Don’t set goals. Raise your vibration and seek joy instead.

This year something strange happened. I am usually a big fan of looking back, reflecting on successes and learnings and then planning for a year ahead. A very organised, Type A personality approach. This year I did not feel like it.

Originally I thought that the emptiness practice got me to the ‘what’s the point’ point. But then I read Gabby Bernstein’s “Have Fun Along the Way to Achieving Your Goals and You’ll Attract Support from the Universe” and it dawned on me:

We always ask ourselves, “Where do I want to be?” Instead, we should be asking, “How do I want to feel?”

Yes! I want to feel like I felt when I was in my 20s – that anything is possible and the world is a wondrous, abundant place full of adventure! Back then I was a tornado of energy and had fun whatever I did. Where did that mindset go?

So making sure I maximise joy and fun is my main goal this year. No usual planning, fretting and worrying – bring on positive, open minded thinking, always expecting the best, prioritising joy, play and having fun!

About nomadoftheuniverse

Nomad of the Universe, nobody special, Buddhist, student of Ram Dass. I write about happiness, meaning and spirituality. My book on Love Addiction is out on Amazon now.
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4 Responses to Don’t set goals. Raise your vibration and seek joy instead.

  1. That is entirely the best way to be. You are so right in your approach. Love the artwork and photo!

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  2. lolkin says:

    Thanks Anthony! Now have to put this approach in practice daily! There should be no artwork 🤔 a glitch in wordpress perhaps.

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  3. beth says:

    I love this approach

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