How To Create Your Perfect Life – Part One

Creating the Life of Your DreamI know most of us have not been taught this by our parents, tutors or teachers, but we were meant to live the life of our dreams.

Yes, you and I were born to live a fulfilling life that brings us joy, happiness, contentment, and a true sense of fulfillment.

And you know that if this is true, it means that we were NOT born to go to a job we hate from 9-5 Monday through Friday, trying to make up for time lost on weekends.

Yet, this is what most of us are doing.  So what went wrong?

If we were born to live the life of our dream why don’t we? And most of all what could we possibly do in order to get there?

Just Imagine for a Moment…

You’re just waking up, not with that ugly alarm clock, but when your body is done sleeping.  As you’re awakening you feel a wave of well-being and contentment rushing through your body.  You slowly get up and start preparing your favorite breakfast.

There is no rush what-so-ever.  You sit down enjoying your breakfast and star thinking about your day ahead.

As you’re finishing you’re favorite cup of coffee, you’re getting ready for the day where you will be doing what you love most. You won’t look at your clock wishing your life away.  You are passionate with what you do, and will enjoy a perfect day.

Actually, the word WORK will not really come to mind, because we rarely associate work with something we’re looking forward to.  When you love what you do, the feeling is totally different.

Do you think that’s such perfect life is simply impossible?

Well, some people already live this type of life. Why not you?

OK, you’re thinking this is all sounding very good, but how in the world can I get there?

Well, it’s got to start with a dream

But…

Some People don’t have a Dream

The first step you need to take is to become aware of your dreams.  Well, isn’t that obvious?

Well, no, it’s not.  Some people live their whole life without ever getting close to their dream in thought, let alone trying to reach them.

Some people grow up so far removed from the “concept” of living a fulfilling life where you can actually take control, that they are not even aware that it’s possible or attainable.  They don’t ever ask themselves the question.

Of course, this type of people is the one that’s less likely able to ever achieve the type of life we’re talking about here.  My hope is that you’re not one of them.

Once you’ve at least started to “become aware” that you have dreams (yes, it’s allowed) that you would love to accomplish in life, you can move on to the next step of defining what that dream is exactly.

But here the problem, some people do not exactly know what they want in life. The very reason for this is that it’s a subconscious issue. Let me explain.

You might be thinking that everyone is able to have a dream right? Wrong. Not everyone is easily able to have a dream.  If you’d asked the question to some people you’d be surprise to learn that they don’t have dreams.

This is because there is no such place that exist in their subconscious programming. Therefore, they don’t have a dream.

They kind of live their life robotically, never asking themselves “if” things could be different.  They take life as it comes. They are never in the driver’s seat, because they DON”T KNOW there is one.  Just think for a minute. I know you know some people just like that.

I’m not explaining this to denounce people who are not able dream, but for you to see that this type of problem which is at the very root of not being able to live the life you want does exist, and it’s widely spread.

If you need help in order to know how you’re sabotaging yourself, you may want to consider consulting a coach or search for some type of help.

Some People Let their Dream Die

Then you have people that did discover that they have a dream and took it seriously enough to research ways to make their dream come true.

They may have found some answers and help to try to make their dream come true.  However, things are not running smoothly and they feel like a failure. After a while, they lose that adrenaline and they stop.

Then, they say to themselves, I’ve tried and it didn’t work. Maybe it just wasn’t meant to be.

Sounds familiar? I know it does for a lot of people.

Why Goals don’t Always Work

The least you understand about the conscious and subconscious minds the more gap there will be between you and your goals. I can GUARANTEE you that!

Let’s take goal setting, for example.  Goal setting is a totally “conscious decision.” So much so, that the subconscious mind is not even able to “set goals,” that’s just not what the subconscious part of our mind is for.

So, when you set a goal that doesn’t match your subconscious beliefs/programming, it will be basically impossible for you to reach to that goal.  Because I tell you, if you subconscious belief is totally opposite to what you want consciously, it just won’t happen.

