AS the New Year begins, practice gratitude and positive expectation for the year ahead. For a moment, recall a situation or event which brought you great joy last year. As you remember this time, feel your spirit lift. You may even find yourself smiling now!
From this place of expansion and peace, set the intention to expect many more blissful moments like this one to manifest in 2015. You create your reality with your thoughts. Choose good thoughts and create an abundant New Year.
The year 2015 adds up to the number eight. This is deemed an auspicious number in Chinese culture.
In the tarot deck this number corresponds to the card of Strength. This is the year to recognise your strengths and develop strength on all levels, mentally, emotion-ally, spiritually and physically.
A great way to develop more strength is to create more balance. You may wish to consider, for example, how you can balance your own needs with the needs of other.
January begins with the full moon in Cancer on January 5. Comfortable in this sign, Cancer is bringing the opportunity to nurture yourself more, honour your sensitivity, release the past and connect to your true feelings. The new moon on January 20 ruled by the far seeing sign of Aquarius, is the perfect time to create a vision board. Find a cork board or paste pictures onto your computer of what you would like to bring into your life over the coming year.
The New Year begins full of promise, so set achievable goals and remain open to receiving unexpected gifts. Planning and yet remaining flexible is key here. The number eight turned on its side resembles the infinity symbol. This is reminding you that you are eternal, that there is no rush.
As you flow from one year to the next, every-thing is happening in divine timing. Embrace inner and outer change this year. Relax into the natural rhythm of life.
Sally Trotman teaches Personal Development Workshops and offers one to one sessions in Palma, Watford UK, and via Skype. Visit www.sally trotman.com or sally. [email protected]