Powerful Weekly Goal
Weekly goals one sets for themselves
Take time out of your daily schedule to spend some quite time to meditate. Look at your calendar and fill in at least 15 minutes per day with a scheduled time of meditating. Ok go ahead get the calendar out, start filling it in, every day do not skip a day. The goal is daily so no cheating. Find a place where there is no distractions or interruptions. Find a place to where you can relax 100%. Close your eyes and clear your mind. You can do this with or without music. I prefer to have soft music with nature sounds or drumming in the background. Close your eyes and focus on emptying the mind. I like listening to the rhythm of light drumming by zoning in and letting go. When done you should feel more alive, relaxed and if you do it correctly meaning not thinking of what you need to do, what I’m I fixing for dinner, oh yeah I need to fix the gate and so on, you get the picture. You should feel less stressed. GOOD LUCK! I will tell you how it went for me when I post next week’s goal. Subscribing is a good way of not missing out.[fbshare type=”button” width=”100″]
Of Course it is Important!!
What kind of goals should one set for themselves? This might be different for each individual. A goal for one may be too difficult for another, however on the other hand it may be too easy. It should be a personal goal having meaning to you. I will put a weekly goal up on the blog, which I will take on. You are welcome to try the same goal for the week or set your own. I would love to hear if you tried the weekly goal I set and were you able to accomplish it. Or if you set your own, I would like to know what goal you set for yourself and were you able to accomplish it. Also tell me how you felt either way. This is what you call having an accountability partner. This is a person who coaches another person in terms of helping the other person keep a commitment. And this works both ways, as I will need your support as much as you may need mine. When setting a weekly goal having a chronic disease/illness is one way to motivate you in doing something even through a difficult week. I know there are times where I can do something one week and the next week no matter how hard I try I cannot do it. This is what one encounter’s when living with a chronic disease/illness.