It's spring in the Midwest, and I'm welcoming it happily.
To me, spring brings such a sense of excitement and possibility—crocuses peek out and birds sing sweetly—and soon gardens will be tilled and seeds will be buried in the dirt so that magic can happen. While thinking about this growth process, I’ve taken time to ask myself what I’m planting, now, that I can harvest in the future. It's a great time to ask yourself this question, too, in your pursuit to live your life wth joy and create the relationships you most desire to experience. Spring is a good time to consider--
What are you calling into your experience in life, this year?
What do you want to feel like 2 or 3 or 4 months from now?
What can you do, staring today, to plant and nurture your future experiences?
Do you have the right climate for your dreams and desires to come to fruition?
As you consider these questions, above, also take some time to journal about how you're moving forward, using these questions, below. Spring lends itself to creating anew, with the key ingredients--
How you can bring energy and attention to what you're creating? What can you do to focus on it—to shine your own “light” on it?
Water also required.
How can you be in flow with your new dream or desire? Feel it washing over you. Feed it with gentleness.
Soil—rich and ready.
What needs preparing so that your dream or desire is in fertile ground, ready to support your growth?
Planting seeds too close together chokes out one or the other or both. How can you make space for what you’re creating? Does something in your current experience need to go in order to make space?
What atmosphere is best for your dreams and desires to thrive? Do you need to clear out the smog of negative thinking or others’ disbelief in your dream?
Share how you're planting seeds and creating a beautiful harvest in the Comments section!