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Chapter 3: Here Is Your Meta-Vision

It is time to create your own killer story.

Let’s call it meta-story.

my story

This will not be your exact vision but it’s an effort towards getting close to it.

Why do we do it if we’re not going to get your exact vision?

We’re doing it because it will give us a key element into discovering it: the feelings you are after.

So how do we do this?

We’ll start with a little bit of patience!

I know you really want to dig into your perfect reality but this is important so bare with me for a few minutes.

After all, this process is another necessary step towards you achieving what you really want, an essential one!

We’re going to do a small exercise.

Let’s start by you imagining a relevant and good experience from your past, one where you experienced the same, a very similar, or close feelings to the ones you think an ideal life can give you.

Got it?

Give yourself some time if it doesn’t come to you straight away.

Once you’ve got it, what we’re going to do here is to mold it into a perfect picture.

One that has no flaws whatsoever.

This will be an invented experience that you will use to influence your subconscious mind and to tell it what you really want.

Let’s see what I mean here…

I’ll put the example of economic gain.

Think of a time when you received an amount of money that you were really happy with.

It doesn’t matter if it was a lot or not, what matters is that you had an incredible feeling of pleasure for the economic gain.

You have it?

Good…

I suppose that experience is not 100% perfect.

It has its flaws, right?

In it, there were some not-so-great elements that added a little bit of grey colour that prevents the experience from being a perfect one.

What do we do now?

We rewrite the experience in a way that we turn all the “negative” and not-so-great elements so that we can turn the experience from a good one to a perfect one.

The negative aspects need to disappear and be replaced by positive ones, the types of elements that would’ve made it absolutely fantastic.

Now… a key thing to know here is that your unconscious cannot tell the difference between real and imagined events.

This is why many self-improvement books insist on the power of auto-suggestion and “experiencing dreams as if they were real”.

When we do this, a strong force and influence is sent out to the Universe.

A force that asks and gets from the Supreme the necessary help in order to achieve it.

But remember!

Patience is key.

We are in a fast society where we want instant results, but the Universe does not operate within the laws of capitalism and consumerism.

The Universe operates with Universal Laws (duh!), and it knows nothing else.

The effort of mentally rewriting past experiences, if practiced consistently for a good period of time, can also help us erase negative experiences and the negative emotional links we created because of them.

Back to the economic example.

Now your mind has a very desirable memory in regards of an event where you generated money.

That is your meta-story.

But wait!

That’s not all, of course.

This must be polished, adjusted and refined further so it can serve as a goal and target of itself.

Let’s get crackin’ on this then.

Let’s assume you’ve figured out what your financial goal is.

You know exactly how much is the ideal amount of money you get per year.

I’ll follow with my own example, a goal I had a few years back and how I worked around it.

My goal was:

“I want to receive a check of $125.000 for my services as a consultant.”

Go ahead and write your own economic goal at this very moment.

Don’t continue until you do.

I said don’t continue!

Busted!

No, seriously, this is imperative.

Write your goal down.

Got it?

Good.

1. As you think of your Goal, write down what comes to your mind; your thoughts, memories and basically everything.

For example, in my own case, I remember I was in my garden, thinking about the time I received the biggest paycheck I had received in my life, so I wrote it down:

“I’m sitting in my garden, thinking about the time I received my biggest paycheck. I’m enjoying the warm feeling of sunshine on my skin and the fresh smell of flowers, and remembering when I received $125.000, with a very beautiful wire transfer report from my bank during the joyous hours of an early Monday!

Even though the money feels good, I remember it required a long 4 week period of intense and arduous work, with the majority of days keeping up with very unhealthy hours.

Nonetheless, I was able to keep and do a great job, though it certainly cost me a whole month of recovery where I basically had to turn off my telephone and take no work until I felt better, which meant a month with zero income.”

See what I mean?

2. Rate the perfection of your “perfect” memory. Take 1 as “I cannot, do not, and will not even remember that!” and 10 as “Hell, yeah!!”

For example, in my own case, though the money was great, the physical pain and emotional stress were so great that it really blurred the happiness I would feel. Therefore, I rated it as a “5”.

3. If your Meta-story was rated below “10” for Desirability, let’s get your imagination juices flowing and start coming up with details and changes that could turn that same scene into a “10”.

In order to do this efficiently, really focus and give absolute priority to the negative things of the experience, the things that bother you from the memory, and change them with your imagination.

Change them in a way so that we can turn it into a perfect “10”.

Let’s start by underlining these negative aspects.

In my case it would be like this:

“I’m sitting in my garden, thinking about the time I received my biggest paycheck. I’m enjoying the warm feeling of sunshine on my skin and the fresh smell of flowers, and remembering when I received $125.000, with a very beautiful wire transfer report from my bank during the joyous hours of an early Monday!

Even though the money feels good, I remember it required a long 4 week period of intense and arduous work, with the majority of days keeping up with very unhealthy hours.

Nonetheless, I was able to keep and do a great job, though it certainly cost me a whole month of recovery where I basically had to turn off my telephone and take no work until I felt better, which meant a month with zero income.

I changed all the underlined sentence until the point where there was no negativity in the experience at all, basically rewriting my past.

Like this:

“I’m sitting in my garden, thinking about the time I received my biggest paycheck. I’m enjoying the warm feeling of sunshine on my skin and the fresh smell of flowers, and remembering when I received $125.000, with a very beautiful wire transfer report from my bank during the joyous hours of an early Monday!

Even though The money feels good, and the whole month I work was also of the same quality. We worked hard, in a coordinated team effort where each of us would help each other when we felt tired, thus making space for when any of us felt stressed and could, therefore, regain the necessary energy to continue doing an excellent job. I remember it required a long 4 week period of intense and arduous work, with the majority of days keeping up with very unhealthy hours.

Nonetheless, I was able to keep and do a great job, allowing me not to feel tired at all when we finished. After that, I took five days of quality time with my family and got right back to work the next month, where I set my goal a little higher and was able to earn an additional $135.000. Talk about killing it! Though it certainly cost me a whole month of recovery where I basically had to turn off my telephone and take no work until I felt better, which meant a month with zero income.”

4. Repeat the circling/underlining/rewriting process as many times as necessary to get the perfect “10”.

For example, though what I wrote above was certainly great, I rated it a “9”.

Why?

Because earning $200.000 the next following month really hit the perfect “10” mark for me.

How about yourself?

How did you do?

 

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