Dreaming Into Being

In this episode we talk about reflecting on the previous year and dreaming about the following year. 2022 starts now, and I will walk you through how to use this month to set yourself up to becoming the “you” you want to become in the new year.

Dreaming into Being

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Around this time of year without fail I go into reflective mode. Do you? I dream up all the possibilities for the next year.

I love it. 

This time of year is all about alignment for me. 

Where have I already grown?

Where do I still want to grow?

What am I grateful for?

This morning, I did some quiet time meditation, journaling, and prayer. 

Here’s how I did it… 

I asked the question: “God, who do YOU want me to be? Reveal her to me.”

I listened to soothing, calm music, I closed my eyes and I sat (this was after journaling things that inspire me). 

Words and thoughts that came to me… 

Clear space.

Do less, so I can do more.

My yoke is easy, my burden is light.

I love these early morning times of quiet. They ground and align me.

Take this, and make it your own. Create your own reflection time in a way that aligns for you.

If you too love end of year reflection, and thinking about where you’re going next, this week’s podcast episode is for you.

It’s an early morning chat with me about end of year reflection. 

What You’ll Learn from this Episode:

  • How to use November and December as your new “January”
  • Why you should focus more on celebrating the wins from 2021
  • How to choose a “Word of the Year”

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