Day 2: release
What unfinished projects from 2014 am you willing to release now? (Regret not required.)
As I pondered this question while juicing this morning I couldn't come up with any specific unfinished project.
I'm sure they are present; however, since they are out of sight and currently out of mind let's let them rest a bit longer.
The one thing that did pop into my thoughts - I want to release the word "should" from my life. It's what I think about surrounding any project. I "should" have done this....I "should" have done that.
[ SHo͝od ]
- used to indicate obligation, duty, or correctness, typically when criticizing someone's actions:"he should have been careful"
- used to indicate what is probable:"$348 million should be enough to buy him out"
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I want to quit "should-ing" all over myself.
Some of the tools I often use with myself and clients are affirmations so as I write this blog this morning this is the tool I'm choosing to address this issue:
I am willing to release all negativity and "shoulds" from my life. I am happy with the present and I will continue to be kind to myself and others.
Wrapping you around with infinite love and acceptance,
One of my favorite Christmas decorations is a macaroni tree I made in the 4th? grade. I gave it to my mom. Once I had my own house and she stopped decorating for Christmas she gave it back to me. It makes me smile every year: