Step 1 - Musing!


Musing gets us into the meditative stage, and enables us to examine a large number of unresolved issues that have hung around in our mind for a long period of time.

Vision We start by picturing ourselves where we want to be and the reasoning behind this. We might not reach what we have envisioned; however, without it we are more likely to discontinue our odyssey if we fall.

Intention A clear vision on standing for a greater good gives us a conviction powerful enough to go after it, and to illuminate our heart and mind to see and understand beyond the ordinary.

Motivation Passion to reach our destiny urges us to take control of our conscious mind and gage the terrain, and how far we are from the final destination.

Commitment Knowing exactly what we want badly enough to go the distance will make us to control our fears and overcome doubts that have accumulated within us for so many years.

Attitude Awareness and a new perspective on what we are capable of provide us with tools to direct our actions and behaviour in any direction we choose to go.

Programme Our own past victories over adversities become the base for an efficient plan for our journey, a blueprint to get us from where we are to where we want to be.

Step 2 - Energy!


Energy is released when changes occur in our lives, and in order to have a sustainable source of energy we must embrace and even create changes in our mind set, as well as our behaviour.

Realization There is a direct correlation between our energy level and our ambition, and we get more energized with greater drive, thereby elevating our capabilities to reach our destination.

Action An ubundance of stamina makes us plan and act upon our ideas, and possibilities become more realistic as we see the progress that results from our endeavours.

Operation Our tasks are performed mainly in two major and equally important stages, in order to complete our objectives, planning and execution. The right kind of planning reduces obstacles in the execution stage.

Resistance The large portion of obstacles we face when we embark on a new journey are brought to us by the people who have us within their sphere of our influence, and we must build a safeguard to not let their opinions impede our movement.

Consistency Any new road has its ups and downs and our job when we start walking along one is to solve problems creatively when we hit difficulties, familiarize ourselves with surrounding conditions, and mitigate the impact of the problem with flexibility.

Persistence When we make changes in our life, we must prepare to get away from some or all of our old habits and get out of our comfort zone, in order to to deal with new challenges, even if they persist for a long period of time.

Step 3 - Dimensions!


Finding value in what we are about to experience on a new path is what prepares us to deal with unwanted circumstances, whether internal or external. Restructuring old beliefs, old relationships, and old ways of thinking are parts of this revelation.

Perspective We must not lose sight of reality and its conseques, both to ourselves and people around us, as a result of the changes we have just made. Our reactions to routine and others' behaviour toward the new us will be different, and our job is to stick to our conviction.

Emotions For a higher dimension of our awareness, we must deal with our emotions, especially when we find ourselves in a new territory, in a way othat works for us.

Reasoning Our reasoning must take into account our feelings. The two must deliberate with each other to fully prepare us for the power of the new movement and coming restructure or enhancement of the abandoned habits, in order to rationalize and persuade our conscious mind.

Step 4 - Control!


To discipline ourselves to get into our programme we must first make our conscious mind become subservient to ourselves, and we can accomplish that by adjusting and altering our attitudes toward ourselves, and our relationship with our surroundings.

Divisiveness The first step in preparing to execute any decision we make is to take responsibility for its range of outcomes, anywhere between worst and best case scenarios, and subsequently to act upon it fast, since doubt and lack of decisiveness brings stagnation.

Thinking Thinking about others in relation to us is pivital in taking charge of our lives; therefore, we must focus on constructive and kind thoughts to enforce our deeds in a positive direction.

Behaviour Our behaviour should be based on understanding ourselves and the effects of our behaviour on the well being of those whom we relate to; hence, any change we choose to make that will alter our present demeanour has to be understood and be communicated with those we have a relationship with.

Step 5 - Enlightenment!


Awareness is a byproduct of maturity and understanding ourselves, and to advance to whole enlightenment we must discipline our conscious mind in such a way as to refrain from inappropriate desires.

Observation We shall observe ourselves honestly to be able to honour ourselves genuinely and become impartial in our judgments concerning our surroundings.

Reaction There are only three possible ways to deal with changes: react when something significant happens, sit and let nature takes it course, or boost our courage and face the change proactively.

