As we enter a new year in the Gregorian calendar, many feel called to review the past year, reflect on what they are grateful for, want to let go of, and wish to carry into the new year to create a vision for the time ahead.

Yet 2020 was a year unlike any we have experienced. More than ever we are becoming aware of the unpredictability of life. Life has its own plans and often they are different from the ones we have in mind.

It has been a year of profound awakening and intense personal transformation. For many, that triggered great uncertainty and fears about the time ahead.

The shift of frequency on Earth, which has increased since the December solstice, has ‘sped up’ time even more and potentials are changing faster than they have in a long time, personally and collectively.

But what does this mean for the journey of your life? First of all, know that a vision does not have to be an exact plan that describes how you will get from A to B, for example. It can be a sensation in your heart of how you want to feel or a broad vision of where you want to be and with whom and what activities this may involve that you are passionate about. Above all, discover and pursue what brings you joy and ignites your soul.

A narrow-minded idea can limit you from receiving or even overseeing all the blessings of the Universe. Always remember that your divine heart knows your highest soul plan, but your mind does not. Be open to what comes your way and be prepared that it may look and show up quite differently from what you pictured.

The pivotal key is to align your frequency, emotions, thoughts, beliefs, words and actions with your vision for you and the world to attract the highest potential that serves your highest good at this time. Remember that you are an energetic magnetic being that has manifested in an earthly body. Each of us is subject to the law of frequency and vibration.

Maintain a regular ritual to review your heart vision, for with the rapid transformation you are experiencing potentials can quickly change and ‘upgrade’. Question your beliefs and become aware of how you feel about your worth. Lack of self-love too often leads to self-manipulation and blocks receiving what your heart truly longs for.
Act according to divine guidance, trust in divine timing and divine agreement.  And remember, there is a time to act and a time to be – co-create with the Universe.

“I want to be in the arena. I want to be brave in my life. And when we make the choice to dare greatly, we sign up to get our asses kicked. We can choose courage or we can choose comfort, but we can’t have both. Not at the same time. Vulnerability is not winning or losing; it’s having the courage to show up and be seen when we have no control over the outcome. Vulnerability is not weakness; it’s our greatest measure of courage.”
– Brené Brown 

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