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Knowing where to go! No goals needed

Discussion in 'General Mindset, Motivation, Beliefs' started by Dylan Hobrecht, Jul 27, 2018.

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    I have a new passion of making a garden. It’s my job to make the yard pretty. So I think I might embrace it! It’ll be good to me to be creative, and use my energy for a good cause. If I make it in the next six months my grandma may be able to see the finished project.

    I’ve been studying zen, and there aren’t too many words set in stone, and since I’m studying this certain teacher I don’t think it’s too rigid. Basically I’ve been kind of stumped about goals.

    Where all this ties in is that I noticed whenever you go throughout a proccess you just don’t need goals, and that would align with the books I’ve been reading. Atleast that’s what I’m led to believe

    I was following this idea of making a garden, and what I needed to do next was just what my brain provided to me. It’s really just the focus you put on your project; it grows! Sure you might need to pivot but that’s all apart of the procces!

    So I’m thinking I wouldn’t need all these drawn out goals. I could just go with what I’m doing. There is soo much freedom in that. The guy I’m studying is called Osho- definitely recommend checking him out!

    Right now I’m really stuck in the middle. I’m in the middle of making goals which I never follow anyways. I’ve been juggling goals for a long time! And have just been trying to find the perfect proccess

    I learned Peter Druckers proccess of analyzing your decisions...it’s called feedback analysis. So I think I will give up the goals for a while and use this proccess. Knowledge is very useful. I’ve heard of transcending it, and no clue what that mean-please fill me in.

    Anyway, I really don’t think you need goals. Just your awareness and maybe understanding if that could be relatable to this.


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