Christine Hassler shares this:
For the past eight years I have shared my New Year’s ritual to let go of the past and clarify my focus for the future. I know many of you have joined me in this ritual and I love hearing about your experiences. And this year to amp up this powerful process I have recorded a guided visualization and meditation as an extra special addition! Go here to get it. In this twelve- minute journey, I guide you through identifying the lessons and blessings from 2012 so you can clearly envision and begin creating what you’d like to experience in 2013.
Now onto my New Year’s tradition . . .
The following ritual does not involve making any kind of resolutions, which are usually promises to do something “more, better, or different.” We vow to exercise more, get a better job, fall in love, or find a different way to handle our stress. But does this really do us any good? Most of us start the New Year with the greatest of intentions, yet by March (or even by the second week in January) we may not find ourselves so resolved. We revert back to old patterns and beat ourselves up for not sticking to our resolutions. Could there be a way to ring in 2013 that serves us better?
YES! We can resolve not to make any resolutions and instead engage in a co-creative ritual of reflection and intention setting.
I invite you to follow this step-by-step process and amend it any way that inspires you: