Ashley

How I Set Intentions for the New Year

I’m personally not a fan of resolutions. I say this because when I was younger, I used to make resolutions, and I just felt like I sabotaged myself. I remember specifically Onetime saying, you know what my resolution is to work out more, and I think (I’m not even joking) I didn’t step into a gym once that year. So I have this weird superstition that I don’t make resolutions. What I love to do, and has become A tradition the last couple of years, is I like to do a meditation through the den meditation. It’s something that I started doing three years ago, which, as you know, I’m a huge fan of meditation.

The Den meditation is located in Los Angeles, but they have online classes that you can sign up for, and they always have one on New Year’s Eve. I like the idea of breathing out the last year setting intentions, and just bringing in new energy. There’s something about feeling grounded heading into the unknown that’s great for me mentally. The classes are inexpensive and take place in your own home, making it the perfect New Year’s Eve activity.

It’s so lovely waking up on New Year’s Day feeling great and clear and not waking up feeling shitty with a hangover. I think it’s essential to come into the new year feeling great! So light some candles, take out your crystals, and find something that inspires you!

Tips for connecting to and cultivating your intentions

  • – Get clear with your intentions: Sit down and think about the purpose behind each of them, why you want to focus on them, and how you can apply them to your life everyday.
  • Don’t act on emotions: Instead, see your emotions as a superpower. Remember, the only person in charge of how you respond to things is you, not your emotional state changes.
  • Have empathy for yourself: Nobody’s perfect. Always come from a place of empathy when you feel yourself getting off course.
  • Listen closely to your thoughts: Pay close attention to your own thoughts and feelings, the same way you would listen to anyone else if they wanted your perspective. Words are powerful, even if they’re in your own head.
  • Let go of the outcome: I’ve said this before, but the only way to manifest an intention properly is to detach from the outcome. Fixating on what you want the end result to be will only delay the process.

I hope you have a happy and healthy start to the new year!

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