As we welcome 2020 I encourage us each to take the time to communicate within ourselves the truth of our authenticity. So often we are allowing our internal disconnection within to create de focusing activities such as texting ,emailing, social media ,and noise generating participation. We have blocked so often our own communication with ourselves.
The sacred setting of intentions, once we give ourself the gift of getting quiet and choosing to move mindfully and consciously into the new year, has the potential to create a true partnership with our amazing being of self love and self compassion as we practice being the best version of ourself.
Once we are clear on our mindful intentional choices we have a golden opportunity to improve meaningful relationships, act on developing the emotional and physical health we desire, and surrender more deeply the specific areas we wish to shift from prior patterns and stale beliefs.
Unlike resolutions that feel more like controlling demands we place on ourselves, conscious intentions we partner with our true essence ,can help us to align with the ideas and actions we want to utilize for manifesting what we desire in our life.
Of course when we slide momentarily away from the intentions we have set we can always remind ourself we are only human and we can begin again without self punishment. A mistake is only a mistake if we refuse to learn from it. We can always stop, re-group, and begin once more moving forward.
Deepak Chopra once said that “intentions are the starting point of every dream —the seed of creation.”
Here are some ideas to get you started on setting 2020 intentions. Before you even start writing I invite you to get quiet and look at 2019 and decide what needs to be released . Also embrace all your accomplishments in 2019 and the amazing way things turned out well in the end!
Set your intentions that are perhaps out of your comfort zone but not an impossible challenging struggle. If the intentions you are setting feel like they are going to deplete you and make you feel unworthy, then stop and go back to your original drawing board.