Let's be Intentional




Let's begin now...


it does not matter how old or young we are. How many times we have said that we were going to do this or this is the year! It is the practice and we are never too late or too old to create new habits. Our soul is timeless.



Here we are on the edge of a complete cycle around the sun and on the precipice of a new year. Think about the habits you reinforce daily that are not serving you? Also reflect on the ones that are...



pause-

write about it. five things that are serving you, five that are not, and two or even just ONE that you want to master in this new year~



First let's look at the thoughts words and actions that do not serve us. Maybe watching netflix or late night snacking? smoking? Then, unconsciously your mind and body will crave that same action and you will find yourself in this repetition of building a new habit even tho its not something you want to be reinforcing!

I had a chocolate chip cookie last night with peanut butter and it was very pleasurable. So even tho I am maybe not hungry tonight, I will want that same experience again and find myself going towards the kitchen to get a cookie and peanut butter to re enact and receive the same hits of dopamine I had the night before.

Voila! A new habit is forming!

Does it serve my highest good? No! Will I continue to do it despite the negative consequences? probably! Unless we take adverse action.


The next morning I have remorse and wish that I had not done that. So what we need now is an intervention of this habitual cycle that is either well formed or in the early stages of development.

Same is true for the positive higher choices and actions we take.


It's just that we will meet our friend RESISTANCE along the way_

Why do we feel little or no resistance for the lower choices, and so much resistance for the ones that lift us up?

Because they require EFFORT.


ef·fort

(ĕf′ərt)

n.

1. The use of physical or mental energy to do something; exertion.

2. A difficult exertion of strength or will: It was an effort to get up.

3. A usually earnest attempt: Make an effort to arrive promptly.

4. Something done or produced through exertion; an achievement: a play that was his finest effort.

5. Physics

a. Force applied against inertia.

b. The force needed by a machine to accomplish work on a load.

{Force applied against inertia.} The only device for intervention is to counteract with a positive counter/action and to practice restraint, repetition, consistency and discipline. Which takes EFFORTING~


So here is the question? What new are you going to release and what will you invite in?




RELEASE takes the discipline to not "go back" to the thing. Repetition and discipline to chalk up the days of "not" doing the thing. MANIFESTING will also take cultivating repetition, discipline and consistency. We are trying to hoe a new seed row to be planted. We must carve through the dense crusted soil of our habitual ways and simultaneously STOP fertilizing and re-carving the worn path .


Are you up for it?


I am~


I will Never Stop


Not until I take my last breath

I am a warrior of survival, love and truth

The obstacles are the bumpers on the track to keep me in the center


I am hear to F E E L and to clear the path so my light radiates and others can more easily find theirs..

That is what we do for one another

this is THE WAY....


So how could I possibly ever give up this process of unbecoming?


So here is to another year of peeling back

reeling in and reeling out


bumping off

climbing up

falling down and standing up


repeat

repeat

repeat


 
TWO THOUSAND TWO HUNDRED AND TWENTY TWO
2022

2 + 0 + 2 + 2



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