When we read articles about New Year resolutions, it mostly has to do with “doing things,” “Taking actions,” or other things to be done in this 3D world, but rarely does it mention changing the way YOU ARE from within and going to the end, as Neville called it.
If you are familiar with the law of assumption (spiritual law), as taught by Neville Goddard, and my teaching in general, as you may have observed on my YouTube channel, Podcast, FB group, or even through my group coaching and one-on-one coaching, you know that what I am going to discuss here is not about taking physical actions and struggling to reach your goals, because while they can be useful at times, they are usually short-lived.
According to a Forbes survey, 8% of respondents tend to stick with their goals for one month, while 22% last two to three months, and 13% last four months. In short, it’s a known fact that people don’t stick to their new year resolutions and goals.
But why is that?
The reason why people can’t stick to their goals is that they are missing a major key factor in the process, which is an inner one, not an external one. The key is BECOMING who they want to BE from within. Why is this vital? Because unless you occupy the state of BEING the person who is (that which you want to be), you won’t be able to sustain anything that doesn’t belong to that state, for long.
For example, if you want to be fitter this year, but you continue to feel that you ARE sluggish and overweight, in other words, you still occupy the state of BEING that sluggish and overweight person, while your willpower may help you to exercise or eat healthy for a short while, little by little, your most dominant state will take over, and eventually, you won’t be able to sustain your willpower efforts.
So, whether you want more health, more wealth, more love, a better relationship (SP) story, or more fun in your life, what you need to understand is that taking physical actions using willpower alone is hardly going to change your life in the long run. What will, however, is understanding this marvelous law and use it accordingly.
Assume the feeling of your wish fulfilled and continue feeling that it is fulfilled until that which you feel objectifies itself. – Neville Goddard
The law says that if I imagine and feel that I AM who I want to be, therefore, I assume the feeling of BEING that which I want to be. As I practice this feeling of BEING who I want to be over and over, it becomes my dominant state. When a state is dominant, the actions that I am going to take FROM that state will come naturally. This means that I won’t feel the burden of making an effort for the sake of taking action. On the contrary, once I AM in a state, my actions become natural and even inspired rather than forced.
What’s the difference between an inspired and a forced action? The difference is parmount both in power and result. An inspired action is bound to succeed, while a forced action, more often than not, is bound to fail.
As I’m planning to discuss, soon in an upcoming video, my year 2023 was very busy and significant in new manifestations that truly changed my life. How many actions did I take to manifest those amazing things? Basically none. None of my manifestations came out of a particular action I took. It all came to me at the right time, at the right place, because that’s how the law works once you are in your desired state. I was in the state of BEING the person who had those things already before they showed up in my physical experience.
So, how can you make this New Year the BEST year ever?
First, decide who you want to be and what you want to have. It all starts with a decision. Unless you decide to become the new you, you are staying where you are, and nothing can even start.
Assume the feeling that would be yours were you already the one you wish to be – Neville Goddard
Second, practice imagining yourself to BE that person who has their desire fulfilled. What does that person feel? How does she walk, talk, and behave? What type of thoughts and inner conversations does she have? What are her habits? Do your best to occupy that state every day, even if it’s for a moment. What matters is that you return to that state over and over until that state feels natural and normal.
Let me add that when I say “return to the state,” I don’t necessarily mean to use techniques. While you can use techniques, you can embody/occupy a state without any techniques.
“If you can imagine something, you can achieve it.” – Neville Goddard
Third, you’ll start noticing that keeping your goals and resolutions as that person – the new you who already IS who you want to be, will become easy and effortless. You will start taking actions FROM the state, so those actions will feel effortless and truly lead you somewhere.
If you do this, by the time this year is over, not only will you have achieved your goals, but your whole life will have started to change.
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