Have You Given Your Mind A Job Description?

We live and breathe by using job descriptions in the workplace to keep focused, to be clear on our responsibilities and also to work with others to stay in the flow. We see this job description as intrinsic in keeping clarity of direction and purposeful intention.

Life Job Description

Yet, on a personal level, we don’t invest the thought or time to create a life job description to tell the mind and ego what to do, how to focus and how you want your personal world to flow. Most of us realize that our subconscious mind is what ultimately drives us. It processes over 40 billion bits of information every day (compared to the conscious mind which can cope with around 40 things) and decides what to focus or not depending on a fallback program. Obviously, the subconscious mind does the basic survival stuff. Making sure that your heart is pumping and oxygen is flowing. It helps us to avert danger and stay alive when under threat. Learning the road maps you drive to work and can switch into autopilot when you get stressed with other life stuff.

It has a clever RAS (reticular activating system) that acts like a beacon homing device and if it knows something you want, it will look out for it. A great example is when you are looking for a new car. If you decide on a red colored Totoya Camry car, then your RAS will see a stack of them on the road because it has a little program to follow. But, are we effectively programming our RAS with the deeper things in life we want? Many of us simply are not. This is not taught and certainly not learned through school or work.

Are we setting clear intentions and establishing a focused chat with it to tell it what you Do and DON’T want? That requires you to get very clear with your life objectives and the story that you want to create, then translating into a clear job description for the MIND.

Prepare to let old stories go which are negatively impacting you, and create a new contract or new job description that you will tell your subconscious and conscious mind. Then, you are truly being effective and flowing with your life, just as you would with a new job where you have a clear job specification. We find this a powerful and transformative exercise.

At our 4-day healing holiday spiritual retreats, which runs several times each year in Bellingen NSW, has a specific exercise and template on creating this new contract and therefore job description for your mind and life. We do several ceremonies and exercises to let the old outdated patterns release and then establish the new job description and lock this in using universal principles and indigenous wisdom. The spiritual retreats are designed to support your new life direction. Our hope is that you will take away the tools and experiences that help you manifest a more mindful, happy and restorative life experience. It gives you exactly what you need to reboot and invest in yourself. If you are interested in our 4-day spiritual retreats, please click this link

Are you suffering from NDD?

What is NDD?

NDD means ‘Nature Deficit Disorder’ and it refers to our lack of connection to nature which creates an attention disorder in relation to our inner present and physical self. Science has now proven that nature is one of the only things that energize us when we focus on it as opposed to focussing on other things like work, people or projects/ hobbies that actually use our energy.

If you are working in a busy job, have an active personal lifestyle and find yourself in a home, office, restaurant, bar, café or gym much of the time, then you will be lacking that connection to the earth and the natural environment around you. Add WIFI and technology to that equation and you are getting the full energy zap occurring. You may experience anything from mild NDD to full-blown NDD burnout which feels like fatigue, irritation, stress, feeling lost, overwhelmed or disconnected from other people. That’s not to say this lifestyle you are living is wrong or bad. It is more about your awareness of how you can offset the effects of a modern lifestyle (and the above feelings) and utilize the natural world to re-energize and rejuvenate.

Nature gives us so many riches. Mountains and ocean give off negative ions which balance our health when we become burdened with positive ions (electrical devices, mobile phones, computers, electricity towers and cars). The oxygen levels of the country (or vast expanses of nature) are much higher than a populated city. We literally breathe easier. Nature has kinetic energy that can enhance our intentions and revive our physical senses. We feel more connected to the mystery and magic of life when we see amazing views and feel like a small part of the bigger earth around us. Also, it has been proven that views of ocean or nature horizon landscapes actually releases endorphins in our brain and hence enhances our mood.

So, the question to you would be: When? Where? and How can you get access to nature?

To a vast expanse of green space where you can come back to your senses, yourself and your mindful presence? And when you are there, how can you appreciate it? – Soak it up and put some funds into your nature bank account so you don’t suffer from NDD. Best of all, it doesn’t cost you any money.

Nature is the one thing that is simply and purely FREE, and it’s the thing that literally keeps us alive.

 

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If you feel you need a good healthy dose of getting back to nature, perhaps try our nature retreats running this year:

Healing Holidays Nature Retreats which run regularly on the mid-North Coast of Australia in the Bellingen area. These nature retreats are 4 days of pure nature, mindfulness, personal development and healing. You won’t find anything else quite like it. Read more here 

 

 

 

Journey to Oneness: One Day Nature RetreatA mix of structured activity, free-form conversations, healing journeys, meditations and timeout in nature to connect in and deepen your intuition, relaxation and self-awareness and healing skills. Read more here

 

Spiritual Awakening: What Does It Mean In Today’s World?

