Happy New Year! Isn’t it wonderful that we all get to start a new time in our lives? This is the perfect time to open to the emerging “you”!
As I was doing my morning practice, I began to envision my new year. During my meditation I called in the life I want to create this year. I don’t like goal-setting and resolutions because I do not believe they create enough synergy for my life. I like the possibilities that come in the forms of what I am creating and manifesting through the expansion of my consciousness. Moving into a new year from that place allows me to fully understand that I am “creating” the life that I live.
What if I told you I could show you the value of your ego in your spiritual development? If I said that following your ego will help you to discover your own sacredness, would you believe me?
The ego has become misunderstood in recent years. Harkening back to the Freudian concept, the ego is the part of your mind that balances your desires with what is reasonably attainable. It is the part of your mind that can truly be called “the self.” It is within this self that the deepest and most important of the sacred mysteries wait.
Anyone can set a goal but how many goals have you set and actually achieved? Setting a goal is a conscious act but achieving a goal is a spiritual act. In order to achieve a goal we have to impress the idea onto our subconscious part of our brain. Our subconscious is where our beliefs are. Once an idea or a thought has become a belief, a thought we have practiced over and over, it will then manifest, but not before that. Once your new thought becomes a belief you are unstoppable.