Celebrate your bucket list with something from another bucket!
A while back I got the opportunity to cross off another wish from my bucket list.
If you don't know what a bucket list is, the popular term also comes from the film of the same name.
Two terminally ill men, played by Jack Nicholson (r) and Morgan Freeman, make a list of things to do before they kick the bucket - pass away.
Their list included skydiving, climbing the Pyramids, and - related to my own list item - driving at speed on a track.
One of the items on my own list was to travel at 200 km an hour in a car of any type... either as a driver or passenger. For those of you in imperial measurements, that's 125mph.
It's not that fast... but it is illegal in my country except on a track.
And so the opportunity came up, and one weekend I was a passenger in a Porsche doing 215 km an hour on a racetrack. It didn't seem that fast, but what the heck - the record was broken for me. Scratched that one off the list!
But what I found amazing was that the desire for this wish was on a list I had made several years before.
And I hadn't looked at it for many months.
This is the fascinating part.
My subconscious brain kept working on it until it was accomplished.
It's another example of the power of making a wish list. It focuses your mind onto a goal... and does it subliminally in the background while you carry on with your own life!
And because it works in your subconscious, all you have to do is write down your goal or wish...review it a few times over the next few weeks... then forget about it.
Until it happens. Now let's put it into context.
For some unknown reason, it's harder to dream up a large sum of money... than a yacht, a mansion or some other tangible goal.
So that's what you should aim for... something physical you want - rather than a sum of money to buy it with.
Wishing for the jackpot is just not going to work as well, but having a giant mansion will concentrate your effort on any way to produce that house.
And that includes playing the lottery with my System more consistently and with more tickets - the best way to win.
So get going on your goal.
- Write it down using things or experiences as your goal.
- Review it often over the first few weeks.
- Then leave it to your wonderful mind to produce it.
My next goal? My aim is to now DRIVE at 200 mph (321 km an hour). Doesn't seem too hard.