So How did I do?
Recap: Jenn’s 2011 Manifesto.
I am committed to putting myself out in the world. I will be a consistent, on-line presence to help people find their own place in the world. I am committed to spending more time creating and less time being routine and habitual. I am committed to tuning in to my very personal, true north star by spending time every day honing in on it! I am committed to being all I can be (without being in the army) because that is what is best for me and everyone in the world. I am committed to helping people be all that they can be, because that is what is best for them and everyone in the world.
I will be blogging encouraging, enlightening things (hopefully?!) on a regular basis. I will be setting up a “Coming of Age” ceremony service. I will be offering classes. I am available for Life Coaching.
In my estimation, mission accomplished! I loved writing my experiences and discoveries in my regular blog even though it was frightening to “put myself out there.” I taught an on-line class, which was such a thrill I am going to do it again! (Watch for it in February!). I honored my commitment to myself by doing yoga, meditation, prayer and creating. It has revolutionized my inner life and is making a strong influence on my outer circumstances. I was honored to have coached the clients who contacted me.
So what about 2012?
It is my intention to let go of the things, even people, that keep me from my purpose in the world. I commit to being in tune with my body not only for physical health information, but also for spiritual and emotional information. I commit to being available. I commit to making space for the unknown, the untried, the unexpected, the Spirit that creates. I commit to living my questions rather than to finding ‘the’ answers.
In the year 2012, I want to feel vitally alive and on purpose. I intend to feel ecstatically pleased with all that I experience and all that I create. I want to be overwhelmed with gratitude for all the wonderful people who cross my path and share my journey.
Part II: A Word about Resolutions
Before you hastily toss aside 2011 and charge forward with your resolve for the New Year, I encourage you to do your own review. Be sure to credit yourself for all that you accomplished, all you did right, all the things that worked and are working.
Making resolutions about weight and fitness, which seem to be good things, I believe actually cover up – mask what we really should be working on. And that is your real purpose in the world. When you are in your ‘zone’ doing what really lights you up, you will naturally lose weight and be more active. I highly recommend making a list of experiences you’d like to have, people you’d like to spend time with, how you want to feel about yourself and about your world. Awareness of these kinds of things will begin to move you in the direction that will help you become more you and make 2012 a great year.
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I wish you a Super Fantastic Happy New Year!