My oh my! It’s already April! How are you doing with your intentions for this new year? If you’ve ventured off course, the Spring season, symbolizing birth and renewal, is the perfect time to get back on track. Dust off what has been lying in wait over the winter and give it the time and attention it needs to bring it to life!
I love symbols, don’t you? In Angels Anonymous, the screenplay that I’ve been writing for years (and years…and years) the earth characters are repeatedly sent symbols encouraging them to take action by their Guardian Angels. Much to the dismay and frustration of our angelic force, our earthlings are often unaware of what is right in front of them. Does that sound familiar? Do you often think you might be seeing a sign, but dismiss it as your “frisky” imagination?
Symbols are like visual messages. Perhaps it goes back to our ancestors when symbols were strung together, like hieroglyphics, and used to tell stories. Spring abounds with the symbols of rebirth and renewal. All over the world, in all cultures, Spring represents new beginnings and the cycle of life starting over. It’s like being given a clean slate.
Now is the time with the symbolic energy of renewal at your disposal that you get to do a “do over” of any of your abandoned New Year intentions. Or, if that’s not the case just simply roll with the energy of new beginnings.
“Trust in the Magic of New Beginnings”
In my “Living Miraculously” classes I tell my students that in order to create a miraculous life, you need to reprogram your psychological beliefs that are no longer serving you. In order to do that you have to clean up and clear out not only your inner world, but your outer world as well. You know your life is a “mirror” right? Symbolically, your physical environment is also showing you something about yourself.
If your surroundings are messy, then it’s likely your life might just be a little messy or disorganized as well. On the other hand, if things have to be too perfect, then perhaps you might have control issues. These are just two possibilities, but I have to say again, our life is a mirror, continually showing us who we are, and that is a gift!
In the meantime, if you are ready for a fresh start and a new beginning, grab a pad and pencil and your metaphorical vacuum cleaner and let’s get busy! Here are some questions to help guide through the process of release and renew.
Take a deep breath, relax and take your time answering the following questions. Do so from a place of non-judgment.
YOUR INNER WORLD
- What in your life is ready for a fresh start?
- What are you ready to release?
- What old beliefs are no longer serving you?
- What decision(s) have you been postponing?
- Where in your life do you feel stuck?
- Who do you need to forgive or with whom do you need to resolve any issues?
- Is there something about yourself you need to forgive?
YOUR OUTER WORLD
Do you need to:
- Clean your living space/office space/car?
- Return any correspondences?
- Organize your finances?
- Repair anything… and this includes taking care of any health issues?
- Let go of things you no longer need or use?
- Let go of the past?
As you honestly address each issue that is relevant to your life and venture out of your comfort zone, you will feel energetically lighter and centered. The bonus you get is that you’ll witness new pathways to your success miraculously open up to you!