Starting The Year Off Right

yearoffrightSo here we are, the first full week of the new year. 2015 is going to be a powerhouse and offers a lot of potential for us to get ahead. There are so many ways to look at this, but I’m speaking from a cosmic standpoint. Cosmically there are planetary alignments taking place that have not happened in decades. The planets and the way they line up have so much to do with the energy we feel and the momentum behind our actions. If you’ve ever felt extremely motivated to get your career going it’s probably because you had Saturn (the teacher, taskmaster planet) or Mars (the planet of action) putting some fire behind your actions. From a numerological prospective 2015=8. This is the number of infinity. As we know the symbiotic 8 goes around and makes two full circles to conjoin in a repeating pattern. This is symbolic of energy and action. The universe is all interconnected. Whatever we put out comes back to us. If we start the year off right with a lot of umph than we surely we’ll be on the right track. We just have to keep focused and keep the momentum going. We’re all like little rabbits at the start of the year. We’re pumped. We’ve got high hopes and great aspirations. Unfortunately we lose that drive somewhere along the way. This year I’m taking little baby steps to turn these little actions into habit. I’ve set up a plan to do a little something. Not a lot. No real huge goal in mind for now. Yes there is an ultimate goal I have in mind ideally, but for now, I’m more focused on making it habit forming. So I will just do that little bit for at least 40 days until it is second nature and habitual. I’ve also been practicing, ‘The Secret.’ Positive affirmations go a long way. Seeing is believing. So essentially if we can see our selves in a certain ideal situation or job or home then we can manifest it. Creative visualization works. I think the reason people are so pessimistic at times is they want to snap their fingers and have this new life magically appear. It takes time and a lot of creative visualization. Staying focused and knowing where it is you want to go you will surely come up with a road map for that final destination. Without a step by step roadmap we are little like lost sailors at sea. Once we come up with our road map then we just follow the directions step by step and it will most certainly get us to our destination.

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Sue Dhillon is an Indian American writer, journalist, and trainer.

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