Transcending At the begining, transcending can make us to withdraw from the routine and feel lonely, ands we must to be careful not to dwell on this loneliness, and to enjoy the world, life and our relationships with a new lens of impartiality.

Attainment By attaining higher awareness we think, feel, and live in the present, without expectation from others, without worrying about how they see us, and without regret about the past or fear of the future.

Step 6 - Nourishment!


During our journey we must make sure that our well being is intact and that what we take in is carefully selected, processed, chewed and digested, both physically and mentally.

Mental Stimulation To have an alert mind we must detoxify and purify its contents. This creates an active and challenging environment for our new way of thinking. Our mental functionality is very similar to our digestive system; it accepts what is good and rejects what is not beneficial to it.

Food Regiment A well balanced and healthy diet not only helps us to increase our energy and health, but also will assist us to avoid superficial indulgences, hence provides us with an additional tool for disciplining ourselves.

Body Cleansing To sanctify our system we must remove radicals from our body by cleaning our blood stream, and to meet this objective a robust attack and drastic change to our routine dietary habits is crucial.

Physical Exercise Daily physical activity not only enhances our health and our demeanor, but also helps us to abstain from being enslaved to a bad habit.

Step 7 - Treatment!


We must cure ourselves of the effects of previously imposed and unwanted influences, and learn to avoid them in future, in order to convert our system to a medium that can accept new ways of thinking and living.

Recognition We enjoy when we are recognized for our abilities, looks, talents, accomplishments, etc., by others, even though this recognition is not necessarilywhich are not necessary based on a solid foundation. We also get energized when we give ourselves recognition for our fortitude and power.

Substitution We must get to the point of loving ourselves to the border line of narcissism, in order to reduce our dependencies on being loved by others, since this is a only a substitute for not having enough respect for ourselves.

Particularization We can attain the deserved respect and needed love for ourselves by avoiding generalizations and pin pointing our own exclusive specifications, in order to possess true knowledge about ourselves and others.

Release We need to let go of thoughts that have imprisoned us, if we want to free up space in our conscious mind for creativity and new possibilities.

Step 8 - Recovery!


After any type of therapeutic procedure, mental or physical, we must allocate a sufficient period of time for restoration, and rushing it will only impede the process with undesirable side effects.

Self-Empowerment and Inclusion We must bless our own capacities, understand that no one can take them, and treat them as our own commodity. This includes our experiences, originality, resolve, and moral sovereignty, unique to each one of us.

Self-Esteem Knowledge of self gives us confidence, which in return enhances those of our values that becomes a foundation for higher achievements.

Socializing Enjoying entertainment with others is different from being sociable, which depends largely on being approachable. To be sociable we must tear down the wall of prejudice that we have erected around ourselves for the purpose of false protection.

Step 9 - Affirmations!


When our conscious mind is clear and the pores to our sub-conscious mind are open to accept positive suggestions, we can reinforce our desired messages by repeating present tense acknowledgements to form a new belief system.

Powerfulness To fight against enticements and avoid the allure of the vices around us, we must empower ourselves with courage and elevate our aspiration to the level at which we are hungry for more of the new us, and we must not to let our guards down.

Belief To become who we want to be we must make the new us be the main part of our mind set; repetition is the main key that helps us to become that distinct individual, who will experience life differently.

Analyze Although we are changing ourselves, the world around us is not on the same page as we are; therefore, we must be vigilant to not fall into the very familiar situations that have happened in our past, and constantly evaluate situations employing our new analytical tools.

Honesty We have started this journey to be us because of all the difficulties we have faced in the past when we pretendedwere the result of pretending to be what others expected us to be. The new us is, in fact, the real us and the only way to protect us is to be truthful to ourselves.

Manifestation Our biggest revelation through this journey is that we are able to control ourselves and our actions, and we are free from the direct domination of others; hence, we will preserve our uniqueness in the way we relate to ourselves.

Adaptation We harvest new habits of accepting who we really are and conform ourselves with the new environment of deep conviction that things are moving forward for the better.

Focus Knowing exactly where we are heading is the focal point of our mission, and we must visualize ourselves as having arrived at this point, in order to concentrate and deploy all of our energy to meet our objectives.

