Why You Should Write The Scenario Of Your Life

Have you ever thought that you could write the whole scenario of your life?  Most people haven’t.  The reason why people don’t even think about writing the scenario of their life is because they don’t believe that it would make any difference.  Well, think again!

Have you ever cried, screamed or laughed watching a movie?  Chances are that you have.  Now what in the world makes us have true emotions such as crying or laughing while watching or even reading something that is not real?  Well, the first reason why you cry or laugh watching a movie or reading a story is that “you believe it”.

Now, wait a minute!  You are telling me that when I watch a movie that’s not “real” or read a story totally made up I “believe it”?  Yes, you do -if you didn’t you wouldn’t cry or laugh, would you?  But to be more specific here, you believe it subconsciously.

Your Subconscious Mind Believe Everything

There is no doubt that consciously you know that a movie or a book story is not real. It’s all made up.  The people you are seeing moving about on the screen are all actors speaking from a script.  Those characters in the book don’t even have a face or voice but the ones you give them in your own imagination.  So, no doubt, consciously, you know it’s all fake.  However, this is why it’s so interesting.  The forces that win here is not you conscious, is it? No, what wins here is your subconscious.  Because your subconscious mind believes everything.

This is why while you have fun watching other people scenarios, you should write your own scenario.  The scenario of your life, the way you would like it to be.  In this article I am going to give you a few pointers to help you write the perfect scenario of your life, so you could bring about the kind of life that you want to live.  It’s also called visualization with emotions in action.

Writing the Scenario of your Life

Writing what you want in the present tense is always a good idea.  Writing is the physical form of thinking.  If you are thinking about things you would love to do, be or to have, just write them down.  When you write them down they become more concrete, clearer and most of all more real to you.

A word of caution, though; this is not the kind of writing you want to share with anyone, this is between your blank page and you.  If you’d share this with anyone chances are that they might not understand what you are trying to accomplish and they might discourage you in some way with negative remarks, and it would be such same to let someone else prevent you from building your dreams.  Remember, “YOU are the master of your sole and the captain of your life”, no one else is.

What if you don’t Have any Idea About What you Really Want?

If you are short of ideas and can’t really tell what you really want, not sure about what scenario you’d like to write, take a blank sheet of paper and draw two columns.  On the left column write “want” and on the right column write “don’t want”.  By creating such list, you can use a process of elimination.  There might be more items on the “don’t want” column, but that’s fine.  Analyze your don’t want one by one and think of what you would want instead.  Once you found it, put it on the “want” column.  Once you are satisfied with your column of “wants” you can start writing your perfect story, the scenario of your life as you want it to be.

But, before you get there, you might start creating a want list that could look like this…

  • Your perfect weight
  • Your perfect occupation
  • Your perfect partner
  • Your perfect house
  • Your perfect vacations
  • Your perfect mindset
  • Your perfect achievement
  • Your perfect goal
  • Your perfect day, etc…

Then make sure you write your scenario (story) using as much details as possible

  • Write as though it’s happening now. Always use the present tense
  • Describe everything in as much detail as possible
  • What are you saying? What others are saying?
  • Write about how you feel, what you are doing, etc…
  • Describe the weather, describe the scenery, describe the place…

Remember that detail is key, the more details your story is the better it will work.  Once you’re done, read your story every day for thirty days in a row and see your life start changing.

  • Read your story twice a day while visualizing everything
  • Add some pictures to it to help you visualize
  • Feel what you are seeing with all your mind and body
  • Watch your own movie everyday and be moved by it, just like when you watch a movie on the screen.

 

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What are you thoughts on the subject?  Please, express yourself below in the comment section!

 

8 Comments

  • Anthony Armani says:

    This is very interesting. I think that writing down the scenario of your life is a great way to develop another avenue of attracting what you want.

    In the past, I have jotted down lines here and there, but I have never thought about writing a whole story as I want to live it. Thanks for this great tip here!

  • Sylviane Nuccio ~ Life Coach says:

    I agree, Anthony. This give you another avenue to create more of what you want in your life. Writing the scenario of your life is being as exact, precis, specific and as details as possible about what you want. The more specific you are the better the universe responds.

  • Steve says:

    I love the idea of writing down the scenario of your life. You gave a good idea on writing down two sides for what you don’t want and do want too. I read something recently that you might find interesting about believing in a scenario for a movie. A stuydy on brain waves found that beliefs and facts are generated in the same area. So if you believe something, it functions just like a fact in your head. That can be quite powerful.

    • Sylviane Nuccio ~ Life Coach says:

      Hi Steve,

      Oh, yes, I do know this, this is why visualization and putting some faith in what we visualize is so important. Because our brains, our subconscious mind, react exactly the same way as if we were already “physically” living the thing.

      We should use this incredible feature of our brain to our advantage all the time!

      Thanks for your visit Steve and have a great one!

  • Janet Callaway says:

    Sylviane, aloha. What a terrific job you did exploring this very important topic. If people don’t know where they want to go, they will never get there. As we know, you cannot keep sending mixed messages to the universe and get what you want.

    Another challenge, of course, is that when people don’t know what it is they want, even should it come into their experience, they don’t recognize it.

    Sylviane, if you have not yet read it, I highly recommend Henriette Anne Klauser’s book “Write it Down, Make it Happen.” Everyone I have recommended this book to has been pleased with what they learned.

    Thanks so much for sharing your insights. Best wishes for a fabulous week ahead. Until next time, aloha. Janet

    • Sylviane Nuccio ~ Life Coach says:

      Hi Janet!

      Nice to see you here. Yes, I think that the biggest problem for most people is that we send mixed messages to the universe and that’s why so many of us are not getting the results we want.

      I have to admit that I have not read the book you mentioned, but thanks for this, I will get it. I always read self-development books – love them 🙂

  • Hajra says:

    Hey Sylviane,

    This is such an innovative idea! Writing my own life… that would take a lot of energy and courage maybe! I do keep writing a diary off and on; but the whole life… well, that’s a task. But yes, putting it on words would put a lot of things in perspective and help us resolve a lot of issues within ourselves. Also, we hold onto so many things in life and don’t confront them; but writing them might help us let go and re think of the anger, rage or hatred we had held on to for a long time.

    You are definitely awesome! 🙂 Thanks for this!

    • Sylviane Nuccio ~ Life Coach says:

      Hi Hajra,

      As a matter of fact, you would be surprise, when I say whole life, it doesn’t have to be a whole book of 100+ pages. I did mine in just a few pages, which is more effective, as a matter of fact, because you need to read it daily or as often as you can 🙂

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