The importance of goal setting


Always have an objective in mind

Today I listened to Kenrick Cleveland as he talks about Rapport (as in NLP). The one thing that struck me in this recording was the part where he says:

“You have to have a goal – an objective – in your mind with anything you do”.

There is real truth behind this saying, because when you have a goal – an objective – your subconscious will help you get what it is that you are focusing on.

Let me explain what I am saying. Years ago I had this client of mine.  The thought of her came to mind while I was reading. She had problems with her throat, she had blurred vision and sometimes problems with peeing.

So I said to myself, “what may be the problem here?” (objective).

I recently spoke with a homeopath and he talked about MIASM, psora, sycosis and syphilis. In that line of thinking and all that I can remember, I came with the idea to muscle test and came up with Chlamydia as a possible culprit.

Googling for Chlamydia, I found several texts that mentioned that issue with blurred vision. I researched further into what Chlamydia is and what to do when you think you have it.

Then I asked  myself the question what other possible therapy is possible then the normal chemistry (objective) .

After some  time I laid myself to rest for some time and when I woke up I picked up a book and that led me to a possible answer: Australian Bush flower remedy Spinifex.
Yet another possibility is to treat for yeast infection.

Of course I don’t tell the whole story, but the point I want to make is clear:

It is important to have a goal – an objective – in mind with everything you do … and your conscious and your subconscious will support you in your endevor.

Huib Salomons,
Practitioner Specialized Kinesiology

About quinten

Practitioner of Specialized Kinesiology, The Netherlands
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