Tools for the Transition

For various reasons, my “quiet, introspective time” between Samhain (Halloween) and the Winter Solstice wasn’t as deeply quiet as I’d hoped. Don’t get me wrong, I don’t regret anything, and I’ve been learning a lot. So, since I’ve also been busy this week, which is normally a time for evaluating the year past and setting goals for the year to come, I’m continuing the process.

As a Virgo, I enjoy creating a plan for such things. Many times I even follow the plan, though I like to be flexible and go with the flow. I thought I’d share with you the tools I’m using for saying goodbye to 2011 and setting intentions for an amazing 2012. Here’s my plan (with links where available):

1. Re-read personal journals from 2011, and look at last year’s goals list.
2. Make notes and compile lists (Tarot cards I drew the most, how many books I read, what my favorite books were from 2011, successes and failures, ideas for the coming year).
3. Do “Completing 2011” worksheet by Lisa Work at Visionary Mom.
4. Complete the Year End Ritual process by Sarah Susanka (for the first time).
5. Choose a Word of the Year and do the Word of the Year worksheet by Christine Kane.
6. Continue to do the Freedom Family course by Tara Mauger. BlackLion and I are doing the course together, and we’ll have more to say about it soon.
7. Write out list of goals and make vision boards.

I’ll be working on this project over the next two weeks, and I’ll share some of my results with you here on the blog. Enjoy your own process of transitioning into the new year and its wide-open energies!


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Tools for the Transition — 1 Comment

  1. Thank you for this post, and the links. I’ve already chosen my word for the year — FREEDOM. Three days ago, I broke the chains that bound me so much more strongly than I realized, so I’m of to a very good start. Cheers and blessings!

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