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On setting intentions for 2021

Updated: May 23, 2021

I hope that you all had a restful and peaceful end to 2020. We had a dazzling full moon this week to bring 2020 to a close. I captured this amazing photo of the moon with halos of light surrounding it from my backyard.

As I get ready to enter into 2021, I am using all of the skills that I have learned over the years in reviewing my experiences and creating new intentions from the wisdom gleaned. More than ever, I am very excited to take the Release and Renewal class taught online by Suzanne Scurlock and Joel Ying. Both are fabulous teachers and facilitators, and I know that this class will be invaluable to me.

Every day, we encounter so much information, and it is almost impossible to know whether we should be paying attention to what we encounter. For this, we need to have some kind of screening or filtering process in place to know what will serve us. There is great value in creating a clear and specific vision. Once we have a clearer sense of our objectives, we have substantially increased the odds of spotting important opportunities that will lead us toward our goals. For example, I remember how I made a commitment to myself to improve my digestion. A few months later I heard a friend talking about how a mutual friend of ours, who is a doctor of Chinese Medicine, had dramatically improved her digestive issues. I knew immediately that I should become a patient of hers. And sure enough, my digestion has improved!

If you would like one-on-one support in clarifying your intention for your health and wellness or if you are a practitioner setting your business and clinical goals, I would be delighted to work with you.

I hope that you have found ways to connect with others in all sorts of creative ways this year. The skill of being flexible and not overly attached seems to be have been a theme for me this year! What has been your theme this year?

Wishing you all a healthy and vibrant 2021!


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