Welcome 2023 and January. It feels so fresh and so clean as this “fresh wind” blows the debris of last year away. I mean, if you allow it. It’s new life energy. Soft and airy feminine energy. I don’t feel the urge to hit the ground running. I feel like I’m easing into January and the New Year. You know, taking my time by continuing to plan and by taking intentional, thoughtful actions. I’m in tune and in flow with Winter and I have no need to go full steam ahead plowing away at goals.
Maybe because I understand what this year is about and maybe I understand what it is about for me personally. Yes, to a certain degree. Collectively, I believe we will be doing much inner work. I may get into that later on this month. Personally, I know I am in a 1 year and what this means for me is:
“The 1 Year is a time of new interests, experiences, goals, and understandings: about life, about you, where you have been, where you are now, and where you would like to be. And, because so much drastic change is required, you will also be learning the meaning of courage.”
This is the short version and it’s perfectly okay if you don’t understand “energy of a year or month or personal year”, etc. It’s not really for you to understand. It’s for me. 🙂 Usually, in Christianity there is a New Year’s message for the collective and some take it as their own personal message for the year. I usually take what is for me from the collective message and wait on God to tell me what I need to be doing for the year. Things seem to always line up from energy of the year, personal year, instructions from God, and what I get from a New Year’s Eve message. Maybe not right away but, synchronization happens all year long.
Anyway, here is to a new year and I hope it is everything you want it to be and everything you need it to be for your transformation, evolution, and manifestation.
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My New Years message has been clear. Live. Live for the life I was given, live for the Life I am supposed to have, Live for the future. My children’s children depend on me to know that I fought for health, and a better life with they are ever cursed with diabetes or RA. Let them know I made the effort. Even if I came up short. I tired.