A simple example is that a goal requires motivation, also called will power.  Will power is a conscious act.  If such motivation (will power) is not on your “hard-drive” so to speak (your subconscious), it will be short lived. So after just a few hurdles and stumbling blocks your motivation will go down the drain.

Setting goals and trying to keep them requires a lot of will power.  Unfortunately, will power is not something you can fully count on, because will power is solely based on your “conscious mind, which is the weakest link in this case.

Do Not Ever Underestimate your Subconscious Mind

Let me repeat that one more time. Do not ever underestimate your subconscious mind, because what your subconscious is it’s what you gets.

I have a friend which has also become a regular client of mine, because he has a collection of sorry results that he now knows were 100% guided by his subconscious beliefs.

It didn’t matter how fortunate he was, how much money he had access to, and how many nice French girls wanted to spend the rest of their life with him.

Imagine that! At one point in his life all of that was available to him, but he just constantly made the wrong crapy choice every time!  It never failed.

I jokingly call him my prototype bad subconscious programming map.

We laugh out loud together about that.  Every time he’s about to tell me a new story/experience that I don’t know yet, I already know what the outcome of that one will be. You guessed it! The wrong one, of course.

The tricky part with the subconscious mind is that it doesn’t follow logic, it simply follows its programming.  Now if you think that your subconscious mind has been programmed according to logic, think again…

  • You’ve been taught that it’s OK to work a job you don’t like your whole life
  • You’ve been taught that money is hard to come by and evil
  • You’ve been taught that you can’t always have what you want
  • You’ve been taught to have all kind of fears more one more frightening than the other…

Shall I go on?

It’s no mystery why our subconscious is more often than not our enemy rather than the ally that it should be.  This is the very root of the problem why we don’t live the life we were meant to be.

The good news, however, is that you can change that.

You can reprogram that subconscious mind of yours and discover things that you’ve never seen, heard or noticed before.

You can learn how to discover your dreams, and how to set LASTING goals to reach those dreams.  But most of all you can learn to make sure that you WILL get there.

How?

Well, nothing will EVER replace a good one on one coaching session, but if you’re not ready for this yet, in an upcoming post we are going to discuss this further.

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40 Comments

  • Harleena SinghTwitter: harleenas says:

    Hi Sylviane,

    Ah…who wouldn’t dream of leading a perfect life…I think everyone eventually wants just that 🙂

    But you are right – how many of us really are able to lead such a life, or how many of us really wish and will to have such a perfect life. I think only when we aim for such a life will we have a goal to achieve it, though as you mentioned, you need to have the will power to move ahead with it, or else it doesn’t work.

    I think we can achieve what we want if we are able to reprogram our subconscious mind. I liked your talk about your friend’s wrong choices 🙂

    Thanks for sharing. Have a nice week ahead 🙂
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    • Sylviane Nuccio says:

      Hi Harleena,

      Actually so very few people are living the life of their dream, it’s kind of sad. “My” goal present and future is to help people realize that they can achieve what they want by changing their programming.

      Thanks for coming. I know you’re very busy and appreciate it.
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  • Donna MerrillTwitter: donna_tribe says:

    Hi Sylviane,

    The first part of the post sounds like me. I wake, not with an alarm clock, but when my body wants to. Sometimes early, but most times later. I like to be in harmony with my body.

    When I think back many many years ago when I had my job, It always occurred to me that I had to wake and rush into my day, and my body wanted to slowly ease into it. Then there was that “rat race” of trains in the city, and getting to work on time. Eating when they told me to eat…I wasn’t hungry yet. All this went against my natural flow of my body.

    That’s what started me early in my 20’s to be an Entrepreneur. My body told me so!

    Yes, I was “trained” all my life to go to school, be a good girl, get a job, climb up the ladder. Phewey!

    The subconscious mind played such a role in this transformation years ago with me. Everyone around me – family and friends – reinforced my subconscious that I was crazy to go out on my own and start my own business. I must admit it was a long hard struggle, especially at that early age.

