What will you decide to create for yourself in 2010? What will you have?
I’m not the one to tell you what you’ll decide to have. One reason I don’t predict the future is because you have free will and are perfectly capable of creating it for yourself. There is a fine art to free will, though. One may decide to exercise it to achieve one’s heart’s desire… or not.
Let me start by asking you something: what will you decide to have for yourself? Is your decision based on what others are comfortable having for themselves? If so, then your ability to create for yourself all that you want, may be lowered. You may have a more difficult time actually having what it is you want.
If you are afraid to rock the boat you’ve been riding in, afraid to hurt or anger others by stepping up and having more, you won’t have it.
Perhaps you’ve always dreamed of traveling the world, but others in your town or group are quite happy staying put. If you tried to get others excited about your dream, and they just weren’t, it could put energy on your dream that suddenly made it seem not as good to you. As in, “perhaps they’re right, and I should think about being practical and getting myself settled” or “maybe so and so is right and I just need to grow up and face reality”. Whose reality are you talking about? It’s not that the others around you are wrong, but that their ideas may be wrong for you.
You create your own reality. If you go along to get along, and match to other people’s reality, it may make it impossible to be who you want to be and have what you want.
So, back to the question here: what will you decide to have for yourself this year? Is this the year you decide to break free from the past? Is it the year you take the class, move to the new city, buy a ticket to go someplace new, get a bicycle, find new friends who can have more fun? Is it the year you decide to explore your own creativity? What is the thing you are itching to do, but haven’t yet?
It could be the year you decide to heal yourself, to learn to ground, to let go of people who have been taking but not giving. Maybe it’s time to say good bye forever to invalidation! Or guilt, also known as the gift that keeps on giving.
The way to get what you want is to first of all know what that is. This requires you to be very honest with yourself. If you are telling yourself the truth, it’s hard to lie to you. If you really want the thing you say you want, it makes it that much easier to begin moving in the direction of having it.
Sometimes it’s hard to even know what you actually want. So much information and energy is around telling you what to have, be, and do, and also what it is possible to have, be and do.
To make it easier on yourself, get some tools. Grounding is a great tool to have. Meditation helps too, because it allows you to actively listen to yourself, to know who you are and what you want to say, give, and express. You can learn to protect your own energy so that while you are growing and changing, you have more permission to do so. When more of you is present, you are much more easily able to manifest what you want. You can also more easily let go of energies that get in your way. You can create, effortlessly. You can begin to know yourself and how capable you already are.
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