Bon Voyage Old Year!
¡ADIOS y vaya con dios, 2015! It’s time to make room for our best, most positive New Year ever.
Easier said than done, right?
We’ve had quite the chaotic momentum this year and it seems to be everywhere. But don’t lose hope! Quantum physics proves that the outcome to any given situation can change based on where we focus our attention. Professional racecar drivers even use this technique to avoid crashing into concrete walls. By averting their gaze, the car’s steering system inexplicably follows the driver’s eyes instead of the vehicle’s trajectory.
So where will you focus your attention in 2016?
I’ll be using mine to create more light, love, joy, and peace in the world. I hope you’ll join me. But before we get started, let’s neutralize the fo’shizzle out of that ishy old energy. Here’s your step-by-step guide:
1. Go through your house with Master Gardner's eyes and weed the place of all that no longer serves a purpose. Donate, recycle and release lovingly into the world. Happy trails!
2. Burn candles, sage or ring bells to clear the old energy. Thanks to El Niño, we can even open the windows and doors this winter, so be sure to enjoy nature's Lysol. Things smell amazing when they're left in the sun!
3. Vacuum, sweep and wash floors, if you have energy. If not, task the fairies, gnomes and elves with blessing the dust balls and neutralizing their ionic fields.
4. Go T-Swift on your frenemies. Hop on over to Youtube, crank some“Shake It Off” and serenade them at the top of your lungs. Trust me, they’ll feel it. The Force is strong with this one.
5. Wash your bod and bed sheets. The Sandman will reward you with a good night's rest...unless your Sandman listens to Metalica. In which case, if you can't beat him, join him.
6. Make a list of everything you want to bring in to your life in 2016. Bless it and be sure to add Miracle Gro...then release it lovingly to The Universe, but not before listening to 38 Special's "Hold On Loosely."
7. Create a list of all the positive aspects in your life and thank your angels kindly.
When making my appreciation list, all of you will be on it. Thank you, dear readers, for being a shining light in my life this past year. Sending y’all my best, most positive thoughts for an amazing 2016.
Originally published in Connect Savannah (p. 45)