Establishing your Life Goal (Incarnation Objective)
Use meditation to reveal your Life Purpose
Then write a specific objective that is specific, measurable with a target date.
Know why you have a goal. Write, draw or make something that will serve as a regular reminder of why you have set your objective. This will keep you encouraged even in the weary moments.
Energy flows so if you are giving, be clear about what you are getting.
RECORD & MONITOR
Take a picture. Write a word. Collect a feather, a chair or anything that will help you document. In some way accumulate symbols of your achievement no matter how little or insignificant it may appear.
Be clear about your Guiding Principles e.g. Anthony T. Browder’s 42 Principles of Ma’at. Display these in your place of greatest and least occupancy.
Schedule a time with specific tasks and produce a task list to help you ‘get there’.
There is much underestimated hidden power in prayer. Do it and see. If you do not know how to pray, do what you need to do to learn. There is no right way but have a look and see what people do.
Take time out
periodically to balance your energies.
Create jobs (programmes of activity) and give them fancy PR names so you feel encouraged and purposeful in your endeavours.
Strategy and Structures aid achievement
Acknowledge yourself for the steps you have taken and the ones you will take. DO NOT beat yourself up if you miss a target date – simply resume activity right where you are.
Chant positive affirmations. Words have power. The Universe responds.
Have a Spiritual discipline practice.
Be mentally focused.
Observe your words and actions.
Be precious with your mind and your body.
SIS Sandra Richards
“Sister In Service (SIS) Sandra Richards is a Personal Growth Specialist and experienced African Rites of Passage facilitator.”
ÓSandra Richards 2003