As I wrote about a couple of weeks ago, I’ve decided to sink into the Divine Feminine this year, which means letting January become the “dreaming month” instead of having my whole year figured out by New Year’s Day.
And, I finally came up with my mantra/power theme for this year, which turned out to be Trust. (Actually, more specifically Trusting Myself.)
Which to me is a seriously unsexy theme. Actually, I felt like it was SUCH an unsexy theme I had every intention of not announcing it or telling anyone other than my spiritual mentor. (This is in direct contrast to my other yearly themes that I proudly posted to the world.)
But then, I went deeper. And the more I thought about it, the more I thought that maybe other folks have trust issues too, and just don’t realize it. Continue reading
If you take a few minutes and scroll through my blog, you’ll see a significant number of posts and references to sitting down and planning out your year before January 1 and how that is a good thing.
And … here I am, on January 11, 2016, admitting that I’ve done none of that this year.
Even worse, I haven’t even figured out a theme or a word for 2016 yet.
Other than some rough planning in my head as to what I want to accomplish, I’ve done nothing. Nada. Zip.
It’s not that I don’t believe in goals and planning anymore. I still even believe in the studies, like that famous Harvard study, that shows that people who write down their goals are far more likely to actually accomplish them.
And, even more puzzling, writing down my goals and plans HAS worked for me. There is no question that I have gotten more things done over the years because I planned them out.
So, what gives? Continue reading