In the world of spirituality and the occult over the years, we've made a very big fuss over the skill of visualization.
So much importance has been placed on it that people actually experience comparison guilt over not being able to do it. They'll compare their abilities to others, and when their mind's eye presents them with fuzzy images, they degrade themselves.
But none of that is necessary.
We've all experienced it. No matter what job you have or industry you're in, or even if it's just at home, we all have some negative stuff that pops up for us.
Whether it's someone's negative comments on a YouTube video or a blog post, or it's someone who just complains about work for a half hour while you're waiting for them to leave so you can start your shift ... it's a thing we all face.
It gets especially difficult to deal with when you're all amped up, juiced, and ready to rock the day's socks off.
Did you have a shit year? Cause I think a lot of us have had a shit year. And it is THAT time of year now - the time for revisiting, relinquishing the truth to ourselves, and deciding to step forward into something greater. (My Gods, this year has flown by!)
Every year when it gets to be the last few weeks of December, I start to think about New Year’s Resolutions. But the fact is, I never set them. And I don’t set them because, inevitably, I will fall flat on my face trying to keep up with them.
Instead, I have to clear my emotional junk from the year before. Because if you can do that, then you can step forward into the year ahead with a clean slate to win it. You can be ready to step out into even more greatness than you had last year.
Want to know how I do it?