Tips For Controlling Yourself Consciously

s all of our sense of the reality is representational, and we meet our goals and standards in correlation with the representations we have. Thus the matter having a conscious control over one’s life requires the person to have realistic sense on the conditions one is in, a realistic sense of one’s capacity and also be able to systematically construct phases through which one will eventually meet the desired circumstances.

When you are alone, the reality around you exceeds further accordingly as it is. The persons you know are not present, but you may place them into a variety of circumstances in your mental map, go through conversations in representational level, argue in representationally created circumstances, or leave such considerations in their own value and use your constructive capacity to setting goals and how you will reach them.

When you consider how such a simple event as shopping, and how it is constructed of different phases you must go througimages (7)h, for example that first you must walk to the shop, and you therefore plan out the route you will take to it. You also consider what items you will purchase, where they are located at the local grocery store, etc. Similarly, conscious control over one’s life is in relativity with setting a goal, systematically producing phases one must go through to gain the desired end result and then going over the requirements for the task.

Sometimes it is enough to find goals for one to reach through writing one or two goals to a piece of paper and then constructively plan how one will meet those circumstances, and without any magic it is probable that one will meet those goals than if he or she had not written them down. It takes approximately five days to form a new habit. By setting goals, you might be tempted to not to work to achieve them, but if you keep such temptations away and work yourself through the difficulties for your own benefit, it is more probable that you will find your way to meet your goals, than if you do not keep your focus on what it takes.

The life is for you to live, and the pursuit of happiness during this brief journey through is everyone’s individual right and liberty. You set your own standards, and live in relativity with them, for however you put it, what it is for you to exist and what ideals you have are in essence a part of your pursuit of happiness and existence in general. That how others interpret you is not how you experience something, but mere interpretations that cannot invalidate your experience. The representational path of your existence is founded on choices and to the consequences of those choices made in relativity with representations you have. If you thoroughly change your mind, or perceive that you did something wrong, or notice that you had made a mistake, change your plans immediately.

When you write down your goals and the put the phases you must go through on a timetable, consider realistically the capacity you have for meeting the progressively exceeding phases. Then, make two estimates on when you will reach your goal. The moment when you must meet the desired circumstances, and another that is unrealistic in that you must work harder than ever before to meet that expected time. It is said that work will fit the time available for it, so the unrealistic set of time of meeting the desired circumstances can be hastened with that mind-set. I have set seemingly impossible timetables for my creativity to reach and have still managed to find my way to be over a year ahead of my schedule. Why? Because work fits the time available to it, and because the more one works for achieving a set goal, the neurology habitualizes around the matter one is working for. The constructive memory has more building blocks to use, one becomes more self-aware of what it takes to constructively meet the desired circumstances, to use one’s own creativity as the creative process becomes more familiar, and the overall capacity increases the more realizations are gathered in relativity with the matters at hand.

Henry M. Piironen is an Author, Poet, Philosopher, Scientist and the Founder of http://booklounge.org/, a free online library. It provides you with thousands of titles from genres of fiction, philosophy, psychology, Christianity, Sacred Texts from over 40 religions and more. Read. Connect. Share. Now.

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