“Spirituality” is bandied around a lot these days, but what does it really mean? What are the signs that you are having (or are ready for) a spiritual awakening? And if you are ready for one, what can you do about it?

The Common Signs You Are Ready for a Spiritual Awakening or Experience:

-You realized your thoughts create your reality and you’re ready to collaborate with the universe.

-You are tuning into the world of energy and sensing things you cannot see; the mystic in you is ready to emerge.

– You realized there’s more to life than your material body. It holds the key to unlocking your next adventure in life.

-You start to use your intuition and seeking a deepening of your inner soul.

-You’re experiencing a major life challenge and need to adopt a new paradigm of thinking and being to get through.

-You’re bored with the ‘mundane’ and seeking the magic in life.

-You see the universe as an exciting frontier and ready to go to your next level of thinking.

It seems that many people are going through a Spiritual Awakening right now and opening up to the possibility that there is a new and mindful way to be in the world using mindfulness and intuition.

Here are 5 KEY WAYS you can super-charge your own spiritual awakening:

1. Access your intuition daily.

You have a constant supply of intuitive powers and to enhance them, try doing daily or weekly exercises to build your strength (similar to a weights workout for the body). A great one is a practice the ‘yes/no’ question in your life choices. Work with your body to find your physical response to ‘yes’ (mine is a tingling in the lower belly) and ‘no’ (mine is a jerking back of the head).

2. Practice playing the ‘Witness’.

There’s a ‘witness’ in you that pays attention to all things. The ‘witness’ has a higher source of intuition and wisdom, will see your habits and tells you where you need to change so you can be in harmony with your soul and higher self.

3. Spend time in nature.

When you truly connect with Mother Earth, you supercharge yourself with Kinetic energy and strengthen your auric field which you can get from both the mountains and the ocean that give off negative ions from electromagnetic devices (toxic positive ions). And whilst you are in nature, be quiet. Give yourself some space and meditate. Even try talking to plants, trees, and animals to hone your sixth sense.

4. Peel back the layers of your wounds.

Learn what is holding you back and how you can let go of any karmic or habitual patterns. The more we shed off (or death) the old limiting parts of ourselves, the more we can access our own spiritual awakening and rebirth those divine aspects of ourselves.

5. Spend time on your own and get to know who you are.

Learning and understanding ‘how you tick’ is wonderful. Play with some oracle cards or tarot cards to get inspired messages. Write a list of things you love doing that activates your energy and can make you easily decide for things that drain you. Say ‘no’ to the things you dislike and honor yourself by doing things you love. This truly does open up the heart – which is the resting place of your spiritual self.

These 5 ideas on Spiritual awakening form just a small part of my online course called “The Conscious Self”. This program is designed to super-charge your spiritual journey and create a more conscious and mindful life experience. These 12 modules take you through a series of videos, meditations, and exercises to practice this wisdom, to access your inner rock and realize just how connected you really can be.

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THE CONSCIOUS SELF PROGRAM

The 12-Week Program designed to provide intuitive and spiritual tools to take your happiness, confidence, and identity to a whole new level that the left brain cannot give you. Click here to check out the program

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Mindfulness At Work: 5 Tips to ‘Get Into The Zone’

How do we access mindfulness in our busy workday? Sure, it’s easy to be mindful when are standing in the middle of nature with the sun on our face and birds flying overhead. It’s easy to be mindful when we are sitting on the Greek Islands marveling at the glorious holiday you are on. But what about the daily grind of real life when you have a roaring deadline to make or your boss just handed you the crappiest review you have had? Or, perhaps you aren’t meeting sales targets and your job is on the line. A big fight with a co-worker who has a big ego?

Meditating probably isn’t going to cut it!

Mindfulness Training will obviously gear you up for being more resilient or for coping better day today at work or home, but here are some mindfulness techniques and tips to call into action when a bomb goes off at work or in your home.

Mindfulness Training Ideas for when things go off the rails:

Shift your focus immediately.

Get yourself outside the office or home and go walking. Take some deep breaths in and think about 3 things you are grateful for. Really choose people, animals or places where you have a strong connect to/with. Those positive feeling immediately change the energetic flow of your body and replace negative vibes with positive feelings that saturate your cells.

