Wednesday, December 26, 2012
Next, I worked on a new list. This list included things that I want to manifest or give energy to for the coming year. On the list are things like, more happiness, adventure, love, growing my business, finding my place, more time with my animals and some business related ideas. To get support from all the energies, it is a good idea to plant these "seeds" in the ground. Being in Wisconsin and it's December - not something that is easy. My ground is frozen and covered in an a blanket of snow. As I pondered how to accomplish this, I realized that this is just how life is. Life presents you with a problem and it is up to you to find a good, creative solution. How dedicated am I to manifesting these "seeds?" Can I find a creative way to accomplish this goal? How will I feel good about planting my seeds and feeling they are supportive? I didn't know the answer to any of these questions. Many friends that do this ceremony, put their list in a potted plant or find a place near the house that isn't quite as frozen and bury the list. Neither of those ideas seemed to feel right for me. I knew the list should be outside and be free to manifest in how it seemed most fit to do it. So I took my paper, bundled up and headed outside.
So now that I have released my wishes to the universe, I feel supported and that all is well with the world around me. I've learned long ago to trust in the power of the Universe and believe with all my heart that good things are coming my way.
My hope is that you do something similar for yourself to lay the ground work or "plant the seeds" for the most magnificent year ever.
Tuesday, December 18, 2012
Monday, December 17, 2012
|This was a clip in my recent e-newsletter about Hyssop essential oil. |