How to Create “Goal Statements”
Please come up with 10-12 “Goal Statements” and fill them out below, after reading the following instructions. If you have already done statements before,y you can bypass the instructions and go straight to filling out your "Goal Statements."
This will ensure that our best is best spent on working towards your goals rather than coming up with them. We can talk about them and tweak them together if we need to!
Here are instructions on how to come up with your own “Goal Statements”:
1st: Assess your current experience (How are things now?)
Look at your life as it is right now. Doing so will give you insight into what you currently believe about your life, subconsciously. Often we think about what we don’t want, for example “I don’t want to be anxious,” “I don’t want to be unhealthy,” or “I don’t want to be angry with God.”
2nd: Define your desired experience (How do you want things to be instead?)
“I want a deeper connection with the Divine,”
“I want to be calm and confident,”
“I want to be healthy,”
“I want to be happy”
“I want to attract money easily and naturally,” etc.
By removing the word “want” (which implies future tense”) from each of these statements, they can be transformed into “Goal Statements.”
3rd: Create the “Goal Statement”
Be sure your final goal statement is in first -erson, present tense, positively stated, short, and emotionally meaningful.
First-person: Create the statement so it is about you: “I love myself.” “It’s easy for me to be happy.” “I appreciate my uniqueness.”
Present Tense: Express the belief as a first person, present tense statement, ex. “I deeply appreciate and accept myself just the way I am.”
Make a positive expression of what will be true. (Not what won’t be true.), ex., avoid “I don’t have fear.” And use “I have courage.”
Short: For best results, keep your statements short and to the point, ex. “I am safe.” “I am confident.”
If the statement has a strong emotional appeal for you, it is probably a good one to use.
Other “Goal Statement” examples to help you in choosing yours:
"I experience the presence of God within me"
"I only allow into my energy field that which is in my highest best good, and I reflect back to God everything else"
"My body filters pesticides, naturally, efficiently, and effectively"
"I nurture my physical body in healthy and loving ways"
To begin to create Goal Statement, you can also use these as a guide:
I am ____________________________________________________________
I have ___________________________________________________________
I deserve _________________________________________________________
I feel ____________________________________________________________
It’s easy and fun for me to ___________________________________________