Use the “First World Problem” mantra.

I love this one because it immediately puts all things into perspective in about 1 minute. “This is a first world problem” statement is another way of saying – “Let go of the drama – I’m not starving, in danger, dying, under threat or have no home to live in”. Don’t give it any power. Pretty much 100% of the problems we face today don’t involve a potential death or serious life-threatening situation. This mantra creates an internal & grateful mindfulness that puts our life problems into a world perspective.

Scream Therapy. Yes, you heard it right!

It’s quite incredible to just find a quiet space somewhere or in the car driving on your own and scream your lungs out. This allows the pent-up stress to release through the throat energy point (expression and truth) and bring you back to your body and self. Many indigenous cultures used singing and dancing to release shadows and heal. There is something very primal about screaming and you start to feel connected back to your truth.

Receive. 

Mindfulness training needs to include a good dose of giving and receive. You are conscious when both listen and speak in balance. Most people in a workplace focus on the giving (yang, logical) part of the equation and that is why people become out of balance. If you can learn to receive (yin, creative) when you feel wound up, this will restore your energy so you can stay harmonious. Knowing when to oscillate between yin (receiving in) and yang (giving out) is a seriously useful skill. Receiving includes asking for support, accepting help, being nurtured, taking time out for yourself (such as getting a massage at lunchtime), having a friendly ear listen to your challenges and offer advice or perhaps asking to take a day off.

Connect to nature.

Whether it is your dog, a bird outside, a beautiful tree, a flower, the earth beneath your feet, all forms of nature are non-judgemental and graceful. Focusing on nature does three core things for the busy mind. It gives you the feeling of “getting away” from it all, the vastness of nature makes you realise you are but one cog in the wheel and to not feel so alone in the world and science has now proven that it is one of the few things we can mentally focus on but not get fatigued. Nature connects us to a peaceful and mindful part of ourselves automatically without us trying. What a brilliant design hey!

 

You might find it easy to implement these 5 Steps of Mindfulness Training, you may be interested in my online course called “The Conscious Self”.

These 12 modules take you through a series of videos, meditations, and exercises to practice mindfulness wisdom, to access your inner rock and realize just how conscious and balanced you really can be. Click here to check out the program

I have also created a Mindfulness Meditation CD compilation called Zen Business designed for those busy business brains. Each track hones in on a different work-related topic so you can choose what meditation you need daily.

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The Top 5 Mindfulness Training Ideas

Many people (from Psychotherapists to CEOs) discuss the need for including Mindfulness Techniques into our everyday life. I’m a teacher of Mindfulness and Meditation and I can certainly share with you some latest mindfulness training ideas, but I think we are missing one crucial question. Do we really understand what mindfulness is?

Mindfulness is not just a series of granular tools or techniques to calm the mind so we can de-stress. It is learning the Art of staying present in every moment so that our right brain (creative mind) can freely give 100% attention to any given task, as opposed to our left brain (logical mind) trying to juggle 50 ideas and do none of them very well.

Mindfulness training, therefore, becomes a life-long study about creative focus and how we can oscillate appropriately between our right and left brains to live a rich, balanced and happy life. I have run mindfulness training in Sydney, Australia for over 10 years, and now feel like part of my life purpose is to expand this mindfulness training to a global level. Helping people to be happy and present in all areas of life. Here are my top 5 mindfulness training ideas to help you get into the zone.

The Top 5 Mindfulness Training Ideas

1. Spend time meditating

I know this seems stupidly obvious, but you need to train your mind to focus on a landscape (I prefer creative visualization meditations), a word, a theme, a mantra or your breath. This idea is to coach your mind to keep coming back to visualize or feel what you are meditating on. Even if you wander off a zillion times, that’s ok and part of the practice. So eventually, you can stay focused for a long period of time. Meditating is critical for mindfulness.

2. Creative hobbies

Remember that you are TRAINING yourself to be mindful and that requires good habits injected into your life that are creative and right brain focused. Creative tasks like playing music, dancing, painting, cooking, gardening and so forth, require your 100% attention. It’s hard to think about a work problem when you are playing out a tune on the guitar and keeping in rhythm with lyrics. Creative hobbies engage your mind and they need to be enjoyable and fun. Don’t paint if you hate it!