    But somehow, without being aware of the subconscious issues, I listened to my heart. Yes I was called a rebel and people started to stray from my life. But the good thing was the more people I’ve lost, the more I’ve gained in this journey.

    Now, when I want to make any changes in my life, I’ve learned that I need to go to a coach to do so. It takes too much time and trial and error to make those changes. With the help of a coach it saves me so much time.

    Looking forward to your nest post!

    -Donna
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    • Sylviane Nuccio says:

      Hi Donna,

      When I was writing this post I was thinking of the few people I know who are living this type of life, and you’re one of them.

      In my case, I was living it all throughout my twenties and things changed in a bad way. I had to go to the source to understand why my life went that way. So now I am on the climb again to grab my well deserved freedom.

      Thank you for sharing your story, Donna.
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  • LIsaTwitter: Lisapatb says:

    Sylviane, interesting about your friend, why do you think did he made the wrong choices? I always wonder about that. It appears that some appear unlucky with life and others breeze right through living their dreams. I think many have a dream but not a plan on how to achieve it. It’s something they just ponder when they want to “run away” from their daily lives. Looking forward to your follow-up on this one!
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    • Sylviane Nuccio says:

      Hi Lisa,

      Frankly, there no such things as luck. Luck is the word people use when they can’t explain it.

      My friends has had a lot of bad programming which is getting rid of little by little. To me he’s the perfect example of what a self sabotage subconscious programming can do. And it has nothing to do with luck. As a matter of fact, he had bunches of great opportunities all the time throughout life, but he managed to mess them all up 🙂

      Thanks for coming and reading this post.
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  • AdrienneTwitter: adriennesmith40 says:

    Hey Sylviane,

    When I was much younger I did have a dream of what I wanted my life to be. My life was going along perfectly until one day it was all yanked away and totally out of my control. I don’t think that had anything to do with any underlying subconscious thoughts of mine because that life was what was programmed into my mine at that time. We’ve talked briefly about this particular situation in our mastermind session before.

    It happened a second time so I stopped dreaming. I just lived my life the way I thought it was suppose to be until of course one day I saw The Secret and realized that I could do and be more then what I was. That really is when all the change started happening for me.

    If people were to see my life, visit my home, see the car I drive or my wardrobe I think in their minds they would probably think I don’t have much. The funny thing with me is that I don’t want much, I never have. That’s not what makes me happy. My family, friends, my dog and my relationships are what matters to me the most and nothing else.

    I do live the perfect life but it’s only because I believed this was where I was suppose to be after years of never thinking this was even possible. You darn right it does work. 🙂

    ~Adrienne
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    • Sylviane Nuccio says:

      HI Adirenne,

      I so understand what you’re saying.

      That was my life in my twenties. I was doing what I love the most and didn’t have to worry about much. But it all changed at one point.

      However, in my case I do know that it was my subconscious programming just catching on with me, because I know that there was lot of mess there.

      There’s also the fact that at times things happen for a reason. If I had not gone through the things I went through I would not ever be able to help others. That would just not be possible. So whatever I went through happened for a reason. I’m sure of that.

      I’m sure that what happened to you was for a reason too, Adrienne 🙂

      Thanks you for sharing your experience here.

  • Dana says:

    Hi Sylviane,

    A while back I had asked myself if there was anything I could ever do/ achieve or experience, however, the answer always eluded me. I really had no clue what I wanted because I only saw what was ever right in front of me.
    I was like your client/ friend. And then one day I thought “wow, it seems that no matter what happens good or bad, I always complain. Interesting.”
    So yes, it’s true that it doesn’t matter what the external reveals if the internal experiences the same reality regardless.

    Back then, I didn’t know that all possibilities existed, and I didn’t understand that we only see and experience that which we repeatedly focus on.
    And what we repeatedly focus on is whatever we were programmed to focus on – as the cycle repeats until we wake up.
    And that waking up process has many many layers…as this programming runs very deep.
    I really think the shift begins in the act of ‘unknowing’ if this makes any sense. It did for me anyway.

