Exercise: Create the ideal day in the ideal life.

Now is the time to start building your view of your own life as it could be, as it deserves to be and as you will make it be.  Before we begin describing the parts of your life in detail, describe your ideal day briefly.

Where do you live?

When would you get up?

What would you do?

What would you eat?

What would you drink?

Would you work?  If so, with what would you work?

By making careful notes you will be able to come back to this glimpse instantly.  If you can draw, go ahead and draw a picture of your environment.

Where are you?

What do your surroundings look like?

What is the temperature?

Who is with you?

What is happening?

Here’s my example of an ideal day.

I wake up in my bed on the second floor of a building.  It is facing southeast so the rays of the morning sun are flowing into the room.  The doors to the outside balcony are open, with thin white curtains gently blowing in the breeze.

It is 5:30 a.m. and birds are singing to greet the sun.  I go down the stairs to the kitchen and put on some coffee.  It is silent.  I contemplate life.  I am grateful for everything.  I give my three black Labradors some affection.

I sit down at my desk, open the window, and let the sun in on my face.  I have my work and writing right in front of me, and I start working on it.  I keep working for a few hours, being left alone to think and work until I come in for lunch at around 11:30 with my family.

We sit and talk and have fun.  Then we spend the day together, going places, shopping at the marketplace and making great healthy food.  In the afternoon I exercise for one and a half hours.  I spend a good part of the day outside in the sun.  I do not watch any TV that I do not consciously choose to; there are no slander magazines in my house.  I go to bed early by 9:00 p.m.

Describe your ideal day in as much detail as you can.

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Table of Contents

I. Chapter One: Introduction to Life Planning

II. Chapter Two: Your Past

III. Chapter Three: The Influence Of Generations

IV. Chapter Four: Your Present

V. Chapter Five: Your Future

VI. Chapter Six: Your Alternatives

VII. Chapter Seven: Making The Decision

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