Sunday, 30 December 2012

New Constellations 2013

This time of year, is rich with familiar activities that trigger star bursts of memories from the past (sometimes these are happy memories, sometimes they are sad). 

Ralph Waldo Emerson said: "You have done what you could—some blunders and absurdities have crept in. Forget them as soon as you can. Tomorrow is a new day. You shall begin it serenely and with too high a spirit to be encumbered with your old nonsense."

Personally, I don't think it is possible or even a good thing to want to forget things, but it can be very useful to take the time to celebrate the past, or to grieve it; and also to find the learning even in the most difficult situations that may seem impossible to comprehend. This can be a rich and fulfilling activity that helps us to reflect on the experiences that enriched life and those that havent.
There are many difficult situations around us today, what is most important is how we face them. It is what is in our hearts that matters. To know what is the intention of our thinking, our actions, this is what effects us mostly, and it affects those around us too.

When we shine a new light on past experiences, we can sometimes uncover jewels that we didn't know existed, in our selves and in the relationships we have: with family, with friends, with money; health ; work and with national and global events too.  New insight, can provide us all with a new dawn, a new day and a bright vision for 2013. 

Here are a few questions to help you reflect and to take stock of 2012 and to consider your visions and intention for the new year.
  • What have you enjoyed during 2012?
  • What haven’t you enjoyed?
  • What did all of these experiences mean for you?
  • What’s important to you now ?
  • What is it that you want and what will these experiences mean for you?
  • What will you be doing, seeing, feeling, saying to yourself when you are working, relating, experiencing all that you choose to do during 2013?
  • Why will you be doing these things?
  • What will this mean for you and those around you?

I am already taking stock my year and I am so looking forward to all of the events and experiences I will be involved in next year.
How about you?

Happy New Year





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