* Sit in a chair (or lie down), close your eyes and ask; Please reveal to me my tomorrow me. The part of me that will look out for me today on behalf of all my tomorrows. And listen quietly, paying attention to any feelings or sensations that arise, any images that you see, and repeat as necessary until you connect.
* Start a journal, or make a list of some areas of your life that would benefit by developing your tomorrow me: relationship choices, sex, money, career, or more specifics; I notice I am so impatient when it comes to (fill in the blank) or I wish I would stop giving in and drinking with my partner because it’s affecting my health and balance or I need to stop spending money telling myself everything will just work out, because it’s not. Be as specific as you like.
More from YourTango: Freedom through Commitment
* Make a commitment to check in with your tomorrow me at least once during the day for starters. Creating a new habit takes a while and this is achievable!
Reward your tomorrow me for a job well done with praise or a healthy, fulfilling treat! You will start to have extra energy and time and your life will find a nice balance as you rely on your tomorrow me, so make sure you let yourself know how grateful you are for it/your support!
Keep in mind your tomorrow me is not harsh, mean or overly vigilant (those are other inner archetypes). Your tomorrow me is not unlike the most loving, firm parent you know who wants you to be happy and thrive!
More from YourTango: 4 Ways to Develop Great Mate-dar!
Whether you have or haven’t met your tomorrow me yet, I can tell you this: it is one of the most important relationships you will ever have in your whole life!