Our New Years Meditation

What’s in your New Years Vision

Our New Years Eve Preparation goes like this:

During the afternoon of the 31st, we sit, meditate and move into the heart space, breathing deep into the heart, and consider our creative source for the year ahead,

Here are some suggested questions you might like to ask of your heart:

  • Questions you might like to contemplate on New Year’s Eve

    1. A journal is always a good idea

      Is there anything from 2016 you would like to repeat in 2017?

    2. What do you want to create this year?
    3. Did you include some new strategies in your life, like meditation, living from gratitude? Do you want to this year?
    4. Was there a specific and purposeful piece of wisdom you gained this year?
    5. Any special teachers or new experiences that shifted your consciousness?
    6. What do you want more than anything else right now? Let your heart feel it fully.
    7. What areas of learning and education are you going to continue to pursue this year?
    8. Any people you want to meet this year?
    9. How much income do you want to manifest this year?
    10. Any improvements you want to make in your own life now?
    11. Anything else you know you really want to create this year?
  • Meditate for 30 minutes into the New Year, resonating with all you have set in place and allow it to be released with a command “This or something better”.

You may not remember all the things you set in motion, however, as they begin to flow into your life, like a snapshot in time, suddenly you  recall what they were .

 

Change …

 

Change is  the only permanence we truly know. 

Nothing stays the same, everything is constantly moving, changing and shifting, like the great tides they are never the same, nor are the grains of sand the tides move.

Meditation in our daily lives can help us change the patterns and beliefs we sometimes tell ourselves are “permanent”.

IN FACT, meditation helps us observe the impermanence of everything.

If we bring our focus to something, it’s already moved, the moment of NOW is illusive, try and hold your focus in NOW… NOW…NOW…How about NOW?

It’s always moving, no two breaths are the same, no two fingerprints, we are change, we are it’s awareness and we are what marks change. We have the capacity for memory, and that gives u the awareness of change and how it moves through our lives. Have you been able to include meditation in your life? Helping you expand consciousness yes, and all the other wonderful things it brings to our personal mind and body? Meditation is a gift to ourselves that continues to give back to us, all day long.