How you change what you want each new year and the resolutions you set is something that troubles you and absorbs a part of your energy.
For the record we must share that the ancient Babylonians are said to have been the first people to set resolutions each new year with this occurring about 4000 years ago. They accompanied the advent of the new year with feasts and promises to the gods.
If we go now to ancient Rome we will see that January was named after the Roman god Janus. The ancient Romans imagined Janus as a god with two faces: one looking forward and one backward. The new year is a borderline for everyone.
This represented his ability to look back and forth at the same time. In other words, it is a month of transition to yesterday and tomorrow. Today we will talk about how to achieve what you put to mind and what decisions you have to make about it. We are clearly talking about decisions that are purely focused on self-improvement.
The words for this year are:
…in achieving in the new year. All these words mean “mental or moral strength to resist opposition, danger, or difficulties.”
For there to be a solution, you must show courage, help with your Spirit, and persistently and steadfastly strive to succeed and get where you want to be.
The decision to change something to give a solution, ss that it is just a statement, and this is where it differs from goals.
The resolution does not state how it will be done.
the goal on the other hand it puts you in the process of implementation. I want to be more grateful this year. How do I do it? Where should I turn my attention, how will I manage my behavior?
This is where you begin the process of planning how to transfer it to your own reality.
According to a recent survey, while 45% of the population says that they usually decide something at the beginning of the year, only 8% succeed in manifesting.
Gradual and cumulative improvements are the key to making change happen. But the decisions of the new year rarely concern everyday life and how this will fit into it.
So the plan and strategy of how to incorporate it into your life is missing, with the aim of course to transforming it to the greatest version possible.
In the wave of incentives of the new year, you will surely find yourself (we all do) being more than optimistic.
All of us decide and set targets that require much time and work.
How can you integrate these two into your life?
It is understandable that without a plan, nothing can be done.
You set a goal or make a decision for the new year that is either too hard for you or deep down you simply don’t really care.
You don’t truly believe in it.
Now you will surely ask yourself why do it?
It occurs quite often as we all experience immense zeal in our decisions.
Why keep working towards something hard, if deep inside you don’t care if you don’t really believe in it, and especially if it doesn’t coincide with your belief system.
New year’s decisions are about prioritization. You have to be realistic about what can happen , what you can provoke or allow to occur.
If your goals are way above your head, that’s where they’ll stay and there’s absolutely no change.
Setting a big goal does not take into account all the things that will stand in the way and how we will deal with them. A backup plan and a course of action to overcome sudden bumps in the road are all part of this process that most people tend to forget.
New habits require a reward to establish themselves. That’s why some people may treat themselves to a massage or a piece of chocolate after finishing a chapter of a book. The reward makes the habit strong and unshakable, ready to stay for as long as you want it, close to you.
This can eventually lead you to the other extreme and lead you to do nothing.
"There are only two mistakes one can make along the road to truth... not going all the way and not starting" – Buddha
Seek inspiration and knowledge, but only as much as you can realistically apply in your life.
Read gained knowledge. If you can put only one thing you learn from every book or article you read practice, you’ll be on the right track to success.
Is it strange that people struggle with their weight when they see food as a chore and exercise as α tiring activity?
The best fitness program is the one that causes the least interruption in your daily life. The goal is not to add stress to your life, but rather to remove it.
We must come to terms with it, you cannot do something that you consistently oppose.
Find something you like and have fun, that’s the solution.
There are many options available as long as you are willing to discover them…
Set specific goals.
Don’t say I want to travel just vaguely. Say I want to go to Rome, for example, in December with Mary.
So there will be a decision – a plan – an implementation.
Your decisions must be achievable
That doesn’t mean you can’t have big goals. However, trying to take a very big step too quickly can frustrate you or negatively affect some areas of your life.
Whether you decide to create a list in the new year or not, the new year shall bring to each of us exactly what we want and need.
All you need to do is set goals and strive for them.
Don’t let your life go by meaninglessly.
You can set a purpose, goals, paths to travel and get closer to the ultimate goal, to the connection with your higher self.
“Be the Lighthouse, be the Game Changer" Embrace all of mankind, in all its complexities… stop the chase, stop the copy/paste… Be… be the authentic you… Only then can you make a difference… In your own existence… and then to the broader collective system. Choose to be fun, choose to be flexible, to be successful and make your life a wonderful festival… Be purposeful, multidimensional, omnidirectional and unforgettable… Be courageous, be determined, be the most daring of all… Be… Be the New Year's resolution… IN KC Quotes
May you be Light, may you be Love, may you be Aligned,
KC. The Greek Shaman
"May we be Light, may we be Love, may we be Aligned"KC The Greek Shaman