Moving Into 2017

It’s been a while since I did a video blog post. I’m going to be traveling a lot on the weekends going back and forth for Spring Mysteries rehearsals over the next few months, and I’m not going to have as much time at my computer as I normally do. So I’m hoping to do more videos while travel.

This week, I say goodby to 2016, look forward to 2017. And I’m starting the new year with a Whole 30.

Whole30 ChallengeI see the Whole30 as a modified elimination diet – removing potential irritants from my system as a reset. I’ll be eating only whole foods for 30 days. No grains, no dairy, no legumes, and no sugar. If you’d like to learn more about it, you can find out all the information on the Whole30 site.

Wishing you many blessings and all you desire in the coming year,

Mary

Speeding into 2012

Time is speeding up. How often have you said to yourself, “Where did this day/week/month go?” Or, “How can it be the end of the month already?” I catch myself saying this all the time, and I hear many others around me echoing this same sentiment.

Speeding UpBut is time really speeding up, or is it just our perception that it is? The turning of one year into the next often causes me to reflect on the year that is ending. What did I accomplish? What did I say I wanted to accomplish that I may not have? And what do I want to accomplish in the year to come?

This reflection is why many people make New Year’s Resolutions – to remind them of what they want to accomplish. So often, these resolutions are forgotten, or even consciously thrown out the window before the end of January.

I heard a year or two ago that the pulse of the Earth has been getting faster. I found this quote several places online:

“Time is actually speeding up (or collapsing). For thousands of years the Schumann Resonance or pulse (heartbeat) of Earth has been 7.83 cycles per second, The military have used this as a very reliable reference. However, since 1980 this resonance has been slowly rising. It is now over 12 cycles per second! This mean there is the equivalent of less than 16 hours per day instead of the old 24 hours. “

It has me reflecting on time, and my appreciation of time. I’ve been given some opportunities in the past week, and I’m really having to take an honest look at how I use the time I have.

I often think that I can fit something that I want to do into my schedule. Looking ahead, I think, “Oh, I have time in the evenings  or weekends to do that, no problem!” But when the evenings come, I am exhausted from work, or I need to take time with my children, or someone phones, and suddenly it is time to sleep.

It comes down to two questions: What is my passion? And what is my purpose? When I look at the opportunities in that light, it is much easier to decide whether to say yes or no or not now. And keeping those questions in mind helps me stay focused as I set my goals for this coming year. Because when I am in alignment with my passion and my purpose, time flies because I am enjoying myself, and not because I have taken on too much.

Blessings,

Mary

Do you need help discovering your passion or your purpose? Do you need someone to keep you focused on the goals you have set for yourself? Do you need help setting goals? Consider hiring a life coach. I offer a free sample session to find out if we make a good team.

Happy New Year!

Tick, tock.  The calendar turns another page.  Here is my wish for you for 2010:

Infinite Love, Infinite Abundance

Infinite Love, Infinite Abundance

May you know Peace,

May you know Joy,

May you know Love,

May you know Infinite Blessings!

Mary