wasn't for finding your site last year, reading all the newsletters as
if it was the last thing on earth I needed to do, I would not have been
so bent on finding the answer to the why's, what else's, and what for's
about my life. I'm applying as quickly as I can the principles that
I've learned, and have seen amazing and quick changes. To everyone out
there, these principles work - if you work them. Again, thank you for
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Set Your New Year's Intention by Linda-Ann Stewart. Having a long list of New Year's resolutions doesn't work. Because of their failure with them, many people have become disenchanted with them. They want to create change in their life, but they don't harness the motivation of the New Year to do so. But if you set an intention for the year, you'll be inspired to cultivate the change you want.
Do you set New Year's Resolutions or goals at the beginning of the year? What if you set and intention for the year instead? A goal is more specific and concrete. An intention is more of a trend or tendency you want to cultivate in your life. Goals can be a part of it, but the intention is more general. This meditation can help you discover what your intention might be and help you be more successful with it. Watch "Meditation to Find Your Intention for the Year."
In Sparks of Insight, I post a paragraph about why your affirmations might not be manifesting.
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I wrote the article, "How To Make And Keep Your New Year's Resolutions," many years ago, but it's still important for today. Many people make New Year's Resolutions, but within a few weeks, give up on them. This is unfortunate, because they are a positive way to change the course of your life. When you make them, there are a few pitfalls to avoid. Learn some ways you can use to maximize your success in creating and keeping your resolutions.
I reviewed the book, "The Gnostic Gospels." The author is a religious scholar and historian and studied the Nag Hammadi scrolls. These scrolls were found in 1945 in Egypt, and brought forth new information about disagreements within the early Christian movement.
I answered the question from a reader, "Is my soul giving me the answer to my prayer?"
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