31 Days of Self-Wonderness
Self-wonder-ness.....I don't make up words very often, but I'm drawn to this one. It's my way of combining the concepts of wonder and self-awareness.
Through curious self-reflection, we come to know ourselves, our needs and desires better. We have the opportunity to learn what we need in order to nourish our heart and soul and step more fully into our highest potential.
"Life starts all over again when it gets crisp in the fall." F. Scott Fitzgerald
And what better time for deep self-reflection than in the fall?
During the fall season we are able to witness both death and rebirth simultaneously; as summer blooms fade, the autumn blooms emerge. Similarly, we can consider how cycles of renewal and completion play out in our own life:
- What do we need to let go of? Perhaps old fears or outdated patterns of thinking or acting that hold us back from evolving into our fullest potential? Or distractions that keep us from engaging with what matters most?
- What are we ready to let grow in our life? Maybe self-care or soul-nourishing practices that have been long-neglected? Or time for stillness and contemplation each day?
If you're feeling frazzled, tired, or disconnected, now might be a great time for you to reflect, recharge, and rejuvenate - after the busyness of summer and before the hustle and bustle of year-end.
If this sounds intriguing to you, I invite you to join me for 31-days of Wonderness, a new program that you can do from the comfort of your own home, at your own pace, at the time that's right for you.
Each day in October, we'll bring our focus and attention to a different word - just one word that can serve as a centering meditation, a reflection, an affirmation, or a mantra for the day. I'll invite you to spend a few moments each day reflecting on the new word and what it means to you. I'll encourage you to join me in short practices or small experiments to explore how the concept applies to your life.
My hope is that by the end of the 31-days, you'll be inspired to set fresh intentions and make new commitments for your own self-nourishment, personal growth, and/or spiritual wellbeing. As you let go of what's not working, you'll create space to grow what your soul needs.
"Autumn shows us how beautiful it is to let things go." Unknown
Interested? Register now (at the top of this page) at no cost to you. The only investment is your time, attention, and energy. You'll receive daily emails that will include the daily reflection and practice. I hope you'll join me.