Happiness will probably not be achieved by replication of this exact day, but it offers the opportunity to help consider a direction of travel, helping to align your conscious and unconscious motivations. In fact, it’s a bit like the so-called ‘Rorschah’ or ‘ink blot’ test, which asks you to make pictures out of ink blots, to see what the unconscious mind sees. The different images people see, come from everyone’s unique brain wiring, not the ink blot shapes themselves.
With the perfect day exercise it’s perhaps interesting to note that top achievers frequently do not have goal conflicts. For example, when Olympic gold medal winners are asked for their perfect day, it is often found that they will have dreamt about getting an Olympic gold on their perfect day. This shows the immense power and importance of the conscious and unconscious working in harmony. Most people find this exercise very helpful and I certainly hope you all enjoyed doing it.