Four Themes in the Aspiration Pillar:
2. Making Your Offering
3. Being Seen
4. Life Plan
Topics covered in this pillar:
- Developing the capacity to aspire without attachment: to pursue your goals and dreams without getting driven about it, and without getting too disappointed if you don’t attain all of them.
- Exploring the dreams you had for your life as a younger person, even as a child.
- Positive possibility thinking. Seeing opportunities, even amidst risks.
- Developing inner imagery, intuition, and creativity.
- Identifying the intersection of what you are talented at, what you love doing, and what you value.
- Finding the inner peace and freedom in offering your own contributions without getting too caught up in the reactions of others.
- How to deal with fears of being seen, being successful, or being criticized.
- Developing healthy self-discipline toward your goals. Feeling more confident in your capacity to do what it takes to accomplish things.
- Clarifying your life purpose and priorities. Creating a realistic vision for your life.
- Engaging life, including its challenges, on the basis of an increasingly unconditional internal sense of contentment.
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Dan Siegel Interview