January 14, 2011

By definition, a goal is an objective, or a projected computation of affairs, that a person or a system plans or intends to achieve.

Part of the human experience is to create new goals as one's life changes through the years. You are not the same person you were 10 years ago, 5 years ago, or even 1 year ago, therefore goals will change.

We all have short term and long range goals that define who we are and why we are here at any given chapter of our lives.

It is important to make those goals realistic, so you can achieve what you set out to do, not what you fantasize life to be. New goals should fall into the patterns of today's reality and what is achievable.

Goals, and the way we get accomplish them, will change along with personal and collective consciousness. The hologram of our reality has goals of its own that will influence, and override, all of our personal goals one way or another. Let it happen, go with it. Tick Tock. Is it all a dream or illusion you are about to wake up from?

Metaphysics seems to be about healing or coming into awareness through programs that involve steps or stages. The same could hold true for your personal goal.

"6 Step Program to a Perfect You!"

The secret to accomplishing major goals is to take your project and break it down into small steps. The size of the steps will depend on what you are comfortable with. The important thing is to keep taking steps toward your goal. As you move closer you will find your steps will get larger and faster - the momentum will carry you along.

You will overcome obstacles in achieving your goals if you you have a passion for them.

If the goal is facing too much resistance and has too many obstacles, change goals.

Some people go after one goal at a time, while others work at several goals to reach their objectives. You have to know your limitations. If you burn out, you will never reach any of your goals, and burn-out is happening everywhere these days.

Your goal should be something that you alone need to accomplish for yourself not others and should be realistic and practical. Think it through carefully. You can meditate, visualize, whatever works.

When going after goals, it is important to consider time management - pace yourself. The way you use your time is very important. If you overextend your time, your body will break down and get sick. Take care of yourself. Don't burn out.

Understand the peripheral people, places and things that will be affected by you reaching your goal.

Make a game plan. Write it down. Get guidance along the way. Plan for glitches as life rarely runs smooth.

Check your game plan from time to time as you may need to tweak it a bit.

As you move toward your final goal, be sure it is what you still want.

Don't be disappointed if your goal becomes impossible due to our rapidly changing reality. Set another goal, perhaps one not related to this physical experience. There is so much else out there. Set a new course to discover what lies beyond ...