In my timezone there are 80 hours of 2014 left. There has been a lot that has happened this last year; intended and unintended. All experience. All an opportunity to learn. All a gift. It will not come again. It was the playground, the school room, the chrysalis from which 2015 will burst.
And regret is an anchor to the past I can do without. Forgiveness is the means I with which I will dissolve the chain.
And 2015 is all to play for. By the end of 2015 there are a few things that are absolutely cast-iron guaranteed; I will have a year less on the planet to look forward to, I will be a year older. Beyond that absolutely EVERYTHING in my experience of life is up to me. And all of those years left on the planet will be enriched by what I create in the next 12 months – and for that matter in the next 12 hours.
For me the next 80 hours are going to be about PLAY (I have my Sons with me right now), getting COMPLETE with how 2014 has and has not gone. Forgiving myself and others for it all; wherever I am holding on. Bye bye anchor!
And then there is a sacred gap that I intend to fill with my intentions for 2015. This is the business of re-invention.
And then, of course, I am going to get busy and involved in my life in the new year – and will be using the intentions I set to guide me in creating 2015 in the way that I want; with Joy, Satisfaction, Abundance, Love, Play, Connection and a lot more besides.
What do you want to create in 2015?
Here is my recipie; forgive yourself, let go of the past, imagine your future, live into it! simple right?
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Best wishes for a Happy New Year!
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