3. The Filing Cabinet

A great little technique to tell that crazy brain to shut down for the day! Your left brain will think about work, challenges or admin long after you want it to. I did a recent mindfulness training Sydney class whereby I asked clients to draw their most creative version of a kick-ass filing cabinet and at the end of their day – stuff all of their “to do” items in it lock it up (metaphorically) and pocket the key. Knowing that you can always open it up again the next day and pick up where you left off. It’s a great way of clearing out your head.

4. Engage your physical senses

A big part of mindfulness training is to stay present in your body. That means to feel all of your physical senses connected to sight, sound, smells, touch, and taste. You would be surprised how this exercise can suddenly bring you back from a panic attack or a stressed space. Try massaging your feet or slowly chewing your food. Stop and sense the wind on your face, the sun on your head and the sounds you can hear. This is probably the quickest way you can “ground” yourself which means to come back into your body and be mindful of everything going on around you. People in the army know how to do this well. They switch on their senses and are alert to the danger around them. Ever seen a senior army dude who looks like he has his head in the clouds and in la-la land? No,-I have not either!

5. Take deep breaths

Your rate of breathing controls how calm and balanced you are (hence how mindful you can possibly be). Shallow quick breathing sends messages to the body and brain that you are under stress. Of course, it is a mind-body loop, because when you are stressed the first thing you tend to do is take shorter and quicker breaths! Practice slow and deep breathing regularly so you feel what it is like to have this flowing even life force. Maybe try to do this in peaceful times so that when you do feel stressed, you can easily apply the technique to bring you back to a mindful state.

You might find it easy to implement these 5 Steps Mindfulness Training or you may be interested in my online course called “The Conscious Self”. These 12 modules take you through a series of videos, meditations, and exercises to practice mindfulness wisdom, to access your inner rock and realize just how conscious and balanced you really can be. I also do meditation and mindfulness training Sydney & Coffs Coast should you want to connect with me in person.

Click here to check out the program

Learn more about Debbie Pask

 

Are You An Email Addict?: 5 Steps to Breaking the Addiction

Technology is both amazing and awful at the same time. And email must truly be the ‘king of awful’ as so many of us become crazed and addicted to it. Sort of like crack addicts. We can’t stop looking at our phones, we open our email browser several times during the day to see what is going on and who might have ordered something, replied to our request or so forth. When we have any kind of extra time waiting in a queue, at the airport, taking a momentary pause or waiting for a meal to arrive, the email comes out quick and fast and it acts as a highly effective barrier to just being and feeling mindful with thyself.

Emails and mindfulness aren’t friends!

Here are the signs that e-mail is running your life and the addiction has taken over

1. You rely on email to dictate your daily workload and drive your ‘to do’ list.

2. You open your email browser more than 4 times per day.

3. Emails that you consider negative really disrupt your day or week.

4. You get anxious if you haven’t checked your email in a few hours.

5. You have an anxiety attack if you haven’t checked them in a whole day.

6. You experience a full nervous breakdown if you don’t access emails within 48 hours.

7. You start typing messages in the air cause your fingers start twitching when not on email – sort of like air guitar.

8. Don’t get me wrong, I love emails but the fact is many of us don’t have them under control. Worse yet, they completely control us.

Do you need to stop your binge-ing on emails and take back control of your work calendar and your life?

Intelligent people realize that containing emails and managing them in batches (not addictively) allows them better business focus, better business productivity, and outcomes, improved stress levels more mindful moments every day. Not to mention stacks of other great outcomes. We all want that right?

The 5 Steps to Breaking the Email Addiction:

1. Have email ‘windows’ in place.

Choose only 3-5 chances a day that you will open and respond to emails effectively and with intention. Use an app if you need. I heard an available app that blocks your email for a set period of time.

2. Don’t make email your first ‘go to’ task in the morning.

Think about your day ahead and THEME it. Do any ‘big thinking’ tasks first ahead of those bitsy emails. Emails are lazy and better served for the afternoon.

3. Plan to have a notepad, a pen, and some dreamy thoughts sometimes during your working day. Try getting outside or get away from your desk and feel the freedom away from that email device. We think better when we’re away from sitting at a desk and the laptop. It is a big psychological shift you need to commit so you can break the addiction. Start to feel improved from the energy you get when email doesn’t run your day.

4. Make it a game. See if you can improve your opening email times every week. If last week you opened your email 10 times, try beating the score and making it 9.

