Our Dreams are what we live for. They are a glimpse into the future we are creating. Before we can live the life of our dreams, it is vital that we take time to set intentions to keep us on the path.
2010 has been a year of transition and lessons, great joy and sadness, opportunities and flopportunities*.
Let’s take a look at the nuggets that 2010 had to offer us both personally and as a community and culture, and focus on what is positive in our lives to create our intentions for 2011.
I have designed a simple fill-in-the-blanks worksheet for you to review your goals, appreciate the lessons, and celebrate the successes of this year, and create from your passions to set intentions for next year. Even if you only answer one question per day starting today, you will be done well before the beginning of the year and on your way to a prosperous start.
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This weekend we will gather a group of friends to help us harvest olives to be pressed into luscious oil. I love this time of year because the seeds that were planted and the fruit that was cultivated are ready to be enjoyed in abundance.
It is also a great time to take a look at what we are harvesting in our lives. What business or personal goals are we harvesting? What health or relationship dynamics are present? What are we harvesting that is meaningful? Radiant?
On a recent visit to a Hindu temple in Bali, dressed in my sarong and scarf, I was carrying a large offering basket on my head. I was with Ron, Sudi, and Nyoman, so of course, I was carrying the basket, men don’t carry offering baskets on their head.
We walked up several stairs and into a beautiful temple overlooking the beach. A few steps after I had walked under an archway leading to the temple, a big monkey jumped out of nowhere onto my head. It had one claw gripping my ponytail-bun and was pillaging the offering of food, flowers, and incense.
It was the most bizarre feeling since I couldn’t see him because of the large basket and the monkey had total control of my head with my hair.
I said to Ron “I need some help, there’s a monkey on my head”, being the daring, brave man that he is, he quickly swat it away, and saved me. I had to laugh because it was such a strange encounter, but he had gotten away with a handful of our offerings.