    Awesome post. Love it!

    • Sylviane Nuccio says:

      Hi Dana,

      You’re a person of great insight. But I’m sure you know that already. You are so getting it.

      You see the Universe could be compared to a painters’ palette with all the colors that exist. But let’s say that we are color blind and we can’t see any color that has blue and green in them. We can only see yellows, reds, browns and blacks. So our focus will automatically concentrate on the colors that we can see, and ignore the ones we can’t.

      As we start painting our picture, we are going to use the colors we can see and identify, but at the end of the day, our painting won’t have any blue or green colors in it. It’s not that blue and green weren’t on the palette, we know they were, but we didn’t used them because we couldn’t SEE them.

      This is exactly how everything work and how we are able to attract (or NOT) something. Our painting (our life) is full of what we can see and focus on, and it doesn’t have what we don’t see and, therefore don’t focus on.

      I hope it makes sense 🙂

      Thanks so much for your excellent feedback.
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  • Dare says:

    Thanks Sylviane for the motivational and inspiring post.

    I seldom use to think if ever one can get a perfect life. Of a truth, humans plan, prays e.t.c, however, some circumstances beyond their own control may affect the laid down plans.

    As an African ( Nigerian) where some basic infrastructure and amenities are not readily available to help your dream into reality, it has now become mandatory to resort to prayer and serious toiling to see your vision come to fruition.

    Thanks for sharing this tips, its an important post, and will definitely bookmark it.

    • Sylviane Nuccio says:

      Hi Dare and thank you so much for coming by.

      Since you are from Nigeria, I couldn’t help thinking about Oni. Do you know him? He’s a wonderful and successful freelance writer from Nigeria.

      So, even in places of the world where life might not always be easy, granted, it’s still possible to live your dreams. I’m sure of that.

      Hope you come back for part two of this series.

      Thank you for your input.
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  • Corina RamosTwitter: notnowmomsbusy says:

    Hello Sylviane!

    When I was younger I didn’t have any dreams other than having a job and making money. I had the typical teenage dream…to live in New York and have a job in fashion or the music industry.

    Perhaps I could have had I had the right mindset and worked at it but I didn’t. I thought, “it wasn’t meant to be”. Another reason? I grew up believing those very reasons you shared in your post. I think it’s was just handed down through the generations though.

    My parents always told us we had to work hard, that even if we didn’t like our job, it was work and you keep it because jobs are hard to come by and my favorite, you can’t always get what you want. I don’t blame them because.their parents taught them that first.

    I took me a long time to get out of that mindset but just in time to encourage my kids to go after their dreams. My son’s perfect life would be to become a musician and he has my total support. I don’t want him living to L.A. eating once a day and living out of his car. If he decides to move there he’ll be equipped with what he’ll need to make that dream come true.

    I also believe there’s a plan for us and it may not be what we have for ourselves. We just have to listen to that still, small voice that guides us.

    Great post Sylviane. Very thought-provoking post! Have a great day!
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    • Sylviane Nuccio says:

      Hi Corina,

      I so understand what you mean. Yes, the truth is that we can’t even blame our parents for being who they are or were, because their parents were even worse. When I say worse, of course I mean in the sense that they didn’t know anything about the laws of the universe and lived their life based on what they knew. Yet, they were better than their parents.

      I firmly believe that generations progress as time goes on. Just the same as our grandparents didn’t invented the cell phone or the flat screen TV, they were not ready for personal development matters either. It’s a mankind progression and we are so fortunate to be part of a generation that is part of this knowledge. I have no children (no human ones anyway), but if I did, I would do just like you do with your kids.

      Thank you so much for your input.
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      • Corina RamosTwitter: notnowmomsbusy says:

        I totally agree with you that parents evolve and go better than the generations before. I know what you mean by worse…my grandmother was very strict with my mom and my mom, although a little more modern, still raised us with her beliefs.

