Intention and detachment are fundamental to master success. To achieve high levels of success, you must develop intention and detachment.
Intention is having a clear and precise objective that you want to achieve.
You have a clear and precise objective when:
- Your thoughts align with your purpose
- You are focused daily on your goals
- Your subconscious is aligned with your goals
In other words, your whole mind must be programmed to achieve your goals. In addition, your subconscious must also be aligned with your goals to master success. Because subconscious conditioning will ultimately override your conscious will.
To create intention, program your subconscious mind daily to align with your goal. Do this by suggesting the goal to your subconscious mind through words and mental imagery (visualization). Do this on a consistent basis until the goal is achieved.
Detachment Only Comes When There Is Intention
After you have formed your intention, you then need to detach from it. This means to let the subconscious mind do its work, without allowing random thoughts to keep your from focus. Set intention makes detachment easy. Calm and focus will follow detachment. You will find it easier to act on your goals.
If you find yourself in a position with negative thinking about your goals, then this shows a lack of detachment. Consequently, you will want to go back to reset your intention. In other words, realign your intention across the conscious and subconscious mind.
Maintain Your Intention
To maintain intention is to constantly program your mind on a regular basis. As a result, this will reinforce the intention and make it stronger. To strengthen your intention:
- Use affirmations and suggestions. Words and phrases you repeat to yourself consistently. This is one way to program the subconscious mind
- Associate in the right environment. Focus and associate with the objects you desire. This will bring the environment you desire into your life
- Constantly move toward your goals and spend as much time as possible achieving them
These are excellent ways to maintain intention. Strive to make these a habit and master success.
Some Misconceptions About Success
There are many false beliefs about success. Here are a few misconceptions to help bring more clarity.
Only the lucky can become successful – This is nonsense. In fact, success can be achieved by anyone. We all have access to the same time and resources. The most important resource is your mind. Do not underestimate this fact.
You need high intelligence and special talent to become successful – Nonsense. In fact, high IQ can actually be a hindrance to success. Below is a list of important traits for success.
- Self awareness
- Clarity and focus
These traits are fundamental to success. In addition, they are simple to learn. Of course, becoming the best in some fields does require a special talent. For example, you will never become an elite athlete unless your body physiology precisely matches the sport.
There Are No Keys To Success – This is nonsense. All outcomes have specific causes and effects. Below are a few keys to success.
Right Thinking – First, your consistent thought patterns direct action. What you think about is what you become.
Momentary Awareness – To achieve mental clarity, you must live in the moment. Use the past to bring forward positive wisdom and use the future to plan positive vision (goals).
Concentration and Focus – Concentrate on success. If your idea of success is owning a business, then learn entrepreneurship. To increase your focus, you must increase your clarity. Spend daily clarifying your vision.
In conclusion, there are powerful principles to help you master success. For example, intention and detachment are fundamental to success. Right intention brings clarity and focus. To develop intent, you need a mental direction, a mental picture and a single focus on goal.
First, define a clear and precise objective. Then form the habit of thinking and acting in alignment with your objective. As a result, this habitual thinking on goal will program your subconscious to master success. After your intent strengthens, it is important to detach from your objective.
Only use an objective to define steps and set mental direction for accomplishment.