Are you frustrated with your life?  Are you tired of being unsatisfied, of struggling to make ends meet,  the pain of a failed relationship, or ill-health?  Why does it seem others live in abundance, but abundance fails to describe any area of your life?  Have you given up on the vision you once had for your life?

What would you give to have your life instantly changed and to know you were on the path that would inevitably lead to all your hopes and dreams coming true?

What if you had to give almost nothing except a few minutes of your time each day?

Would you do it?

Here is the secret:  Take a few minutes to reflect back on the dreams and desires you have given up on.  Or think of new dreams, if you prefer.  Clearly visualize the life of your dreams.  Do NOT worry about the vision “being realistic.”  Don’t let your past failures or limitations derail this image.  Just take as long as it takes for you to visualize your “Perfect Life” — whatever that means to you.

Will You Follow The Road Sign?

Will You Follow The Road Sign?

Do you have that visualized?  Or are you just continuing to read?  What if the secret really is contained here?  Are you so confident it is not, that you won’t take five minutes and think of your “Perfect Life”?

Good.  Now make it sharper, clearer, more real.  How would it look?  How would you feel?  What smells would be in your Perfect Life?

Once you have your “Perfect Life” firmly fixed in your mind, spend one or two more minutes to think of the person who you would be if you were living that life.  How would you feel?  How would you treat others?  How would you carry yourself?  What kind of car would you drive?  How would you dress?  Where would you live?  How would you feel?

Let these emotions flow through you.  If your posture tries to correct itself, allow it to do so.  Take a couple of deep breaths.

Now intensify the feelings and emotions flowing through you.

Now, look at that amplified vision.  How do you think of yourself?  As you look at that “Highest Version of You” — the version of you if you were already living the Life of Your Dreams — ask yourself what would happen if you lived that thought every day from now on?  What would  you think?  What would you speak?  What would you say?  How would you behave?  What actions would you take?  How would you treat the people in your life?

Is there a difference between the Highest Version of You and how you think, speak and behave now?

If your answer is yes; see and remember the differences . . . and consciously begin to change.  Do this exercise once or twice a day and think, speak, and act like your Highest Self whenever you think of it during the day.


Live Your Vision! What if it is this easy?

If you do not give up, you will see changes that will boggle your mind in less than 30 days.  One month from today, keep doing this, and add an additional daily session.  Focus on hourly checking in with yourself and determining if you are living as your hightest self.  Don’t get frustrated if you failed in the past hour.  Just get back on the wagon.

Ninety days from now your friends and family will all  be amazed and will notice and comment upon the distinct change in just about every part of your life.  Continue making this a priority, examining your thoughts and actions minute-by-minute.  It should be almost second nature to you now.  Think of how good that will make you feel.  Think of how much you will be respected and admired.  Visualize how much good you can do for your family, your community, your religion, and your favorite charity.  Or, perhaps, you will have already taken steps to create your own charity.

Well before a full calendar year from now, you will barely recognize the person you have become.

It is impossible to follow this formula and not have achieved your dream life within five years.

Do it.  Live your dreams.  Accept the Life of Abundance that you have been promised.  It is your birthright.

To your grandest vision,

Scotty b.


About Scotty b.

J. Scot Blackburn is a California attorney. His friends call him 'Scotty b.' Scot graduated from Pepperdine Law School after earning business degree from Pacific Union College in the Napa Valley. Scot runs his own law practice, The Blackburn Law Firm at www.HelpWithMyCase.com. Scotty's interests including reading, football, interpersonal communications, cooking, military history, travelling, golf, and telling near-senseless jokes that only he finds amusing. Scotty's hero is his Grandad, C.C. Blackburn. His favorite movies are The Scarlet Pimpernel, A Few Good Men and The Matrix. His favorite athletes are Roger Staubach, Magic Johnson and Michael "Playmaker" Irvin. Scot's favorite musician is Sebastian Bach (not the German Baroque period composer who shares Scot's initials; but the former Skid Row front man). Scotty created a Board Games Magazine Top 100 Game ("Brain Chain") along with teacher Kris Harter, attorney Alicia Vaz, and graphic designer Roy Ice.

Posted on March 19, 2015, in Daily Action, Faith, Meaning of Life and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 11 Comments.

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