        For example, talking to us about s.e.x. To my mom, that was taboo and we dared not bring it up. Me, I want to educate my daughters so they don’t repeat the mistakes I made or what I thought was the true meaning of s.e.x. :). So yes, we do progress like technology and medicine so is parenting a lot different.

        I have four four-legged babies myself 🙂

        Thanks for sharing this with us. I can’t wait for part 2! Hope you had a great Sunday! Have a great new week Sylviane!
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        • Sylviane Nuccio says:

          I Corina,

          I love, love your example, because it really brings out what I was saying. And what you’re saying is SO similar to my story with my grandmother and mother. For my grandmother SEX didn’t even existed it seems 🙂 for my mother it was still pretty much something only boys have the right to do and enjoy. I know that for the most part it was totally subconscious for my mother, but that’s what she passed onto me. Oh boy, did that messed with my head… to this day, girl 🙂

          Of course, if I had had children, I would talk about sex with my kids freely, but most of all I would not talk about sex as it’s a male thing, which is the mistake my mother made. I don’t blame her though, because considering where she came from she did a great job with her kids, and some things can only be totally healed by the process of generations it seems.

          We are growing mentally and spiritually as time goes one. So thankful for this.

          Sorry for this late reply, Corina
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  • Hiten says:

    Hi Sylviane,

    Excellent post, indeed!

    Indeed, you are so right about how if the sub-conscious mind has not shifted, then positive change will be difficult.

    I love to access the sub-conscious mind through meditation, as it enables me to understand what is going on inside me at the root level in an objective way, and notice exactly how emotional problems are arising.

    Thank you.

    • Sylviane Nuccio says:

      Hi Hiten,

      Yes, it’s a very important thing to do – making sure we know what’s going on in that subconscious mind of ours, since basically everthing comes from there.

      Thank you for sharing your knowledge with us. By the way, do you have a post where you talk about this mediation type?

      Thanks for coming. Really appreciated it.
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  • Kumar GaurawTwitter: kgauraw says:

    Hi Sylviane,
    Unlike most, I always had a dream of being stinking rich having my own private jets, security guards and several palace like houses around the world 🙂

    My mother always thought I was always speaking nonsense and whatever I said didn’t make sense and she was right from her perspective of being practical. But I was a kid, right? I cared less. My games would also be around me being a king and my other friends serving in my army and things like that 🙂 It was a lot of fun!

    But later on, I realized I was using the power of spoken words. I was programming my subconscious for success unknowingly. I haven’t become that rich yet and I am neither that famous but from where I come to where I am going, those childhood days, I believe, have made a tremendous impact.

    Goals don’t work, unless we do. And you are right, the subconscious mind has a tremendous power and we need to harness it. We can start that programing by just speaking right to begin with and then take it from there, right?

    Thank you for this remarkable post! Have a wonderful, successful week!

    Regards,
    Kumar
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    • Sylviane Nuccio says:

      That’s fantastic Kumar. I like that!

      We live in a society where anyone wanting more is seen as a materialist or selfish person, but that’s just BS. I’ve always had big dreams and I’m not materialist or selfish in the bad sense of those terms. But I did learn that in order to “have” you have to BE, FEEL and ASK for what you want, or you won’t.

      I am basing this series on some new things that I’m learning myself, so it should be a great one. I don’t even know yet how many posts there will be, but they won’t be one after the other. I’ll spread them apart like little pinches of seasoning in that big dish which is my whole blog 🙂

      Thanks for telling us your wonderful experience.
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  • Barbara CharlesTwitter: BarbaraCharles says:

    Ahhhh Sylviane. What a beautiful picture you paint. Of course, everyone wants to have that life and follow their dreams. You paint an amazing picture of what it could be like.

    I know I have grown over the years. Didn’t really have any dreams until after college. Just wasn’t aware that it could be better than what I was living. It’s important for people to be aware that they can live that life.

    This is a great post Sylviane. Look forward to your series.

    Barbara

    • Sylviane Nuccio says:

      Hi Barbara,

      I’m glad you like that picture. I know, who wouldn’t, right? I think most people don’t even think that they are better possibilities and options out there. Even me who always was a big dreamer, I still didn’t think I could actually HAVE what I wanted. We are fed some much BS 🙂 how could we?

