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Eight Steps to Achieve Your Dreams

Eight Steps to Achieve Your Dreams

Words if used unconsciously can bring unwanted experiences but if spoken with purpose and precision they can also pave the way for your dreams to become real. Niurka, who is the author of the new book, Supreme Influence: Change Your Life with the Power of the Language You Use, teaches readers in depth on how to command words to create reality on purpose.

Be clear on your intent: Clarity is power. Be clear on what you want rather than what you don’t want. Then take purposeful action toward your goal without attachment to how it shows up. Without clear intent you can get lost, derailed, or waste time.

Evoke empowered states: The words “think of a time” have power to summon states. Think of a specific time when you accomplished something that inspired you. Allow a moment to access the memory, which reintegrates the empowered state.

Imagine and paint a picture: You create with the pictures in your mind as your power to create cannot exceed your ability to vividly imagine your dreams as real. Therefore imagine and see what you want in your mind’s eye. Paint a big, bright, crisp and clear picture, enriched with the colors. Step into the picture and look out through your own eyes as if it’s happening now.

Gather information: Create understanding, which means clearly understanding whether you communicate properly or not and also understand another’s mindscape.

Replace ‘but’ with ‘and’ to dissolves resistance: The word ‘But’ negates and if used unconsciously, this word can create disharmony. Unless you intend to negate, it’s wiser to use the word ‘And.’

Be cautious of words like ‘Try’ and ‘Need’: The challenge with the word ‘try’ occurs when it’s used in the context of achieving a goal, or making a decision. Trying creates conditions for mediocrity. Also beware of the word ‘need’ because it presupposes absence or lack.

Carefully choose the word ‘I AM’: What do you say after the words I Am? The words you choose influence how you see yourself, how others see you, and what’s possible for you. When you use the words I Am, you invoke your power to create. These words are potent! Be aware of what you link them to.

The Silent Space: Silence speaks louder than words. It’s not genuine to say whatever you want as it’s considered to be undisciplined. On the other hand, if you speak too little, you don’t honor your truth. Balancing speech and silence is essential as silence gives words their weight.