Summer Break Mindful Moment: Success as a Living Reality

Published July 12, 2016 by Mayrbear's Lair


Success as a Living Reality

As a world renowned healing practitioner, Dr. Deepak Chopra (2015) advises that when we feel that stuck-in-a-rut feeling, it may be helpful to re-frame our perspective with regards to the idea of success means. He suggests that may be one way to help us achieve our desired outcomes more easily. This strategy allows us to look at what success means in an entirely new way. In other words, instead of perceiving success as an outer goal to reach for, we can change our perspective and learn to experience success as an inner state of being; one that we can live right now.


The idea is in believing that we are already manifesting success, because we are perceiving success as a creative endeavor. In short, success is the evolving realization of worthy goals. Using this strategy, Chopra postulates that we are better able to align our choices and aims with the values and worthwhile goals we hold within us. The key however, is in knowing what is important and what direction we want to evolve our life. This method can be an effect tool to help develop self-awareness and awaken our consciousness so that we are better poised to manifest the kind of success that is authentic to who we are.

That’s it for today’s summer break mindful moment.  Until next time … keep working on your leadership skills!


“Success is not a destination, but the road that you’re on.” – Marlon Wayans


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Chopra, D. (2015, July 7). Success is a living reality. Retrieved July 9, 2016, from The Chopra Center:



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