Practice In order to become knowledgeable we must bring what we have learned into practical use at every opportunity, to become compassionate and improve upon our short comings.

Step 10 - Transformation!


Alteration happens when what we envisioned becomes reality and this process takes place when the medium that we have prepared is ready to switch into the new condition.

Embrace Pain Agony is part of the learning curve and we have the choice of enduring it or exploiting it to guide us to a positive outcome, instead of working around it.

Reformation As long as we have life we have an opportunity to arrange and rearrange, add or subtract, and use or reuse the things that make up our inner selves.

Salvation We must regard ourselves as a complete entity, and to be liberated, we must disconnect our attachments from everything that is connected to an outside source.

Self-Elevation We are in charge of setting a platform for ourselves, and we must embrace the consequences of setting high prices for our services, something which is not appreciated byto ourselves that is a disconnection from those who are unaware of their own real value.

Step 11 - Internalization!


When we and our newly fitted beliefs become one, the agitation of confinement reduces, our impressions radiate, our character strengthens, and we become new.

Examining We must utilize newly found tools to evaluate any situation instantly, and to estimate prognosis efficiently, in order to direct our actions promptly.

Intimacy We must familiarize ourselves with the newly gained attitudes to project a genuine confidence to withstand the impacts of new difficulties.

Self-Awareness Day by day we add more useful knowledge to the inventory of our conscious mind, resist more baseless attractions, eliminate more vices from our life, and appreciate the power of self-consciousness.

Step 12 - Omnipresence!


The ability to observe information that is received through our senses, from different angles and without any bias toward the subject or the people connected to that event, is what pervades us through time and space.

Thought Patterns Every event has a different meaning for each of us, which are mainly reflective of our past experiences, and each of us has a methodology to evaluate that event. Some actualize it, others rationalize it, and many factualize it. We must make sure that facts become more prevalent than how we receive and interpret new experiences.

Presence To seek facts we must get to the core of matters, and to examine different angles we must go to the site of an event, physically and/or mentally, in order to experience its connection to us and the others.

Timelessness & Spacelessness To identify ourselves and our connections with our environments, we must value the present. To observe the universe and its affairs the way they are, which is to experience the world beyond our limited surroundings, we must become independent of time and space.

Multi-Dimensional We must train our receptors to become powerful enough to receive every sensation from different angles simultaneously, in order to enable our conscious mind to analyze the collected data with fairness.

Visualize To free up our conscious mind we must download the overflow of the constant incoming information into our sub-conscious mind after processing it, and we can do this by taking a snapshot of each incident we have processed, its collective data, and its conclusion, for easy retrieval, and dispose of unnecessary information.

Step 13 - Neutralism!


At any given time we must be able to come out of our own skin and view the whole scene from the third party perspective, when we confront a new experience. This will give us an impartial advantage when controlling, adjusting, and changing our perceived course of actions, and this practice is only possible when our conscious and sub-conscious mind work together at the same time and prohibit each other from taking a single view point.

Attention We must be diligent when facing new experiences, ordinary ones or those beyond our control, by allocating our focus on relevant information and directing our energy toward important issues, in order to take advantage of the situation or overcome the obstacle, to bring the newly introduced condition under our control.

Understanding We must recognize that people from all walks of life respond and react differently toward any given incident, and in order to help them, if both parties are interested, we must place ourselves in their shoes and view things from their perspective, without involvement, encouragement, discouragement, or agreement.

Openness The only way that we can enrich our lives is to treat every single experience that is being introduced to us constantly, as an opportunity with complete tolerance without prejudice until we examine them thoroughly, in order to tap into our own hidden potentials, and therefore create a harmony within our own effectiveness.

Un-biasedness We must protect our own creativity and sound observation by preventing any form preconceived opinions about anything and/or anyone from residing in our conscious mind, in order to educate, cultivate, and refine ourselves, and be able to pass on the acquired knowledge to others.

Truth-Seeker We must question everything to validate the authenticity of any new experience we encounter and analyze its attributes, in order to elevate our courage and diminish our unfounded fears.

Impartiality To free ourselves we must refrain from taking sides and rely only on our own intuitive and inquisitive mind, and resist misleading outside influences.

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