      I’ve decided to turn up the volume on my own present situation and I’m in a middle of a learning process that I will be sharing. That’s what my series will be about. I hope it can help some interested people.

      Since I’m paying for what I’m learning right now, I’ll still keep the top notch nuggets for my coaching program, but I guess you’ll still be able to get a lot from my posts.

      Thanks for coming, Barbara 🙂
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  • Susan Neal says:

    Hi Sylviane – thanks for a very interesting post. You’re so right about the power of our sub-conscious minds – the trick, I guess, is knowing how to harness that power for good, rather than for ill.

    Like Hiten, I find meditation is a very powerful way to get in touch with my sub-conscious and increase my self-awareness.

    As far as “dreams” go, I think the challenge is to “find” the dream that’s really going to lead to your fulfilment – we often think we know what’s going to make us happy, but then it turns out not to be so. We can grasp after things that end up making us miserable – I’ve spent decades doing just that!

    It’s taken me years to realise that one of my dreams is to be a writer – that dream was suppressed for years beneath layers and layers of fears and ill-conceived ideas about myself, my identity and my creative abilities. Finding the right dream – I think that’s the hardest part.

    • Sylviane Nuccio says:

      Hi Sue,

      Well, you’re actually asked the question and gave the answer here that I was going to discuss as a reply to your input.

      What makes people not knowing what they want or what’s going to make them happy it’s because they have not cleared their mind and soul enough. It’s still full of baggage and it prevents their dreams to show. It’s like you have a beautiful piece of collection up your attic, but it’s full of filth and dirt so you can’t really see what the item really looks like until you clean it out.

      A lot of our desires and dreams are just like this piece of collection. We need to clean the clutter first and then we can see our dreams come out. I guess that’s what you did.

      That’s when meditation, hypnosis and other personal development tools can help us.

      Thank you for your excellent input, and I appreciate your visit. Sorry for this late repy 🙂
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  • Shannon says:

    I absolutely believe we were meant to live the life of our dreams. And I feel incredibly blessed to overall say that I am. I have been married for 23 years to my fabulous husband, we have two beautiful daughters and I love what I do professionally. I’ve worked as a financial advisor for 21 years but two years ago I brought to life another passion of mine – financial literacy for kids. It’s a busy, busy life but it’s rewarding and I wouldn’t want a different life. How you describe waking up is me most mornings. And when I start to feel that disconnect and lack of enthusiasm then I know I either need to take a break or see what’s not working.

    • Sylviane Nuccio says:

      Hi Shannon and welcome here.

      Sorry for this late reply, but I’ve been a bit caught up with things.

      You certainly look like you’re living the life of your dream and it so nice of you to have given your own example to show the readers of this post who are not yet living it, that it’s possible.

      Thanks for your input.
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  • Tanya says:

    I definitely believe we can live the life we dream but I know that I personally block my dreams sometimes. I doubt whether it can really happen or if I’m worthy or if it will truly make me happy. I am my own worst self-saboteur. I do agree that our sub-conscious is so powerful and even though we say all the right words, if our sub-conscious isn’t in alignment than it’s hard to make our words a reality. I found you through Corina’s I’m Every Woman Weekly and I’m so glad I did. Looking forward to exploring your site further!

    • Sylviane Nuccio says:

      Hi Tanya,

      I’m so glad you met me through Corina. How nice of her to have featured me on her woman weekly issue.

      It looks like you need to put that subconscious of yours in alignment with your consciousness. There are tools such meditation, self hypnosis, being coached, tapping and more that can help you in this regard. Also if you want to browse this blog I have written many tips over the years on that subject matter.

      If you have any questions, please let me know.

      Thanks for coming.
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  • Arelis Cintron says:

    This post is RIGHT on. We really need to reprogram ourselves to see things in life differently. We do not have to settle. We can have our dreams come true and we have to be focused on our thoughts! Like they say thoughts are things!

