How to Thrive in the New Year
Guest Post by Margot Zaher
The start of a brand new year is an extremely powerful time where the energy of new beginnings can propel you forward along your path. It’s important to harness this energy now, and create simple practices that will help you thrive this new year. Yes, right now set a strong intention to not just survive this new year, but to thrive like a plant who has lots of rain and healthy sunshine. Take a moment to ask yourself, “What would thriving in the new year look like for me?” Who would I be if I were thriving, and what would I be manifesting?” Simply write down the answers to these questions before proceeding. Now that you know what you want to manifest, here are three simple steps you can follow to thrive in the new year:
1. Adopt an Unstoppable Manifesting Attitude.
The difference between people who simple survive, and those that thrive is the feeling state they have around manifesting whatever it is that they desire. If you full-heartedly believe that you can manifest your intentions for the New Year, and you can deeply tap into the glorious feeling of already having achieved your success, then you will send out a vibration to the Universe that will automatically magnetize your desires into your life. The secret really is believing and knowing that your success is on its way without there being a smidgen of doubt in any molecule of your being. So, how can you create this kind of attitude? Adopting a daily manifesting routine is the most effective way of creating an unstoppable manifesting attitude where you can easily attract what you truly desire in 2009. This means that on a daily basis you do a specific practice that cultivates the knowing and feeling that you have already manifested your heart’s desires. Our 90 Day Manifesting Program outlines a powerful daily manifesting routine along with many other proven manifesting techniques that will help you become an unstoppable manifestor in the New Year.
2. Jump into Action with Glee.
Thriving in the New Year requires that you take action that brings joy to your heart. It is much harder to manifest your heart’s desires being a couch potato since sitting around simply does not give off a very powerful energetic vibration to the world. So if you sit on the couch a lot, you will tend to attract experiences that mirror this kind of “sitting around” energy, in other words pretty much more of the same old thing. However, when you fully step into action and do what brings you joy, you send out an extremely powerful energetic signal to the Universe that will soon be answered. You will receive experiences, opportunities, and material abundance that match this joyful energy that you have generated through your action steps. The secret is to ask yourself each morning upon waking, “What is one simple action step I can take today towards my goals that brings me joy?” Then, simple do this action step right away before the day gets away with you.
3. Celebrate Your Wins.
Celebration is a powerful energy that most of us forget about in our pursuit towards success. Taking the time to celebrate will keep your manifesting energy strong and vibrant. When you congratulate yourself on a success, you in essence embrace yourself with positive loving energy that nourishes your entire energy field and supports you in maintaining an unstoppable manifesting attitude. I challenge you to commit right now to practicing the art of celebrating each action step you take towards your goals. Simple congratulate yourself daily on what you are doing, and each step you are taking towards your dreams and you will soon find that you are naturally staying excited and focused on making your dreams a reality.
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May you manifest much abundance, joy, and laughter in 2009,
“Action that is inspired from aligned thought is joyful action. Action that is offered from a lace of contradicted thought is hard work that is not satisfying and does not yield good results.”
~ Esther Hicks
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