Tuesday, December 31, 2013
365 Inspirations—365: Happy New Year
This is a pre-written post. Right this very minute, I'm at a silent meditation course in CA with no contact to the outside world. In other words, no reading, no writing, no electronics, no dancing, no singing.
Just meditation. That's it.
So I'll be ushering in the New Year with eyes closed and legs crossed.
I so need this time. I'll be welcoming the Year of the Horse in silence.
Now is a time when people write down New Year Resolutions.
After writing 365 blog posts for this year, I feel like cutting myself some slack on the resolutions!
I made it to 365 and that's a miracle in and of itself!
But I'll give you the gist of what I see in 2014:
1. More meditation, yoga and inner work.
2. Less computer (except for book writing and a handful of blog posts)
3. More walks in nature
4. More focus on friends and family
5. Exercise and healthy eating
I was thinking I might join a gym too, but I do get lots of exercise with walking and yoga. I plan to continue working on my new book and not blogging every day will free up some of that time. I also really want to cut sugar, grains, and coffee from my diet. I felt so good when I did that before.
I want to say that travel is in my horizon. I see it, but part of me feels the need to save and to just observe where I am. In 2013, I went on so many trips and yoga retreats—Peru, twice to Hawaii, twice to Las Vegas, Sedona, and right now I'm in California for this course. It was exciting, but perhaps I need to see how it feel to stay home for a year? Maybe it will give me an opportunity to travel inward if I stay right where I am instead of always being on the go!
Maybe I will get some clarity about my direction at the end of this meditation course. It ends on January 6th and I'll be coming out of silence then.
Thanks for tuning in here for an entire year. I plan to still write posts, just not everyday.
Our next retreat is at The Yoga Lodge on Whidbey Island January 24-26! Hope to see you there. You can find out more about it here.
Did you enjoy these blog posts for one entire year?