In 2020, we found ourselves in what seemed like an impossible environment. How could we possibly make plans, grow, develop, even thrive? Many of us, however, tried anyway. We chose to believe in our potential rather than only in current facts or past information.
The winter holidays serve to remind us to shine a light in darkness. Besides strings of lights, stars, and candles, however, we have light inside ourselves—especially in our energy centers.
Regardless of the year, the end of the year provides a good marker for reflection and reset.
You may have heard, and I have often written, that if you really want to love, heal, encourage, (or anything) yourself, you first have to connect to yourself.
Those who really know how to be grateful are thankful even in very difficult, unfortunate circumstances.