence.
Not once a day. Not for 5 minutes a day either, unless you happy to live to the ripe old age of 753.
Tyd is min! Time is few! 😆
Wait! There is more…
If we can’t find the time now to change our lives, when will we have the time to do it over?
In gratitude, respect and love