In the past I wrote the blog Neuroplasticity, Gratitude, and Your Mental Health: Food for Thought and thousands of people viewed it as being reminded of the really powerful effects of counting blessings over burdens.
So here we are, at the end of the year. Answer these 4 questions for yourself right here, right now in an effort to move into 2011 with less stress and a greater sense of resiliency and well-being.
Take this into the New Year, making change stick is really about setting an intention and repeatedly coming back to review that intention as if it was a doctor’s appointment. This may actually be the most important thing to do, repeatedly coming back and reviewing your intentions.
Set a time in your calendar one week or one month from today to review your answers to this page and check back on your intentions for yourself. Really, go ahead and do it now and make it a recurring appointment. Life gets too busy and distracting, allow this to be your time to review your intentions on a more consistent basis than once a year.
May you move into this New Year with the presence and kindness to live your intentions.
Below, please share your intentions and wishes for yourself and others below. Your interactions provide a living wisdom for us all to benefit from.
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Last reviewed: 24 Dec 2010