In Spring the surge in Life Force brings renewal to the Earth, bursting forth with beauty and possibilities. Trees bud, flowers bloom, and the warm sun nurtures new life into being. As the energy rises and new life unfolds, there comes an invitation for you too to unfurl…for Springtime energy carries with it the potential for new possibilities in your life.
Every January we make New Year’s resolutions. While it can be a great time for envisioning dreams and desires, mobilizing goals in the dead of winter can be challenging. Spring energy lends itself toward the activation of those visions.
Prune Harris, Energy Specialist says this creative, unfurling energy allows for opening to new layers within yourself. It supports you in finding what you feel passionate about, become more of who you are, and who you want to be. These deeper yearnings are intimately connected with your wellbeing and that which brings meaning to your life.
I invite you to find a peaceful place to be outdoors where you can take in the beauty of Nature. Quiet your mind, and check in with your heart. While there, you might consider:
- What do you feel passionate about growing in your life?
- What would it be like to have this unfold?
- Who would you need to become for this to manifest?
- What needs to change for you to grow this into being?
Take note of what wants to emerge from within you. Whether it’s starting a new project, making changes in your health or life, or creating something new…this is a time for initiating changes. So, make a plan. End what no longer works, and move into action. Working with a coach will aid you in creating a well-laid-out plan and help you keep on track, enhancing your motivation and success. The spring season will lend its energy to propel you forward toward your goals and desires.
May this be the memorable Spring of 2023, when you took the leap to make a difference in your life, creating a new possibility…one that brings you closer to the life you desire…one that you love living.
And the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom.
– Anais Nin