3 Important Questions to Ask As You Begin 2021

We all finished the year 2020, and we are on to the New Year 2021!

We are alive, breathing, and are given another year of opportunities to discover who we really are to be beneficial human beings to the world!

This last year was like no other year in the sense that we had this pandemic and we had to quickly awaken our brains and create solutions to help and serve people in a different way.

It was a challenging, painful, difficult time, but at the same time, it was a blessing because we were able to come out of our same old patterns, methods and change into something new and different.

Also, it was the year that we could no longer hide from ourselves or ignore our inner voices. Because of that, the more we kept things inside of us, the more we felt our pain amplified. But, those experiences truly helped us to grow our Love in a bigger way.

Now moving forward into 2021, in order to set the course and directions for your journey, it is important to come back to the essential questions, such as the purpose and meaning of your life.

The following questions will help you to let your soul answer and come back to what is truly important in your life. After that, you can plan for what you want to manifest in 2021 from your authentic place.

I suggest taking a quiet moment to meditate and write a journal asking the following questions to yourself: 

  • How did I live my life?
  • How can I live my life?
  • How can I share how to live with others?

Let’s begin the new year by being in touch with our True Selves, the value of our existence, and our love for the world.

If you are interested in connecting to your bright inner light and authentic self, I hosted a Youtube Live broadcast of the New Year Sunrise Ceremony at the sacred land of Sedona, in which you will be guided through sunrise meditation:

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