Monday, December 31, 2018

Reflecting on 2018

At the start of a new year, I write a list of my goals and intentions for that year. 

As I review my list for 2018, I realize I've accomplished many of the objectives I had on the list.  Not all my goals were met, but many of them were fulfilled! 

I had titled 2018 a year of TRANSFORMATION for me.  In this circle of transformation I had my eyes set on several areas of my life.

Spiritually (which is priority on my list) I have experienced a transformation (it gets better every year). I feel more at peace and happier than I ever have in my life.  During this year I deepened my study and practice of A Course in Miracles principles in my daily life and with my relationships; I have also stayed committed to meditating regularly and being aware of my thoughts and beliefs (not believing everything I think). I am also learning to trust more and surrender to the process of life vs. wanting things to be "my way".

There were also movements in my family which weren't on my list but have a lot to do with transformation.  My middle daughter, Deborah, moved with my granddaughter to Mexico (from Dominican Republic) in June.  That was a big change for them.  Then my son moved to Utah (from Miami) in September to start a new journey.

On the health side of things, I still have to work on this area of my life because I love food and I love sweets.  I did not reach my weight goal.  But this is one of my objectives in the new year.  I have finally stayed on track exercising 5 days a week.  I joined and attend a Pilates Club 3 times a week and I bike and do home yoga.  I feel good about this!

As for my purpose/life project, this is a work in progress.  I am learning so much as I work together with my YOU University colleagues to expand our reach of this wonderful program.  I love this kind of work (coaching, training); I also officiated several ceremonies this year as an ordained minister.  My purpose is to be light, to teach what I need to learn, and to continue on this path into the new year. 

I feel I become more of who I truly am with each passing year, each passing month, each passing day!

I already started my list for 2019.  HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!

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