5. Explore what you really want to achieve in your career or work.

Decide whether you need the additional 1-2 hours every day you waste on reading and rechecking emails. Also, have an agreed turnaround time in your head. Training other people that you don’t read emails every hour (on the hour) is critical to take the pressure off.

Enjoy finding your inner Zen in the email addicted world we live in.

Debbie Pask

How To Connect to Your Higher Self?

A lot of people ask me this question ‘How can I connect more with my Higher Self?’

I think it is a great question, and loads of people expect a long spiritual ‘to do’ list showing how to separate more from the daily life of the physical and material world and escape to a higher and better place of thinking and being. That somehow, this is a more noble and serious quest for our own personal truth and clarity.

Of course, meditating and spending the time out of normal daily life to reflect upon the mystery of our existence is a lovely way to feel part of something greater. And it certainly develops a strong connection to our spiritual self.

 

We need those moments of spiritual quests to give us the insights and space we need. However,  many people don’t realise that connecting to the higher self really does require a CLEARER pathway of expression through our BODY and our MIND into this three-dimensional world we live within.

Our body and our mind are wonderful channels of expression that we, as humans, have been given (gifted) to explore this physical dimension and place. We have been supplied our very own unique spacesuit to live and breathe in here. So, the mission to explore this spacesuit and what it can do will bring us closer to our higher self in so many ways. What use is a voicebox without a throat to sing from? What use does a heart have without a body to pump blood through?

What use is a Spirit roaming around on earth unless it can manifest into the mental or physical world?

Our physical vehicles can clog our ability to connect with the higher self or open up a channel for communication. Our mind can be cluttered with thoughts and negative emotions and therefore block messages coming from our higher self. Alternatively, if our mind is clear and peaceful, we can hear the stirring of our core passions and personal truth.

“Our mission should be to have a clear body and a clear mind so we can tune in, listen and synchronize our mind and body to the wisdom of our deepest intuitive Spirit within.”

 

What does it take to have a clear and non-toxic body?

Here are some good starting places:

– We listen to our body daily and ask it what it needs; food, exercise and so forth.
– We place good quality fuel in it so that it doesn’t need to work so hard and become distracted by digesting toxic matter (this certainly slows down spiritual connection)
– We move daily to get a rhythm and flow as movement is life
– We tune into and engage our senses – sight, hearing, touch, taste, and smell
– We are kind to our bodies and rest when tired
– We use our hands creatively by doing the activities that bring us joy.


What does it take to have a clear and non-toxic mind?

Learn to train your mind into a place of peace:

– Practice observing your thoughts and notice the patterns occurring without judgement
– Spend time alone, so you can gain your own balance without always carrying anyone else’s energy
– Be mindful of who you spend time with and make decisions to surround yourself with friends, colleagues, and family that empower you (not drain you)
– Work out what your top and most important values are and make decisions that support and honour these values (this keeps your compass pointing north)
– Work out where in life you are judging yourself and seek ways to develop a better and kinder relationship with yourself with no judgement and negative self-talk
– Spend time understanding your neural pathways, thought patterns and how the mind works so you can work with it, as opposed to being a slave to it. It is after alone of our most powerful assets.

 

        

Energise your plans for 2016

How can you make the most out of the next 12 months? Here is my little methodology below; it is not about resolutions or loads of goals. I do this every year and it seems to work every time for me.

It starts with INTENTION

Choose 3 themes to focus on for 2016 (it can be 1 or 2, but keep it to no more than 3 in total)

e.g. Creativity – needing more creative expression in your life

e.g. Adventure – wanting to explore outside your comfort zone

e.g. Planning – wanting to get more organised in life

e.g. Career – wanting to make the next steps

e.g. Health – resolving a health issue or feeling more vital and energised

e.g Love/Connection – feeling more supported, connected and loved in the world

There are 100’s to think about – but choose what THEMES are important to you.

Then add in FOCUS

Where in your life can you inject those themes through actions – e.g. with creativity people often think it is blocked into chunks of personal time like painting or art etc. But stretch these themes into work (how can you do more creative {thinking/strategic/innovative}  tasks at work), into your life (cooking, gardening, designing, photography, writing, music),  into relationships (spending times with friends doing creative stuff together), into your communication (finding creative ways to communicate) and more.  

