2009 has been a year of mixed blessings and joys. And certainly filled with its share of interesting experiences.
The same can be said about the first decade of the new millennium. Everyone’s saying, and it does seem true, how the last decade has passed swiftly. And how it has concluded with more than its expected share of changes.
I’d love to hear what your thoughts are or at least how you are processing them. I’m sure you also reflect on this, on where you’ve been and where you’ve come now that we are at the end of the first decade of the new millennium.
What are your dreams?
How do you view the year and decade past? What are your hopes and dreams for the year ahead?
I know I’ve changed over this decade in more ways than I even dreamed of. Much of it came as no surprise, as I had been consciously and purposefully focused that momentous new year on my commitment to complete the training I began in 1999.
I planned to begin working from home part time that year even while still training, and then full time by mid-decade. I began immediately to live my dream in 2000, beginning with small steps. Even though it took six years to work my dream into a full-time reality, it was worth the sacrifice and effort.
But what do I marvel at about this decade and it’s culmination as the year 2009 becomes 2010? Yes, I treasure the memory of the initial thrill of embracing the unknown. But I treasure more that I continue to thrill to embrace the hope this wild adventure represents, even amidst the fragile economic times touching us all.
In reflecting over the past year, I find subtle experiences that have opened me to being even more than those my plans outlined for my imagined life. There is a higher order that directs us all to experience life in unconditional regard for the All in all.
And I have you to thank for joining me in listening to that guidance, for showing me your regard, and for allowing me to see and honor Who you really Are…
What’s in store for 2010?
I’m looking forward to being more productive in the year ahead, especially now that my computer has been all but completely overhauled! Apparently I worked it so hard during this past two-and-a-half years that it recently required a new motherboard, hard drive and video card. Not too long before that, it needed two new optical drives.
Good thing I had warranties to cover all that.
In the midst of these replacements, I met a tech who is also an audio engineer. I decided to hire him to also tweak my home recording studio. He put it together in a much better way for me to use comfortably. Shortly after the new year, he’ll return to complete the finishing touches for even more flexibility, especially with my telemeditations.
So my list of New Year resolutions are weighing in heavily to produce more audios and telemeditations! It’s also destined to be a year for employing new tools to make blogging even more fun, inspiring me to blog more often, and about more new things.
Another part of my resolution for the new year is also to continue to bring through new and relevant material to pass on to you when we speak personally. There is always something magical about the hour we share in session.
Honoring the life we share
Although we are in this life together, resolutions are personal. They come to you with the most clarity when you are spiritually prepared. You may already have done your preparation, and have your list for the new year.
Or perhaps not.
Either way, if you want to get some reading in while your plans for the new year are still gelling, here are a few WhoHeals blog articles from 2009 to help you make the most out of your 2010:
Happiest New Year to All
May the love of our hearts blend to touch and heal all beings with needed light and joy. Peace to you for the new year.