Each and every one of us would love to create and control our destiny. We all would like to convert our desires and dreams into reality.
Most self-help programs exhort us to look at the future positively, visualize through vision boards or similar devices, to liberate ourselves from negative beliefs in order to create a brighter future. If this were that easy, none of us would be afflicted with negativity. The entire world would be glowing positively.
Our past conditioning as well as present reality imprison our future. It is easy to preach positive visualization, but very hard to practice. To liberate our future vision from negative beliefs of the past and present constraints, we need to integrate the past and present into the future with an awareness of our true potential. At Coacharya we call this the mindless state.
The Here & Now can become an escape route for many. True mindlessness integrates past, present and future in a disengaged state, where we remain witnesses while in action. Mindlessness leads to action without obsession. Mindlessness focuses on the process and not outcome. Process guarantees outcome.
Coacharya’s Create Your Future Workshop
Coacharya’s proprietary Create Your Future program helps create one’s future through a mindless process of establishing a value-based long term vision first, and then leading to a near term action plan.
Create Your Future is a two day group workshop, followed by one-on-one coaching over the following six months. The high-level steps of the program are:
- Clearing past baggage (negative beliefs, insecurities, barriers that stop participants achieving what they want to achieve)
- Finding a joyful purpose that gives participants fulfilment
- Move to long term vision (20+ years in the future)
- Move backwards to create short term intent and action plan
- Creative visualization that would enable participants to embed the process in their unconscious mind and move forward
Who should attend?
Create Your Future targets goal-driven executives and professionals, not spiritual seekers working towards elusive enlightenment.
The Confused Generation
Are you dissatisfied with where you are now, in work and life? Are you unclear about what would make you satisfied? You're likely a part of the Confused Generation.