Sheila Ram Mohan
How many of us live the ‘someday’ list?
Someday . . . I will run the full marathon.
Someday . . . I will read all these books.
Someday . . . I will travel to wherever and see the Northern Lights.
Someday . . . I will write a movie script.
We walk around thinking we are immortal, but it isn’t so. The only thing guaranteed in life is death. And we don’t know how much time we have.
I heard Dr Myles Munroe say that the richest places in the world are not the oil producing countries or the first world nations. The richest place in the world is the cemetery. There lie books that were never written, songs that were never sung, paintings that never saw the light of day, and businesses that never opened.
So, I will ask you this: If you die now, what dreams, what skills, what talents, what abilities, what businesses, what seminars, what books, what songs, what breakthroughs will die with you?
Why are we so attached to this ‘someday’? Your ‘somedays’ stay ‘somedays’ without a single action taken. There are three things which stop you:
• Lack of interest • Inertia • Fear
When my clients come to me with their list of goals to be achieved (big and small), overwhelmed and overworked, and don’t know where to start, I show them a simple technique.
Look at every goal, or every ‘someday’ list and ask “Am I interested OR am I committed?”
If you are just interested, you will do it when it’s convenient, which means it will get lost between the checking of your WhatsApp notifications, forwarding meaningless jokes and videos, watching babies laughing and cats dancing on YouTube, posting on FB, scrolling through other people’s lives, and sharing meaningless debates over what Modi did wrong or what stupidity Donald Trump did. Before you know it, two or three hours of your life have gone by and now you are behind your work. And of course, your ‘someday’ moves a little further away!
Inertia, on the other hand, is the lack of willpower to get things done. It’s not that you don’t know what to do. Just move your butt and get off that chair to do what you need to do. Remember, your environment is stronger than your willpower. If you stay in an environment where everyone is committed to living a life of passion and purpose, so will you. If all your friends keep eating fried stuff, don’t exercise, and are overweight, how motivated will you be to retain a healthy lifestyle?
And the biggest show stopper: Fear.
The reason why things remain on our list is the fear of change. Right from school, we have been taught to conform. I heard Earl Nightingale say in one of his speeches “The opposite of courage is not cowardice—its conformity.”
The seed of conformity is sowed in schools, where we are expected to walk alike, talk alike, dress alike, and even a slight difference is frowned upon. Conformity is the middle name for schools. And that’s where the peer influence starts; where you adopt a particular type of behaviour, dress, or attitude in order to be accepted as part of a group of equals.
The Someday Syndrome creeps in when we let the auto-pilot take over. So, the cure is making active, conscious choices.
1. Be you. This is the Happiness Project’s number one happiness commandment: Maybe you’re not doing something because, in reality, it doesn’t fit with who you are. If so, dump the idea and the expectations that likely came along with it and go find something that suits you better. The moment you let go of other people’s dreams, you will find your own.
2. Clear out the junk: If you don’t know what would suit you better, it could be because your mind and emotions are all cluttered up. If your mind’s in chaos, how could you possibly make a clear decision on getting rid of your ‘somedays’? The clutter includes negative thoughts or negative attitudes. Old fears, old anger, old grudges and hurts, old grief—they all clutter our mind. So why walk with those fears, those regrets, those hatreds, those bigotries? Living each day as if it’s the last day is not just a cliché.
3. Make a grand plan: ‘Grand’ because this is the big-picture plan. Don’t get carried away—we said ‘grand,’ not ‘grandiose.’ Planning can feel like action, but really, it’s no different than talking. Until you actually do something, you’re still procrastinating. Planning is important but doesn’t count as actually doing something; taking the first step is what counts.
4. Be ready to be surprised: Once your plan is in action, it might not turn out the way you expected, but this isn’t always a bad thing if you are ready for it and flexible.
5. Take one step at a time: The only details you need to choose at this point are the first steps. Don’t get overwhelmed by details. Focus on just the next two or three things that you’re going to do. You need to know your first steps; the road will unfold itself.
6. Get help: Talk to others who have done it. Also, try to be lazy when you can be and don’t waste time reinventing the wheel. Find a coach, go through a quicker learning curve, become accountable. We always do better when we have someone watching.
7. Be uncomfortable: In my book, I Complete Me, I have written about how we might be terribly unhappy, but we’re comfortable so we don’t do anything about the unhappiness. Like all teachers tell us, “Growth happens outside your comfort zone.”
So folks, there is no awesome ‘someday’ out there when, scrubbed of every last imperfection, you may step into the golden light of happiness and fulfilment. There is no rainbow to chase, no pot of gold waiting at the end. It’s all already right here.
Sheila Ram Mohan is the author of the book, I COMPLETE ME, which has just been nominated for the global Author Academy award. An acknowledged expert in her field, Sheila Ram Mohan, Founder and Lead Coach, Lumiere24, is an internationally Certified Master Spirit Life Coach and NLP-K practitioner. She is also one of the few Metaphors of Movement Coach in the world. With more than three decades of hands-on experience in brand building, strategy planning and entrepreneurship, she believes that we need to push our edges and fly. Every one of us is an acorn with potential to become an oak tree…and which is why she works with people to help them explore their higher selves, dream big and soar in to possibilities.
You can read about her work and programs at www.lumiere24.com.
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PSYCHO NEUROBIC PROGRAMMING—X
Curing eye disorders
By Dr Chandra Shekhar Tiwari
The root causes of ophthalmic disorders are the accumulation of toxins in the optic nerves and brain cells due to constant emotional pressure and deviation from the truth. Emotional deficiency of truthfulness in one’s lifestyle and a lack of knowledge and skills to perform routine and professional work causes tremendous emotional pressure and deposit neuro-emotional toxins in the optic nerves and brain cells. Excess deposits of these toxins cause ophthalmic disorders like short- or long-sightedness, glaucoma, etc. Therefore, these diseases are called psychosomatic.
The real solution for all psychosomatic diseases lies in Psycho Neurobic Programming (SIGFAS PNP). Since all these teachings are from Spiritual Incorporeal God Father Almighty (SIGFA), I call it SIGFA SOLUTIONS. Psychosomatic means psyche is creating negative emotions, which further creates neuro-emotional blockages in the physical body. In reality, our cells and our body respond to every thought we think, every emotion we have and every word we speak. Repetitive modes of negative thinking, expressing, and suppressing negative emotions will eventually manifest as ‘dis-ease’ of mind which further results in many diseases in the body.
Psycho Neurobic Programming will programme our mind with truth and enlightenment to get rid of the root causes of ophthalmic diseases. For this, you need to vibrate your optic nerves and brain cells with the indigo colour frequency (> 695 Thz) with a feeling of truth and enlightenment in Prana Mudra.
Simply practice the following steps of 20 minutes, two times a day for just 90 days to get rid of ophthalmic disorders forever.
Concentrate on the indigo colour 3D stereographic image for five minutes to bring your brain waves to the alpha level for programming of truth and enlightenment by repetitive affirmations and visualisations of affirmations. Affirmations and visualisation of truth and enlightenment may be “I am truthful and enlightened.” “Ocean of truth & knowledge—Almighty GOD—is showering indigo colour continuously.” Feel that the whole body has become bright with the indigo colour. Feel the emotions of truth and enlightenment by recalling all truthful moments of life. Keep thanking GOD in mind. Do it for 15 minutes.
Side Benefits of this PNP: This will help you to feel better and get rid of all neurological disorders like Parkinson’s, epilepsy, and headache and migraine.
Even you can subscribe to Sigfa YouTube channel (URL— youtube.com/SIGFA) for getting regular healthy tips of psycho Neurobic Programming (PNP)
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