Why is it so hard to keep New Year’s resolutions?
Most New Year’s resolutions are destined to fail because they’re rooted in the illusion of present imperfections and a future, idealized version of you.
Instead of attempting to overhaul your habits this year, consider taking a moment to connect with your center and set a deeper intention, a Sankalpa, based on the guidance of your soul.
A Sankalpa is a sacred vow that helps you live in alignment with your highest truth. Rather than being a statement of forceful desire, or what you “will” create or do in the New Year, a Sankalpa honors the present truth of who you are and your soul purpose.
For example, I am love, I am light, I heal, I allow, I release, or simply, I am.
As you breathe into the present perfection of your being and define your own personal Sankalpa, take a moment to honor the journey your soul undertook this past year, and the adventures up ahead.
Happy New Year!