We’re collecting magazines for visuals and pictures that we feel drawn to.
We are also collecting great quotes and captivating words to encourage grounding thoughts.
We’ve started to clear the decks to get ready for creating our vision by getting our head straight and our heart right with Gratitude and Positive Affirmations.
We may or may not have began decluttering our space to welcome new energy in! Preparing for new energy is a lot like preparing for company and a great dinner! We’re whipping open the curtains, washing the windows, and clearing the table so we can set something beautiful and delicious!
The End of Year Retrospect
The end of the year is a sacred time to curl up and honor the time that has passed and reflect on what it meant. Writer Zora Neale Hurston once said, “There are years that ask questions, and years that answer”Which one was it for you? As you take the time to reflect on the past years, also take the time to reflect on the upcoming one, too. What do you hope for? What are you dreaming about? What would you like to change? Take in the lessons and the memories of the past year. Then, in your new year, plant more of what you want and prune away all that you don’t. It’s time to write your new chapter.
Creating Your Vision
This week think of every aspect of your life and what intentions you would like set, ie: health, personal growth, career, relationships, family, creativity, happiness, social life and finances.
1. When you close your eyes, how do you envision a beautiful life for yourself, 5, 10, 15 and 20 years from now?
2. What is the vision you have for your family?
3. What is the vision you have for friendships?
4. What do you feel called to do?
5. What passion projects would you like to be part of?
6. What would be your ideal career or job?
7. Would you like to travel? Where?
8. What kind of marriage would you like? Where do you want to see improvements?
9. How much money would you like in the bank 10 years from now?
10. Where would you like to live?
11. What creative ideas would you like to bring to light?
12. Health-wise, how would you like to feel?
13. What would you like to have accomplished? By what age?
14. Do you have any “fantastical” goals (write a book, becaome a teacher, own your own business?)
15. What character traits would you like to improve on in order to make your dreams happen?
16. What would you like to learn (a new language, sewing, how to crochet)?
17. When creating your vision, pick your personal slogan, motto, mantra, or poem; something that inspires you from your favorite writers. Think about what philosophies you love, or what life laws encourage you.
All questions from Tara McIntosh’s Book, Fire Wife Companion Guide