Intentions for The New Year

Intentions for The New Year By Margot

~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did do.So throw off the bow-lines.Sail away from the safe harbour.Catch the trade winds in your sails.Explore. Dream. Discover.     ~Mark Twain  ~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*

The New Year is a perfect time  to shift gears, and make life-enhancing changes. What kind of success do you want to manifest this year?  Here are 5 practical down-to-earth steps that will help you build a solid foundation for success in the new year!! 1. Complete with the year 2010.  Clean up anything that is incomplete or unfinished from the year 2010 because this will give you more energy to create new things in the year 2010.  Incompletions drain energy and distract your mind. What is bothering or haunting you? Some common incompletions are unsaid things that you want to communicate to a friend or family member, an unfinished project at home or at work,  and not following through on a commitment that you made to yourself such as cleaning out your office drawers.    2. Get in touch with what really matters to you.  What do you really value or want out of life?  A great way of doing this is to imagine that you only have one year to live.  What would you want to experience or do during that year?  Another technique is to imagine that you are attending your own funeral. What do you want people to say about you?  For what do you want to be remembered?   3. Do some goal setting for the new year. You can’t arrive anywhere unless you know where you want to go.  Going through life without a goal is like being on a ship without a rudder.  You can easily get lost in the sea of life when you have not charted your course.   So be smart and create goals for every area of your life. Where do you want to be one year from now?  Where do you want to be in your career or business?  How much do you want to be making?  What kind of relationship do you want to have with your spouse?  What vacations do you want to take?  What kind of person do you want to be this year?  Write down each of your goals on a card that you can carry in your wallet.  This will help you keep on track when an obstacle blocks your path. 4. Create a picture of what you want to manifest in your mind.  Your mind is programmed  by imagery and pictures.  You subconsciously do what you see yourself doing in your mind’s eye.   Remember that one picture is worth a thousand words. One way to create a picture for your mind is to create a manifesting dream board. Your Manifesting Dream Board contains cut outs of pictures, words, scenes and things you want to experience or manifest that are glued to a large piece of cardboard. A detailled description of how to create the most powerful and effective manifesting dream board is found in Chapter 2 of our e-book, "How to Raise Your Manifesting Vibration." Visit to find out more.    5. Find someone that can unconditionally support you in manifesting your goals.  How many times have you broken your new years’ resolutions in the past?  Many people tend to give up on their dreams when they are confronted with some obstacle or problem be it external or internal.  In fact, the reason many people fail to make big changes in their life is self-doubt.  They doubt their ability to manifest whatever they have envisioned and thus give up.  Having someone to support and believe in you when the going gets tough will dramatically increase your chances of success.  It is important that you choose someone who truly believes in you, and who has no personal attachment to whether you succeed or fail.  For instance, you could enlist your best friend’s support, find a mentor, or hire a manifesting coach.   May you experience an abundance of love, joy, and laughter in 2010as you make all your dreams come true! 

Abundant Blessings To YOU This Year!!Margot

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