This year will be about deepening our connection to God/Universe.
I do this via prayers and meditations.
I find that when I do my meditation and prayer first before I start my day, it sets a specific tone for the day.
Usually, it’s a positive and uplifting tone.
The times when I don’t prioritize my meditation and prayer first, that’s when my days tend to feel kinda meh.
I used to not prioritizing these two.
However, since I have made several intentions for 2021, I’m happy to share that meditation, prayer, doing inner work, self-reflecting, daily journaling, clearing and healing are part of my morning ritual.
I am happy to devote up to 2 hours to complete them.
If you’re asking, do I truly have the time? My answer is yes, I do.
Something shifted within me as we entered the new year.
I believe that I have more than enough time to do what I need/want.
Having this belief is enough for me to create small (but impactful) changes in my life.
I remember when I thought that I didn’t have enough time, I tend to skip and/or rush doing things.
After the shift, I find that I’m allowing myself time to do the things that I want/need to do. I no longer rush doing things. I also used to skip doing a daily workout. Now it’s part of my daily morning routine.
Having said all of the above, I’m aware that I had failed to achieve my new year resolutions in the past (not once, not twice but countless times) which had led me to believe that it’s pointless to have new year resolutions.
This year, I’m setting up my intentions for 2021. While I had failed at achieving new year goals in the past, I’m keen to keep track of the progress of my 2021 intentions.
I haven’t finished setting up my intentions. There are a few things that I’m unclear still. Hopefully, I will get the clarity that I need as I move along with the new year.
I’m wishing everyone lots of joy, love, health, wealth, miracles and blessings.
Happy New Year, everyone!