A certain feeling of fear accompanies the new beginnings. On the one hand, we can feel sad or emotional about what we are leaving behind and on the other, concern and anticipation of what we have ahead.
The purposes, as well as the intentions, do not make sense if they are not accompanied by a conscious action to materialize them, or to discard them. You may discover that what you considered viable and appropriate at first is not after dedicating the proper attention to it.
Here are some guidelines you can follow to realize your purposes or carry out your intentions:
ATTENTION: Dedicate the necessary time to what you want to attract into your life. Meditate on it, visualize it, incorporate it into your life although it has not yet arrived.
ACTION: Help make it happen. Take the necessary steps in the direction of your intention. It will help you discover if it is what you really want or need or not. Study about it, make the necessary calls, investigate, write. But you must make it happen in the form of small daily gestures.
VALUE: Gather the inner courage you need to continue.
GRATITUDE: In the same way that you do small actions every day, spend time each day giving thanks for what you have, for your process, for your journey.
FEEL: Thinking without feeling is not enough for it to materialize. What you pursue must make you “vibrate” in some way.
CLARITY: Be very clear with what you want. Sometimes we confuse the map with the territory, and this can send contradictory messages. We get excited with what the concept represents (I want to be a yoga teacher, I want to have 10,000 followers on Instagram, the possibilities are limitless!) Without being aware or consistent of what it means or what moves me to pursue a specific goal.
I suggest you make a list of the words for each point and put it below your purpose or intention in a visible place. Easily you will keep in mind what moves you and how to drive it, and in this way, it will become the beacon that lights the way to the direction you are willing to take.