How to Wrap Up the Year and Craft Your Guiding Vision
As year end approaches, I naturally find myself wanting to experience some sense of completeness. To make sense of what occurred, or hasn't, and craft the guiding vision for the coming year.
The ending of a year is an opportunity to sift the sands of time. It is an opportunity to make sense or give meaning to what has occurred. It is an opening – a doorway – to your creative nature. A New Year is an invitation to begin again.
In the Northeast, the whether has been fluctuating from warm to cold. Still I sense this urge to go within and reassess. To reflect, to glean the gifts and to explore the new. When I picture the possibility at this time, tarot images arise with their archetypal energies.
The World whispers, “We have done the deed. We are done. Yes!”
The Fool beckons, “Ready to adventure anew?
I'm not much for goals and resolutions in the big picture of my life. I'm not working on my first million, the house down the shore, or the retirement property. And there's nothing wrong if that's your thing, and they're not mutually exclusive.
I'm more interested in the quality of my moments, the values I embody, the world I create with the choices I make. I'm eager for a world where we each shine and see the light in one another, a world where creative and connective expression are not only possible, but nourished.
Here's a New Year blessing from me to you…
May your light shine
May your heart sing
May your curious travels
Deliver untold treasures
Happy New Year!
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About the Author
Adela Rubio writes and speaks on awakening your creative essence with the power of collaboration and community. She’s hosted 20+ Women’s Writing Circles, 30-Day Adventures, and Telesummits.