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#68 Q. How to be intentional with your life? #365DAYSOFSOULSEARCHING

This is another question of the 365-day challenge. After replying to these 365 questions on soul-searching, you would undoubtedly come out decisive, confident, and much more hopeful with yourself than ever before. And, I will help you to know yourself more every single day for the next 365 days.

WHAT IS SOUL-SEARCHING?

What does “soul-searching” accomplishes? Where do you end up with it? It is digging deep and focusing on oneself to lead a contented life. Because soul-searching could create a visualization of your much achievable future by giving you an insight into what one is today, in the present.

“A situation does not attract any misfortune of life. It’s the way you perceive the solution does.” And this is where “soul-searching” backs you.

ANSWER THIS #68 QUESTION

#68 question How do you look when you visualize yourself as a physically fit person?

Know! The intention, which could keep you from falling for an unhealthy diet.

“Visualization becomes reality when you hook intention to your desires.”

-Farheen Dhanjal

How to be intentional with your life?

Desire is a thing that makes you think that what you are doing in your life, the things that you have in your life, are going to help you or hurt you towards anything you are trying to build.

And it all comes down to one thing, to be intentional with your life. Many among us are living our life being asleep, being unconscious. Most of the time, we are unaware of the stuff that’s going on in our life, what’s serving us and what is not.

Have you ever sat down and thought about all of the things that you do; have you thought of when you are waking, what you are going on priority, why are you eating what you are eating, moreover the people you surround yourself.

It’s an awakening process because if you get intentional with your life, you would realize that there are a lot of things that you do are good, and many more that would make you think that:
-why the hell I am still doing it,
-why I’m still talking to this person,
-why I’m not taking care of myself.

Top 7 Quotes on being intentional

“An unintentional life accepts everything and does nothing. An intentional life embraces only the things that will add to the mission of significance.”

– John C Maxwell

“You can have anything you want, if you want it badly enough.”

– Abraham Lincoln

“The key is not to prioritize your schedule but to schedule your priorities.”

– Steven Covey

“You can go slow. Allow your dreams and goals to change, but live an intentional life.”

– Kumail Nanjian

“The power of intention is the power to manifest, to create, to live a life of unlimited abundance, and to attract into your life the right people at the right moments.”

– Wayne Dyer

“To the degree, we’re not living our dreams; our comfort zone has more control of us than we have over ourselves.”

– Peter Williams

“If you don’t go after what you want, you’ll never have it. If you don’t ask, the answer is always no. If you don’t step forward, you’re always in the same place.”

– Peter Williams

CONTENTS OF THE QUESTION

Each question would consist of 3 parts:
Part 1: QUESTION – It would determine the path of knowing you as an individual.

Part 2: KNOW – It would let you know what you learned about yourself.

Part 3: QUOTE – It would depict the righteous approach to the concept being asked in the question.

HOW TO PRACTICE THIS ACTIVITY?

You just have to reply to Part 1, and just read, learn and reflect on Parts 2 and 3.

Grab a pen & paper and start writing your reply. Remember! Nothing is tough when it comes to doing it for yourself. And, you just need to be truthful to yourself.

Feel free to share.

Happy “soul-searching”

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Published by FARHEEN DHANJAL

I am besides being a self-help writer and podcaster am a lawyer as well. I sense an intense inclination towards the power of words; their placing, usage moreover the power of interpretation they possess in law as well as philosophy. My writings are an outcome of great mind processing, notion understanding, and articulation skills as I write: – Concrete and straightforward, – Therapy and self-help, and – Professional and guidance.

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