365 Moments of Clarity 2014 Collection

365 Moments of Clarity – Day 1 2014

Welcome to New Beginnings!

Learn how to commit to your new intentions for the New Year

Today I would like to dedicate this blog to new beginnings. January 1st began with a wonderful new moon and many stars. All new beginnings start with a decision of commitment to new goals. I set my intentions on December 29th after watching “The Secret Life of Walter Mitty”. This year is all about making decisions based on those intentions and moving my business forward to new levels.

I choose to create a big impact on as many people as I can and am lucky to be introduced to. I desire to raise the consciousness of the earth; to be a part of the shift. I want to create a field of possibility around me and others. I desire to learn as much as I can and then share my knowledge to all who are ready to listen. I say yes to transformation, to excitement and to my journey ahead.

This year, I commit to living consciously, and I commit to having fun as I do. I commit to expanding my consciousness and my capacity for fun every minute of this year. 1

In addition, I intend to transform myself into an instrument for experiencing the deepest spiritual essence in life. 2 I choose to refine my words using grace and dignity; to remove harsh words from my vocabulary and realize that each of us move to different vibrations.

Daily Gratitude

Thank you for the strength to commit to a new strong beginning for 2014.
Thank you for all the support from my friends, family and coach.
Thank you for the continuous love I feel as I take my journey farther than I thought possible.

Down below in the comments, please share your commitments for 2014. What are your intentions this year? Be specific and really feel those intentions. Commit to yourself. You may be surprised what you can accomplish when you set your whole body, mind and spirit to it.

Sources: 1A year of Living Consciously by Gay Hendricks; 2365 Tao Daily Meditations by Deng Ming-Dao
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