Good evening, everyone!
I’m starting this blog to document my experiences and everything I have learned/am learning on this winding road of my spiritual journey. I’m hoping that we like-minded people can use this platform to share ideas and just help each other on this wild ride we call life.
I have been toying with the idea of creating a blog for awhile now and today it just feels right. This is extremely fitting since today is the 12th. In numerology, the number 12 represents wholeness and completion: 12 months in a year, 12 zodiac signs, etc. So as we come to the end of this cycle, we need to start looking ahead to the next and I’d like to help others make the best of it if I can.
As we come full circle and the next cycle is due to start, we need to remember that we have immense power. We have the power to not only change our daily lives, but the power to change the world as well. We just need to put forth the effort.
First, I want you to look at the past year and decide whether or not you are happy with the way it went. What would you do different? Next, you need to figure out how you want act moving forward. What do you want to accomplish and what steps can you take to get yourself there? Really sit down and think about it, make a list, meditate on it, whatever you need to do, because when you finally figure out what it is you are meant to do, on a soul level, nothing can stop you.
Remember, the Universe provides you with an exact vibrational match of what you send to it. For instance, if you keep worrying about how broke you are and how your bills keep piling up, more bills and expenses are going to keep coming at you. Instead, KNOW that you have the money and that the universe will provide for you. Repeat this to yourself everyday, “the universe will provide” and make it happen. This is the Law of Attraction!
In the next post I will go into detail about the past year and what I want out of the next year and cycles to come. But for now, this is where I leave you.
Peace, love, and light. – Heather
Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton