A seer’s crystal ball, a sphere, a circle of coming together through falling apart. Beginnings and endings enmeshed. Global unity in oneness?
New Year’s conjures up ideas of what we’d like to see in the coming year. A healthier diet, more exercise, better job are standard fare. But, as the light shines more brightly on the life altering events of 2020, may our vision expand from deep within our hearts to a clearer picture on a grander scale.
While I understand the importance of envisioning what we want to create, I’ve gotten impatient at times. Perhaps you have too. If so, this fellow blogger’s post explains why it’s important to not give up.
“There is usually a time lag between the thought about what you want to create and the time that it takes to appear in your life. This time lag confuses and stops many people from continuing to think of new things they want to create. Thoughts are real and go outward to create what they represent, and thoughts exist in time. Past thoughts may still affect you for a while, even as you change your thinking. Within two to three months, however, the new thoughts will have gained momentum and will start to create new outer forms and circumstances to match.” Living with Joy, by Sanaya Roman (continue reading Celia Hale’s post on her Thou Shalt Receive blog)
Choosing Light over Dark
Humanity’s focus has the power to destroy or create. What will you choose? Imagine the attention to detail, patience and focused creativity needed to produce both of these examples:
Planning, patience and the power of our thoughts can achieve what may seem unimaginable…
Keep Your Eye on the Ball
While it may be a bit late to start the process for a January fruition, better late than never as some say. Like a solemn prayer, embrace in your mind’s eye what you hope 2021 will be. Don’t give up. Commit to the affirmation daily. Then wait and see. Perhaps we will all become tellers of good fortune for the New Year and right our upside down world.
We have the whole world in our hands…
Warmest wishes for continued hope and peaceful humanity.
Original image credits in order of appearance:
Featured photo by Arthur Ogleznev on Pexels
#2: by Michael Dziedzic on Unsplash
#3: by Photoholgic on Unsplash
#4: by Andrea Togni on Unsplash
#5: by Jon Tyson on Unsplash
#6: by Virgil Cayasa on Unsplash