It is December 31, 2009, and I sit in morning reflection wondering what, if anything, I might have to offer you. So much is written every year about New Year's resolutions and starting over. My life coach, Maripat Abbott, has a wonderful year-end process to guide reflection and review of the year just ending followed by visualizing the year that is about to begin. You will find it in her December 2009 Ezine article once it is posted at Manifesting Possibilities.
What can I add?
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Consider your current situation, clear your thoughts, and let your creativity flow with:
What is heaven?
What is time?
In what ways do you settle for less?
What have you always wanted to learn?
What blocks your light?
What renders you speechless?
What beauty shines as you?
What voices suffocate yours?
What makes your heart sing?
What do you not make time for?
What color is your light?
What are you waiting for?
What is the strength of your voice?
How do you impact your world?
What doors have you closed?
What is your starring role?
Each year as the calendar displays December, I find myself needing to pause and figure out just how I will navigate the days and weeks ahead. Do you? Do you find yourself wondering how you will get through the busyness and stress of the season? Do you anticipate the holidays with joy or dread? Have you ever stopped to ask yourself what it means for you?
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Have you stepped outside your comfort zone yet? Fear still holding you back? How about a few more ways to embrace the idea?
First, in case you missed Sunday, October 11, at Unity Church of Christianity, you can listen to a recording of the interview: Thriving Outside Your Comfort Zone.
For a bit more reading on the topic, try a short article on the topic: read.
Continue reading “Thriving Outside Your Comfort Zone – Part II”
Comfort … Ah! We seek it. We tend to do everything in our power to be comfortable. From the temperature in our homes to the clothes we wear to the people we spend time with, the activities we choose, and the conversations we engage in.
But, if we only put ourselves in situations that are within our comfort zone, if we never take risks with anything new and different, challenging and maybe even a bit scary, how are we growing? What are we learning about ourselves and the world? How can we possibly discover our passions and make our dreams come true?
Please join me the next two Sundays for some deeper exploration of thriving outside of your comfort zone and living your personal vision. First:
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