When we aren’t getting our intentions or achieving our goals, we need to accept that there are limitations and excuses in the way. At times when we aren’t achieving our goals isn’t meant for us to veer off course and assume the method doesn’t work. What doesn’t work is moving into frustration, blame, disapproval or other negative emotions.

If we are stuck, it’s an indication that we have given up on our goal or are in some way wanting control (wanting to change or figure out), wanting approval or wanting safety. Blaming or avoiding achievement of your goal, is allowing your ego to move you away from a positive result. Please be honest with yourself and notice if there is a strong fear or resistance in achieving the goal. The fear or resistance is an illusion suggesting that perhaps we can’t or shouldn’t achieve the goal. All of these issues are obstacles blocking or preventing us from achieving our goals.

In truth, it’s not that we can’t have our goals, or that we shouldn’t achieve our goals, we are allowing our fear to decide for us. Anytime the fear is greater, it is simply because we are in AGFLAP (apathy, grief, fear, lust, anger or pride). If we are in AGFLAP, please be reminded that we are moving even further away from achieving our goal(s).

Doubt, worry, concern, fear, or coming from a position of lack, aren’t capable of helping us to achieve our goals. If we have a doubt about being successful or doubt that we can achieve our goals, guess what we are creating. We have to be willing to “show up” and have a really strong intention that we are going to achieve our goals – no matter what. By continuing to show up and by keep chipping away at the subconscious levels of fear and resistance, we are helping the hidden limitations become less embedded within our subconscious minds. When we give up on our goals, and settle in not having or not achieving the goal, we are conditioning ourselves to believe that settling or quitting is safer. We are also mistakenly deciding and also reinforcing that there is nothing we can do. Running away or avoiding achieving goals is allowing the fear to intimidate us.

Our feelings are based on our past decisions and can only leave if we give them permission to come up. Feelings remain in place, in relation to things we are holding onto, because we are avoiding taking responsibility for what we have created for ourselves. This is also showing us that we have blocks in the way; and, we won’t be able to achieve our goals. Our attachments and aversions are also showing us that we are ‘hanging onto the problem’ instead of releasing the underlying resistance and moving towards a peaceful resolution.

Larry Crane has asked, “Can you put a feeling in your pocket?” This is a good point. Is it possible to put a feeling anywhere? Can we pick up apathy or other emotion like a bag of groceries? Clearly we see that isn’t possible. In choosing to face our fears, resistance, and associated wanting, helps us to clear a path of achieving our goals. By resisting, we are only making things unnecessarily more difficult for ourselves. We are also denying achievement of our goals, which is silly.

Lester Levenson and Larry Crane suggest that we use our goals as a means of cornering our resistance, and remove our “I can’t! Or, I won’t!” thoughts of limitation. Some of these limitations are very deeply rooted within our subconscious minds and require a really strong dedication and commitment in knocking out the entire matter. In bringing goals to completion, in either having or not having the object or outcome that we would like to have, is allowing us to prove that there are no limitations except what we are holding in mind.

By continuing to knock out our perceived limitations, we are helping ourselves to have higher levels of energy, more positive outcomes, and a better and healthier self-esteem. Decide to achieve all of your goals! Decide you aren’t stopping until you get all of the goodness that is available to you. In doing so, you are uncovering more of your true self which is all loving, positive, and peaceful. Each time we achieve a goal we are also making it easier to accomplish achievement of other goals.

Author's Bio: 

Larry Crane has been teaching The Release® Technique to executives of Fortune 500 companies for years. He has personally trained businessmen, psychiatrists, psychologists, sports and entertainment celebrities, sales people, managers and housewives in the art of letting go of problems, emotions, stress and subconscious blocks that are holding people back from having total abundance and joy in their lives.

The Release Technique has been taught to over 100,000 graduates worldwide.

The Abundance Course IS the Release Technique, the original Release Technique Method as taught by Lester Levenson. http://www.releasetechnique.com