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Have you thought of this?

images_013_259x194One of my friends and colleagues, Mary Welch, who leads Serendipity Circles, sent an awesome message last week.  The question in the subject line read, “Have you thought of this?”   I immediately was curious.  What is the “this”?  I’m sharing her message because it inspired me … and expect it might you, too!

 So many ways to make resolutions...so many ways to shame yourself; and yet dreams are only realized through intention and action!
You can write SMART goals,  OR write a goal in each category of physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual health, Or you can create a bucket list,
OR …

Have you thought of this?
Make just this one yearly resolution…. Each month take an inspired step that comes to you intuitively.

Inspired steps are ones that come from the heart, not the head and certainly not the ‘I should…’ list.  Inspired steps come from your Divine Essence, your personal unique expression of the Divine Masculine and Feminine Energy within you.  And you need both to create.

The Divine Feminine receives the idea and nurtures it.  The Divine Masculine protects the idea and takes action to manifest it.  Both take great courage. Not allowing ourselves to be open to new ideas makes us barren and boring.  Not taking the necessary actions to bring forth the idea keeps us perpetually pregnant… and crabby!

What do you dream of?   What are you yearning for?   What will bring a smile to your life? 

What action are you inspired to take this month?   Go ahead.   Do it.  The Divine Feminine and Divine Masculine Energy within you yearns to create!

I’ll add what will get you to the “heart of what matters” for you in 2014?

Mary leads gatherings of women to share their wisdom and follow their dreams.  Her next step is facilitating circles in Austin, TX and Charleston SC.  She says, “I’m already smiling at the joy of meeting more wise woman across the country.”  Awesome, Mary, you Rock!

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