New Year, New Choices

What choices will you make in 2010? One thing is for sure: if we keep doing the same things, we will continue getting the same results. This year, I propose we make the ultimate resolution: a resolution that in reality we all need to make. Beyond the diets, the exercise routines and the half-hearted attempts to give up our bad habits, I propose a deeper decision: an internal choice, a shift in our consciousness that will transform our perception of reality.

This new years resolution is a resolution to make in each moment, to make choices that are not hampered by the subconscious habits of the past. This resolution should be to choose to become more love, more of our true essence; that peace, that joy, that innocence. Why do I say this is the only resolution? Because from the most abundant source flows everything else that we desire in order to to fulfill our need for happiness and completion. When I focus on the love, everything else is a natural consequence.

Praise love for this moment in its perfection, focusing on the heart. You will start to see the “good” and “bad” in the world around you as only a part of the game of humanity, which increasingly affects you less and less, and that simple situations become instilled with vibrance and fun when you become the love. By doing so, you will naturally be helping increase this awareness in those around you.

This new year, let’s not be hindered by the decisions that didn’t bring us joy in the past. Let’s embrace a new perspective, and challenge the limits of that which we have known, by diving into the silent depths of being, to discover the undiscovered, and reunite with the union beyond discrimination, separation and the fear based control of the intellect.

Happy New Year!

With love

Isha

272 comments

Becky H.
Becky Holland3 years ago

the only day you can change is today. go for it.

Garnet Jenny Fulton
Past Member 3 years ago

You know I always like the spirit of the New Year, but remember that a new you can happen at any moment you want it to - tomorrow is a new day and you can begin a change right away, so if the new year promise didn't work, just pick up now in this moment and continue on. :o) A new year can start on any day of the year not just Jan 1.

Elena T.
Elena Poensgen3 years ago

Thank you :)

Siobhan James
Siobhan James4 years ago

Intentions and not resolutions are not the way to go.

Tim Cheung
Tim C5 years ago

thanks

Lady Kaira
None None5 years ago

hmmm for some reason I keep thinking it is 2011 :(

Colin Hope
Colin Hope5 years ago

Noted!!

gail d.
gail dair6 years ago

thanks

Michelle H.
.6 years ago

Noted thanks.

Linda M.
Linda M6 years ago

thanks