It’s really easy to aspire higher and achieve your desire if you know how to do it:
Define your objective – simply. Don’t overdo it. Just define it so you can get a clear picture of the outcome you aspire to achieve.
Place your mind on attaining the feeling state of the goal ALREADY being achieved – like you already did it yesterday. You can’t do that if you are thinking of obstacles that could stop you. If you ALREADY did it – there are no obstacles, only stepping stones.
Close your eyes and say, “Phew, that was a big one. I love the outcome.” Mean it. Say it until you reach the psychological state that says, “YES, now I must let go of trying and crying; my work is done.”
That’s it. If you truly succeed with each of the above steps, then the right and perfect circumstances will present themselves to you and the right and perfect action will naturally come to you. The goal itself has the plan & power to physically objectify. Don’t make more of it than need be.
Joshua did nothing more than blow seven times on his trumpet to tumble the walls of Jericho. That’s because he did the proper prep work ahead of time. He took the above steps until he felt the feeling of sweet victory; then he placed the trumpet to his lips.