February is well and truly here, the sun has changed angle and the heat seems to be spiking higher. Change, in all spheres as we seem to be saying "It was never like this before....".
What changes did you commit to making this year?
Are you still on track?
If not that is ok, as every second of every day is a new beginning. It's about being clear of what you want, how you want to live and how much you are willing give up mis-aligned habits and work with the associated discomfort and pain of change to get what you really want.
Personally, I have taken to writing in awareness and lofty questions journal. It is very similar to the Awareness and Accountability Journal developed for my clients, the big difference is I am focusing on the lofty questions.
Lofty questions is a concept introduced to my by Christie Marie Sheldon from Mindvalley.com. Christie is an energy shifter whom I have listed to over the years. She has facilitated in initiating some significant changes in my life simply by opening my imagination to the possibility of 'I would like that too'. Lofty questions are designed to ask the sub-conscious to get creative in finding ways to address the focus point of the question. Potentially opening up some pretty amazing insights and shifts in focus which in turn creates different life experiences.
Some of the lofty questions she posses include:
I encourage you to play with the above questions, and definitely explore her work!!
"How long must you feel sorry for yourself in order to finally reclaim your happiness? Seriously. How much self-pity is required to love yourself again? When would now be the best time to start acting and feeling better? Now."
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