Could you pause this festive season from all that running and determine what best serves you moving forward?
What could you gain from limiting your festive season celebrations, to pause long enough, to reflect on the year …
Have you paused long enough recently on how you’ve navigated this challenging year?
Have you created an unrealistic expectation that next year will be the best in your life?
If you answered yes to that question, then perhaps we should talk about sabotage patterns!
Can I invite you to use your reflection skills to reframe those expectations? Know this, you’ll need to to generate a certain willingness to make some changes?
I’m not talking rocket science. I’m talking about reflecting on how the simple things in your life like-
Out of all of your commitments – can I invite you to reflect on what actually works in your life?
And perhaps whilst you’re at the task of reflection, can I invite you to consider what’s not working?
Take a deep breathe and ask yourself how not working affects you?
Here’s a fabulous reset tool for any overwhelming stress caused. Click the link below.
Reframe your New Year Intention
Considering the things you’ve identified that didn’t work this year, consider now what small changes you could make to restore calm and internal peace?
Could it be as simple as offering family members an experience instead of a present this festive season?
Might you also consider making a stronger commitment to more self care next year?
Perhap you may book a year’s worth of self care appointments?
Whatever your reflection of this year is, can I invite you to reframe anything negative into a motivating force to make slight alterations for the future?
Often it’s just little things, repeated over time, that generates big results.
Karen Humphries is a Kinesiology Practitioner, Health & Business Coach, LEAP & NES Practitioner, Intuitive Meditation Facilitator, and published author. She is a self-confessed laughaholic. She loves being of service to the world with her humorous and positive approach to life, encouraging people to ‘choose to change and bloom from within.’