I'm a bit behind on my end of the year beginning of the year post. It has been insanely busy around these parts for the last few weeks, but I survived and feel pretty good about surviving it :)
This year has been full of lessons learned for this old gal. One of the biggest lessons this year is learning to accept what I cannot change. Sometimes being a seer is not always the best ability to have. Because you see things beyond the moment. You see the future in a way others do not.
So you want more than anything to prevent what your visions show you. However, it is not always the best course of action to be that warning.
I spent a portion of this year (a good portion) in a state of worry for what is yet to come. This prevented me from living in my own here and now and present. I had to make firm decisions (very difficult decisions) and had to learn to focus my energy elsewhere.
But 2018 wasn't all bad. It was actually a fantastic learning year for me. I found ways to redirect my energies. I found ways to focus on healing within myself. I found ways to take the stress and turn it into production. I found ways of relaxing in my chaos.
I have a great deal of this learning experience this year to thank my sister for. Her senses always told her when I needed a break from life. I would receive a text asking if I was up for a walk in the woods. Or focusing our energies into our gardening and canning adventures. Or those bargain shopping trips we enjoy taking to the Goodwill or Salvation Army stores.
I've learned a great deal of inner self this year that I never thought was possible. Clearing the path for 2019 in a manner I really didn't see coming.
I've strengthened relationships in areas that are healthy. I've let go of some unhealthy thinking and choices. Because everything in this life is a choice. Some we make for ourselves some others make for us. However, it is up to us how we proceed with these choices. The choices of others are their own lessons, and my interference is not necessary, in fact, it could hinder their lessons learned.
I've started my new work year off on the right foot. Confident but knowing mistakes happen and are not the end of the world. Proud of what I have learned yet, knowing there is still so much more to learn. Being thankful for those who are by my side and help me through.
I'm looking forward to a more productive 2019. This year I plan to teach myself how to push the important aspects of life to the forefront and let worry only take up enough time that it doesn't hinder progress.
I asked for signs of how things should go for this year and I've received many pointing me in the right direction. So, as I move into this new year I have new direction, a renewed hope, and a fresh start.
Everyone have a lovely day!!!
Blessings to all!!!