    Thanks Sylviane!

    • Sylviane Nuccio says:

      Hi Arelis,

      Yes, totally, things ARE things and that’s why so many people get stuck. They want one thing, but their deep down thoughts are totally different from what they want.

      That’s why it’s so important to make sure that our subconscious mind is in alignment with our conscious mind, so we can finally attract what we truly want.

      Sorry for this late reply and thank you for coming.
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  • William ButlerTwitter: wiarbu says:

    Hi Sylviane,

    Thank you for a tremendous post. I think that many people are held back from achieving their dreams and a life of happiness exactly because of subconscious
    statements they have come to accept about them as true, which, in fact, are not.

    People also have a lot more personal power than they give themselves credit for.

    I think the important thing to realize… for people who feel they’ve been held back, or can never seem to get beyond their circumstances… is that it is never too late to dream, to do, and to become.

    I dreamed as a boy, in fact, I vowed that when I got older, got married and had children, they would never be treated the way I was; the cycle of violence would end. I made that dream come true and kept that promise to myself. I count this amongst my top successes.

    Having suffered a great deal has had a lot to do with who I am today. I do not want to see anyone suffer.

    Have a great week ahead!
    Bill
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    • Sylviane Nuccio says:

      Hi Bill,

      You bet, what an achievement, when we know how many parents have fallen in the vicious circle of reproducing what they themselves have experienced as children from their parents.

      In a comment I left on one of your latest post I was telling you how my mother had a pretty miserable childhood even though she wasn’t mistreated, but she lacked a lot of things.

      So, as a mother of two, she made sure my brother and I NEVER missed anything, and she made sure that she’d do just about complete opposite of what her parents did. And she surely succeeded! I feel so blessed for having had such a smart mother, and I see how smart you were in raising your children the way you did.

      Thanks for bring this up. We have a choice and we can change things. Those who blame others for their failures are just either very weak or liars, but we have no excuse to be either one.
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  • Donna says:

    Well, I think I’ve always been a dreamer. 🙂 And for the most part what I’ve dreamed for myself has come to fruition. But although I’m a dreamer, I work hard at everything I do to make my dreams come true. My Mom always taught me that anything worth having was worth working hard for. 🙂 I love this post!

  • Sue PriceTwitter: suejprice says:

    Hi Sylviane

    I love this post. I think kids dream but often those dreams stop way to young. I always dreamed of big things when I was younger. Then in my first businesses I had huge dreams and goals. Many were achieved and then we had a couple of set backs along the way. The last one was the worst and I started to downsize my dreams. I still can pick myself up doing that.

    I still set an alarm most days because I want to go to certain yoga an gym classes. that is okay though it is my choice.

    I think many people do not think they can have better lives. I see it all the time.

    Excellent post.

    Sue
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    • Sylviane Nuccio says:

      Hi Sue,

      Yes, that’s true, so many people don’t think they can have a better life. That is just such a COMMON way of thinking all over the world. We are just so fortunate to belong to that like 1% that knows they can.

      Sure, setting your alarm clock to go to a yoga class is not the same thing as setting the alarm clock to go to a job you hate. Big difference.

      Thank you for coming, Sue 🙂
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  • Sebastian says:

    I’ve always had so much difficulty believing people when they say they have no dreams. I mean, this is all I think about. I live and die for my dreams.

    One of my favorite questions to ask people is what’s something they’re really passionate about. What is something they would do if they knew they couldn’t fail. Stuff like that.

    A lof of people don’t have an answer. Of those who do, few have one that seems genuine, well thought and meaningful.

  • Alexis Marlons says:

    Hi Sylviane,

    I believe that having a perfect life depends on a matter of thinking you have. I you are always thankful for every gift or blessing you receive, then your life will be close to perfection.

  • Disha Sharma says:

    Absolutely right, I’m totally agree with you Some People don’t have a Dream. They living their life without Dream! Well it’s nice lesson to learn about live a Perfect Life 🙂

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