Consciously Creating 2014

What would it be like if you could consciously create the future–creating 2014 for instance? Are you willing to experiment? Here is a process that has produced some amazing results for people in past years. Use it to replace the New Year’s resolutions you are about to make.

Step 1: Imagine it is December 31, 2014.

Step 2: Imagine you are looking back over the year 2014 and reflecting on all the wonderful, successful outcomes you had. See them. Touch them. Feel them. (It is through the power of our emotions and feelings that we manifest our heart’s true desires.)

Step 3: Now take pen (or computer) in hand and write yourself a letter describing everything that happened in 2014. What do you have in your life on December 31, 2014 that you are grateful for? It maybe a new job, career or business; perhaps you have resolved a major problem with a relationship and/or you have met soul mate. You may have a new home, a more stable financial situation, better health, a changed lifestyle where you spend less time working and more time doing the things you really want to do. (You can work less and make more life.) Whatever it is, write it down. Be specific. For instance, if it’s increased income say how much.

Step 4: Now, take a look at each item and see what action steps you took during the year 2014 that produced the wonderful outcomes you are enjoying. Write those actions in your calendar, indicating when they took place. Again, be as detailed as possible. For instance, to increase my health, well-being and vitality I have made a commitment to stop eating processed foods, drink more clean water and exercise three times a week on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.

Step 5: Now, put the letter away and look forward to pulling it out to read it next year on December 31, 2014 when you compare your letter with what you actually did. You will be amazed! Especially if you take the action steps you wrote down as you come to them on the calendar during the course of the year.

 

Blessings and Abundance,

Kelley Rosano