Try adding some of these ideas or actions into your diary to remind you to do them. I always colour code my diary into green (health), pink (fun), orange (learning), blue (work tasks) and yellow (travel)…

Reflect on HABITS

What 2 habits do you need to STOP doing to meet your intended themes…

e.g. I need to STOP saying “yes” to demands on my time (so i have the time to get my life organised and in order)

What 2 habits do you need to START doing to meet your intended themes…
e.g. I need to commit to exercise three times per week minimum ( to meet my health focus)

This is a good exercise to see what you were doing last year that worked against you achieving these plans.


REFLECT
every 3 months on your themes to see how on track you are and if you can see what challenges are holding you back. Once you pinpoint any blockages, work out ways to let go of these blocks in ways that are kind to yourself. This might mean therapy, coaching or some great D&M’s with people close to you for some feedback.

e.g. If my exercise plans fall over – do i need an accountability partner to exercise with or a personal trainer to support me? What do my friends and family see as my biggest hurdles to getting fit?


MY TOP TIPS
for staying energised about your THEMES

  1. Don’t judge yourself for supposedly failing at your attempts; try a different path to success if one doesn’t work out
  2. Seek support outside of yourself; we are not meant to do everything alone are we?
  3. Remember that you can meet your goals by energetically manifesting them (meditation, lucid dreaming, thinking positively) as well as logically manifesting them (doing the physical actions that bring you closer to it)
  4. Ensure your themes/goals are in line with your personal values; if one of your values is REST and RELAXATION – don’t attempt to meet your career goals by working 14 hour days!
  5. Review your progress and do some self work; if your themes tend to be the same each year and you never seem to grasp that thing or feeling – then perhaps start to seriously look at your limiting beliefs, blocks and trauma holding you back
  6. Make them exciting and personal – if your heart isn’t engaged, then using willpower to force your themes is a hard and clunky battle
  7. Lastly; expect some level of discomfort. Change always brings the unknown and will leave you feeling a bit vulnerable. Expect to feel uncomfortable sometimes.

Letting Go of a Bad Relationship

Have you been feeling like a whole bunch of stuff is coming up to deal with towards the close of the year? Relationship blockages, physical issues, career stagnation and more?

Having worked with thousands of clients over several years, one thing I see every year around round Christmas time, is a build-up of old (and bad) energetic attachments that need to be let go. We all experience it to different levels and if you have done a lot of personal development work to clear out old patterns, relationships or belief systems not working for you, then you will be having an easier go of it.

It starts creeping up a bit in October, but November and December seem to be the pressure months to make any changes. Think of it like a personal spring clean so you can start the New Year bright and fresh. The theme appears to be around the BASE chakra energy point which relates to your tribe (relationships/support), career/money and body. What is not working will probably manifest physically so be mindful of any body aches and think about what emotional blockage that relates to.

2 Key Things to Change – and How to Change Them

I would suggest you look at TWO key things in your life;

  1. Your top VALUES (what is intrinsically fundamental to how you live) – think about what are the key things (showstoppers) you need to live a happy life. For example, living near the ocean, connecting to nature, active social life, health regime, working in a career that has meaning, freedom, unconditional love, peace, feeling connected and loved, certain level of income, soul-mate relationship, family or travel etc.
  2. Your GOALS – what are your top 2 super-exciting goals that you would like to head towards? What are you heading toward personally or professionally that would make your heart sing?

List your top 5 value & your top 2 goals.

After completing the your list, answer these questions:

  1. What beliefs or perceptions do you currently have that hold you back from living this kind of life every day?
  2. Who in your life might be restricting your ability to meet your goals or values?
  3. What sorts of things (or habits) are you doing that prevent you from the goal or value you seek?
  4. Where do you need more support to help you achieve your goals and values?
  5. What really do you need to release from your life to free you up to bring these dreams in next year?

Think about these questions and make the necessary plans to LET GO of anything holding you back.

4 Ways on How to Let Go

  1. Reflect – the more we are aware of it, the more we can resolve it (sometimes the body just wants acknowledgement) or at least monitor the thought until it frees up
  2. Ceremony – our western brains don’t have many ways of letting go and bypassing the brain to do it. Try an indigenous ceremony by lighting a fire and burn up any old emotions or thoughts that need a nice little funeral and goodbye ritual
  3. Habit – Take one unhealthy habit out of your life and replace with ONE healthy habit as the first step in your commitment to yourself.
  4. People – if you are dealing with letting a relationship go (friend, lover, family member, colleague or so forth), check out my new online program “Letting go of negative relationships” that will super-charge your letting go results with a 4 step energetic process to cut chords.

Make next year count and start your letting go process whilst the energy is geared up for release!