I’ve pondered on this old age law saying by Goethe which says “Having seen the end, you have willed the means to the realization of the end” and it strikes me at how often we have dreams that seem far away that we doubt if it’ll ever be. The end to us is not clear, but by this saying, I begin to wonder how to even myself I’ve had the same thoughts. This saying in itself begun to help me think about the positive effect of visualizing your goals is so important to you achieving them.
What do the Statistics State?
I would tell myself “oh that is so far-fetched” and It would be a repeated pattern and not a good one at that. According to research by the University of Scranton, it is found that 92% of people will never achieve their goals. Can I just say Yikes! That’s a pretty high number. Irreversibly that means only 8% reach their goal. Just a mere 8%. WOW!
But along came a change in me. After stumbling upon that saying at the beginning of this excerpt, I realized how I was subconsciously letting myself down. I’ve envisioned how far away my dreams and goals are; Yet, I don’t take the time to visualize how I have reached the end and accomplished them. How I made it and did it. I mean, my gosh, I can’t fathom the feeling of imagining making it where I want to be and be able to say yes, I did it.
Yet, it may all be possible with a changed my mindset. The vision must be there. I took a step and now started projecting in front of me exactly what I am expecting my dreams, my goals, my accomplishments to be. I found Purpose in doing this.
Where Would you Visualize your Goals?
As you lay in bed, sitting on the couch eyes closed, at the dinner table thinking, driving from A to B. You can set yourself to see the end where they are accomplished. In the same way, I am visualizing my goals. A wonderful thing will happen then. In this way, the universe begins the works to align with the thoughts and brings it forth. I hate to say it, but that’s how am here writing this blog. I’ve down talk myself many times and gave up on it. Of course, after seeing that Old-age law, I said to myself “You know how you want it to end, envision that, see it, feel it.” Consequently, I set to fix up the website and begin again because, in my mind, I’ve seen the end.
Springlees, today in the now and every day in what’s to come, instead of feeling despair that’s it’s not happening, I encourage you to see the end and make it happen. In that sense, no day is not a day where you’re not motivated to work on yourself, even Mondays. As a result, wonders may begin to happen when you are aware of the positive effect of visualizing your goals. The universe is waiting to align it. My hope for you and I put my faith in this “That is whatsoever it is, it is seen and it is accomplished.”
Springlees, envision, envision, envision, and bring it forth.