It's tricky to just sit with the new year.
Around now, you might be feeling a bit blah or uncertain now that the holidays are over—a bit confused about what's next, or where you should put your attention, or what to focus on.
When we feel like this, we tend to want to slap on some New Year's resolutions.
We get all revved up, and vow to lose this weight.
We get all goal-oriented, and vow stop this habit.
But this approach has always felt unreal to me.
We're still souls, no matter what the scale says.
We're still souls, no matter what our habits are.
It's really about integrating our whole selves, rather than shaming parts of us.
What I like to do around this time of year—instead of resoultions—is to take another pass through The 33 Lessons.
All beautifully recorded so you can listen on any device, and then ponder or contemplate or muse in meditation or by writing in your journal.
I've done this virtual retreat every January for years now, and I find it's a great way to get myself back on track and regroup my spiritual self. No resolutions required.
P.S. Sign up here for The 33 Lessons virtual retreat, just $10.
Get Daily Divine and a FREE ebook!
Sara blogs on spirituality and intuition twice weekly. Sign up her for award-winning teachings delivered to your inbox, plus a FREE ebook!
Search our database to access over 500 articles on spirituality and intuition.