Happy New Year! Welcome, 2022.

It feels purposeful, that I start the New Year off with a new commitment [to blogging.] Writing has always been something I’ve been drawn to for my entire life. It helps me process my thoughts and emotions. My hope for this blog, is not only for it to be an outlet for me, but a method of learning, inspiration, and motivation to others.

With the New Year starting off with a New Moon tomorrow, I sat down to focus on my manifestations for the year, and I realized why last year felt so stagnant. I spent my entire year focused on tangible/quantifiable manifestations. While there’s nothing wrong with that, this year specifically it felt like the root of the dissatisfaction I felt. I was so focused on numbers and physical things, that it took me away from seeing all the growth I actually had throughout the year. I broke my comfort zone in countless ways and pushed myself up against my growth edges all year. And rarely did I give myself credit for these types of accomplishments.

It’s ironic to me that I created an illusion of stagnancy, when in reality I overcame fears I’ve had for years, a decade even and completely broke apart my preprogrammed beliefs about work, value, money and worth.

I spent New Year’s Eve in gratitude, focused on all the things I did accomplish, the change and growth.

And it brought me to realize that this year, I don’t want to manifest the tangible. Sure, it will naturally come. But I want to focus on embodiment. I want to be a better person, while also loving and accepting the person I am in this moment.

Concern should drive us into action and not into a depression. No man is free who cannot control himself.

Pythagoras

My biggest lesson this year was that you can’t control your circumstances, but you can control how you react to them. It’s a concept I’ve known, but I fully experienced it this year as heavy emotions took over when I kept hitting roadblock after roadblock.

This year I want to embody more trust, in myself and my life. I want to continue to push my comfort zone and overcome fears. You can’t control the world around you. The only thing you can control is yourself. And the funny thing is, as you work on embodying your higher self, the world around you will naturally shift to meet you where you are.

Some of my embodiment goals are:

  • Romanticize my life.
  • Be kinder, while practicing acceptance, communication my triggers, needs, and emotions.
  • Give more to myself and others, while holding boundaries and speaking up.
  • Stop over-analyzing my life and go experience it.
  • Radiate confidence, compassion and joy.
  • Embody my younger, positive, free-loving self.
  • Play and have more fun.
  • Embody authenticity and be unapologetically me.

I sincerely hope this year is good to you. And I hope that if and when hardships arise, that you’re able to move through them with ease and come out of the experience with a new lesson, strength, and resilience. Happy 2022.

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