Amarantine Volume 4: Expectations! - Page 15

“Whatever the mind can conceive and believe, it can achieve,” Napoleon Hill Now that you know whose dream or aspiration you have written down, ask yourself ‘why have I selected this dream or aspiration?’ The ‘why’ question is the most important question you can ask yourself. It will help you reveal reasons, conflicts, previous results that haven’t been successful; and is the question that exposes the purpose. It’s often referred to as the ‘justification’ question. If you don’t have an answer to the ‘why’ question, then maybe this is not the right dream or aspiration? Maybe the first question you should be asking is ‘why have I written down this dream or aspiration’? Maybe now is the time to reflect on that particular question and if necessary change your dream or aspiration to the right one. If the answer is ‘because I have to do it for work’, how do you change your dream or aspiration sentence to one that gives you the ‘why’ answer of something more motivating to you! “The mind is everything. What you think, you become.” Buddha Now that you know and have agreed with the ‘why’, re-write the sentence to include the important elements of the ‘why’. Remember that the Power of Expectation basically states that whatever you presume with positive belief, positive energy, and positive emotion; you will achieve. So, take this time to write out your sentence in a way that when you look at it, speak it out loud, or think it in your mind; it Volu me4 AMARANTINE 15