Tuesday, January 1, 2013
The day after: taking it to the next level
As the frenetic part of the holiday season is just about behind us, I thought I might share some of the resources that have helped me take the sorts of practices we have been cultivating in #reverb12 to the next level.
I’m not sure that I’d recommend doing every single one of these: there is such thing as manifesting overload!! As always, feel free to trawl through the various links and pick out what works for you and discard the rest.
These are all free and open access, no strings attached!
A nice easy but no less powerful set of four questions from the genius who brought us Escape from Cubicle Nation.
Christine Kane’s Word of the Year discovery tool is so useful for discovering what your word might be (as you can see, it’s not been updated since 2010 but there’s nothing stopping you from doing as I do, printing it out and changing the year manually!).
Andrea Scher provides a wonderful framework for farewelling the year with honour and integrity.
Theresa Reed (aka The Tarot Lady: me loves her) has some really fun suggestions for seeing in the new year.
Susannah Conway offers a wonderful workbook and planner that includes some seriously juicy manifesting exercises.
I've not tried this before, but will certainly be responding to Tara Sophia Mohr's journalling prompts as the new year approaches.
If you are more likely to process things visually, you might want to try designlovefest’s monthly inspiration board calendar.
And there are also a couple of options that have strings attached.
Subscribe to Kate Swoboda’s Your Courageous Life newsletter (which is well worthwhile) to receive her 2013 Courageous Living Planner.
And, of course, it would be remiss of me to mention resources without reminding you that Leonie Dawson’s 2013 Your Incredible Year workbooks are so fun and simply fantastic and such incredible value.
P.S. I also feel compelled to add: I’m not an affiliate for any of these, and don’t receive any sort of commission for endorsement, I’m just keen to share the love, as these resources have really enriched my journey.
P.P.S. I’m also starting to wonder... why have I not written something like this? I think I shall have to remedy – and throw my hat into the ring this year.