“When you find yourself feeling doubts about your ability to attain your goal, take a moment to remember a time when you have enjoyed a great accomplishment. It is more effective if it is something that you accomplished not only mentally, but physically as well. The body has a phenomenal memory. In fact, some say it has a greater memory than the mind. When you’re uncertain, let your mind take you back to your triumphant moment again, and feel it in your body with as much detail as you can. Recall the smells, colors, sounds, feelings, and surroundings.
As you sink into this most pleasant memory, allow it to resonate in you once more as if it were happening for you in the present moment. Let the exhilaration of your success stay with you as you turn yet again to the task at hand. This meditation will be of enormous support for you in actualizing your goal.”
Justine Toms, in “Small Pleasures, Finding Grace in a Chaotic World”
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