...Swear words are totally allowed as your parting words to the old year :)
2014 has not been an easy year for many of us. Loads of big changes happened in our lives – moves, break up’s, job transitions, lost loved ones.
But – Numerology, Chinese Astrology and other philosophies promise a more stable year in 2015, so there’s hope :)
According to Numerology, this is an 8-year (2+0+1+5=8) and 8 stands for money, power and most of all balance.
But on top of the general 8-year, we will all be having, we also each have a personal year which gets calculated by our birth date plus the 8 of 2015. I have found this informative article on the subject, in case you’re interested: http://numerology.astrologyclub.org/2015-personal-year/
I will be having a 4-year, for example, which is all about laying the foundations and doing disciplined ground work for what’s to come in later years. Having just moved countries I can really relate to that, since I have to build my life & business from scratch here in Berlin.
Send-off for 2014, Welcoming 2015
I never set my New Year’s goals on January 1. There’s always such a hype around New Year’s resolutions, combined with the general assumption that we will fail at them anyway, so I usually do this a little early (at the end of the old year), or a couple of weeks into the New Year, when I have arrived in my daily routine again and set more realistic (but still inspiring) goals :)
If you haven’t yet, take a few minutes to acknowledge your experiences of 2014, so you can let them go, and create space for what’s to come in 2015. This is a very short list, so treat yourself to a few minutes of Me-Time.
Letting go of the old year
- What was the best thing that happened in 2014?
- What was the smartest decision you made in 2014?
- What was your greatest lesson in 2014?
- What did you finally understand about life and yourself?
- Which people had the greatest impact on you in 2014?
- What do you want to say to the year 2014?
Creating the New Year
- What would you like to be your biggest accomplishment in 2015?
- What will you do differently this year?
- What kind of person do you want to be in 2015?
- How are you going to treat yourself this year?
- How do you want to feel this year? (joyful, loved, successful, abundant, free, supercalifragilisticexpialidocious, etc.)
- What are you going to do more of in 2015, because it brings you so much joy?
- What one, two or three words will be your guiding theme in 2015?
Use your passwords to support you!
This is really a clever way to stay on track and keep your overall intention for 2015 in the back and forefront and everywhere in your mind: change your passwords to reflect your overall intention for the year.
We all use several password a day – for our computer, for our phone, for our email account, for our bank account. Why not give them some added value for our life?
For example: more$in2015, I<3myself, minus10lbs – you get the idea!
Get creative! I would love to ask you what you come up with and leave it in the comments below, but then I’d know your passwords… :)