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Happy New You

We are multifaceted divine beings in a human body on a journey of growth and development. Each of us is looking for balance in our life. If any one facet is out of sync, we can develop symptoms which can affect other areas of our life.

It’s a new year, time to turn over a new leaf and make some positive changes. Rather than trying to change those around you, develop a relationship with yourself. If you try some of these suggestions I believe a true metamorphosis will occur and your life will be a better place to be. But remember, these things take time.


Grief, anger, guilt or resentment can be a heavy load to bear. Professional therapy works. A religious teacher, Reiki Master or a psychologist (to mention a few) can help to resolve deep-seated issues and lighten your load. Reach out and recognize that we all need help and support even if it means being vulnerable. Trust the process.


A healthy sex life is a natural function of the our species and not just for the young. Being sexually active with a loving partner could and should be a satisfying and joyous experience. There are many reasons why we can become sexually dysfunctional. It is important to communicate with your partner to ignite the desire. It is your right.


Friendships need to be nurtured. Make a quick call to say hi or a write a short note to let them know they’re in your thoughts. Make a commitment to get together as a group at least once a month to celebrate a special event or a have a pot-luck dinner. This will create lifelong bonds, provide a sense of belonging and increase your sense of personal fulfillment.


Stimulate your mind and educate yourself. Pick up a book or magazine and read a paragraph, page or chapter every day. This daily habit can improve your knowledge, memory and general awareness. Reading will also expand your vocabulary and motivate you in many ways. Keep a dictionary handy.


Considering a more active lifestyle? Try these energy-building tips. Avoid flour products such as bread, bagels, muffins and pastas. Drink at least two liters of filtered water per day and start a vitamin program. It’s that simple.


We’re all born with intuition, but we live in a culture that teaches us to look outside of ourselves. Pay attention to the deep wisdom of intuition. Ask the question and trust that the answer lies within. Listen for the response and have the courage to accept and act upon what you hear. Don’t allow self-doubt or fear to override your true inner feelings.


Spirit is the life force, the breath and the soul. It is what we see when we look into someone’s eyes. Lift your spirits this year. Do some homework. Look back and see what’s been missing in your life. What is your heart’s desire? Be honest. Take that class or change your profession. Only you have the power to create your own happiness.


Keeping up with the Jones’ is a attitude profound in today’s society. Credit cards, overdrafts, don’t pay till next year and dining out…forget it! We should strive to live within our means and not the opposite. Change your attitude about money and don’t associate saving it with deprivation. Instead, think of this process as a positive choice you’ve made to create abundance. Financial wellness is a state of mind. Start today.