6 Daily Magic PracticesMentorKraft
You carry in yourself the capacity to transform your life into an electrifying magic show. But few of us recognize the latent potential in us. Here’s the thing: We regularly run emotional patterns of doubt, fear and distrust in our minds. Over a time they ingrain as an integral part of our personality. And we rehearse these constantly until they submerge into our subconscious…To enter the magic, that only the advanced minds in history were able to access, I suggest 6 steps to be practiced daily.
1.Deliberately Set Project Intentions ( in Sanskrit “Sankalpas”)
I’ve never been so enthusiastic about setting intentions for the activities I do. Intentions are creative, I’ve discovered. Set the intention to produce a new product that users find to be pure genius and it’s remarkable how that focus becomes real.
Predict that your morning workout will be intense, excellent and thorough and your thinking will make it so. Mentally [and emotionally] commit to running your next team meeting full of inspiration, encouragement and humility and that Mind + Heart will cause the correct result.
2.Release Limited Magic versus ever present Mediocrity
The majority is caught up in the “relentless release of stuff.”
Most producers rush to deliver many materials rather than investing the time and painstaking care to handcraft a single masterpiece that stands the test of time. Versus many pieces of mediocrity [that never establish domain dominance].
3.Mine Emotion and Mistrust Reason
Digging deep and working on your Heart instead of only improving your Mindset is a supersmart move. You see, to enter the magic, you must be able to feel. Too many people on the planet have numbed out their emotions because they’ve been hurt. They’ve done this to protect their once wide-open hearts. And yet, this serves to sabotage their efforts to win.
During your morning routine, make the time to let go of old pain via prayer, meditation and journaling. Write about what’s good in your life so you rebuild a heart full of gratitude. As you do, you’ll shift from working for applause to creating with love. And you’ll leave the addiction of the reasoning mind telling you that because it’s never been done it’s simply not possible.
4.Recalibrate Your Ecosystem
Your environment influences your ability to unlock the door that is the entrance into the magic that life has in store for you. The creator and its creation really does want you to win, You just have to start doing the growth mindset required to get out of your own way.
Starting your day checking emails or peeking into your texts or watching the news, allowing your workspaces and life spaces, to be messy and sloppy, and being around toxic people are all concrete barriers to accessing the secret universe known to the great women and men of the world.
Reorder your ecosystem so space gets created for your inner magician to show up.
5.Head Into The Creative Retreat
The masterful artist’s life isn’t always in world.
Peak creativity occurs by relaxing into the two main seasons of high-productivity. I’ll go granular on my life-changing practices (dealt with in detail in my retreat program), yet for now I’ll simply say that if you’re serious about becoming a virtuoso, balance periods of being in the world with periods in the wilderness of isolation, contemplation, reflection and renewal. Such times are not a waste. Actually, it’s essential to the incubation of the next-level insights that will cause you to own your game and sustain your mastery over the coming decades
6.Pursue Extreme Helpfulness
The one who elevates most people wins.
I do believe in karma. I’ve seen that life has an enormously fair accounting system. Good things happen to people who do good things. The billionaires and industry titans have one trait in common: they are radically generous, because they understand that generosity breeds prosperity. And helping as many people isn’t just a gift for those people.
It’s a reward for yourself.
I truly hope the 6 practices pushes you to make some new moves today. And elevates the standards that you play by. Take your pick and practice.
Love & Respect,Sesh