The beginning of a new year is a wonderful time to focus and get clarity on how you want your year to go. Here are 6 ways to make this year your best year ever. Take stock of where you are right now You have to know where you’re starting from before you can make changes. For example, you wouldn’t want to start running if you aren’t physically capable of walking. Knowing where you are will help you set realistic goals for where you’d like to be. To take stock, make a list of the key areas of your life
I was doing a reading for a client and her primary issue was that she just didn’t feel happy. She said her life had become a routine of work, caring for family, and she was lucky to get a little time for herself on a weekend. Nothing good was happening, though nothing particularly terrible was happening either. But she went to bed each night feeling unfulfilled and without joy. When we asked her guides what she needed to know to help her on her path, her guides showed me a metaphor of her sitting on the porch of a farmhouse
“When you arise in the morning, think of what a precious privilege it is to be alive – to breathe, to think, to enjoy, to love.” – Marcus Aurelius You may not remember this, but you were very eager to come to Earth. You wanted to live. You wanted to live HERE. You wanted the opportunity to experience this physicality. You knew the world was not perfect, and you chose to come anyway. You knew you would face hardships, and you chose to come anyway. You knew there would be days that brought you low; days you could barely function.
I’ve done readings for hundreds of people who were suicidal and there are commonalities in their energy. I want to share how it looks and then share some thoughts about what to do if you feel suicidal. The Chakras When I’m looking at the chakras (energy centers in the body) of people who are suicidal, instead of big balls of bright light, I see little pinpricks of light. They are about the size of a pinhead. The light is growing dimmer. It’s like candle flames that are barely hanging on to the oxygen they have left, and they could go