An End of Year Review

Do you engage in an end of year review? I have been enjoying this exercise with Connie Chapman for three years. She still has space for her Release and Rebirth online class if you want to work with her at your end of the year review.

What Did I Learn About My 2021

As I filled out Connie’s workbook on reviewing my key experiences and turning points, I was amazed how much I accomplished this past year in regards to my growth as a human being and pursuing my life purpose. In typical fashion, I began a list by the people with Spiritual businesses who helped me along the way.

Do you give yourself enough credit for your accomplishments?

If you don’t know, I invite you to consider what you accomplished in 2021. Review your journals, calendar, emails or any other place you record daily information. It’s a great start to understanding the last 12 months of your experience.

Giving Credit to All My Helpers

My year of transformation started by working with Alma Gonzalez in a 1:1 container. She and I checked in daily for six weeks. This experience opened the door for what was to come. You can get to know Alma on her YouTube channel.

The next two healers contributed to my positive change in tandem. One month I would have a house clearing, reading,  or personal shamanic healing with Meredith Johnson, The Healing Hummingbird, LLC. Meredith also hosted weekly free readings on Facebook and YouTube.

The next month, I worked with Miggy Rodriquez Soul Realignment Readings at Infinite Flow Healing LLC. Miggy also offered a series of Zoom classes on understanding my own energy system in her Energy Mastery series. She is currently working on offering this class in 2022.

Working back and forth with Miggy and Meredith was astounding.

How Do I Know What I Need?

I’ve composed a free download that guides you through choosing your own Spiritual Healers. I hope you find this information helpful.

Wishing you the Happiest New Year!

Did You Know You are Worthy?

Did you know you are worthy? Absolutely. Rather, you knew when you were born. Some of us maintained that knowledge for awhile. In contrast, many of us had life experiences that dimmed our knowledge of self worth.

This past week, I made steps toward acceptance of my worthiness. How? Through the investment of beautiful wooden knitting needles and replacement of the inexpensive Walmart needles I was using. These Lykke Driftwood needles allow an ease of knitting that amplifies the calmness knitting brings me.

How Do You Restore Worthiness?

Truly, you have never been without it. Rather, it’s uncovering your inner knowing of your worthiness. This is not an easy, 1-2-3 you’re done, process. In the short list below, I’m linking to my earlier blogs with deeper exploration on some avenues to answer the question, “Did you know you are worthy?”

Let’s Delve a Little Deeper

I’m not going to kid you. This is a process that takes time and commitment. In fact, I suggest you pick only one of the links above to explore. How do you know which one is the best place to start?

  1. Sit comfortably in a place you feel safe
  2. Direct your gaze downward or close your eyes
  3. Breathe in deeply through your nose
  4. Relax your lips and allow the exhale to slowly leave your body
  5. Read the list above, slowly and pause on each one as you connect with the feeling in your body; tingling, warmth, coolness, any other change

Where you felt different in your body while reading one of the linked bullet items is the place to start.

Be Gentle With Yourself

When we have lost the feeling of worthiness we were born with, it can be a slow process to find it again. Remember that each day is a new start. Today you can start a short, 5-minute meditation. Tomorrow you can repeat the same meditation… and then… before you know it… 200 days straight.

5 Tips to Overcome Procrastination

These 5 tips to overcome procrastination are particularly useful during this busy holiday season. Let me know if anything resonates with you in the comments.

A Little Background Understanding

Today as I listened to my daily Ten Percent meditation, The Nature of Thoughts, this quote by Joseph Goldstein, stood out.

When we are not aware of thinking, thoughts often exercise a great power and influence in our lives. And yet when we are mindful of them, we see their ephemeral, insubstantial nature. This understanding allows us to choose which thoughts are useful, should be acted upon, and which are not useful, and should simply be let go of.

This understanding is key to my 5 tips to overcome procrastination. Part of our avoidance of important tasks is the overload of thoughts that distract us.

The 5 Tips

  1. Adopt a daily meditation practice
  2. Find and utilize your motivator
  3. Start with the easiest task
  4. Or start with the most annoying task
  5. Acknowledge your progress

What If I Can’t Get Past Tip #1?

Truly, starting a meditation practice can seem overwhelming. It doesn’t need to be.

  • Sit in a quiet place
  • Cast your gaze downward
  • Inhale deeply through your nose
  • Slowly exhale through your relaxed lips
  • Repeat deep breathing 2 more time

Congratulations! You’ve just started a daily meditation practice.

But How Do I Find My Motivator?

Sometimes we stumble upon what motivates us. Perhaps you’ve been successful previously? Calm your mind with your new meditation practice, recalling all the aspects of that success, especially what motivated you. Generally, we are motivated by outside influences or an aspect within your personality. My blog about finding these personality traits might be useful.

Let’s Wrap This Up

In addition to the 5 tips to overcome procrastination, I’d like to share a final idea as navigate through this holiday season. As you think about wishing someone well, why not make it something more specific like, Thank you for…

Sitting out here accepting my donation for the kettle

May you be filled with love this December!