Last week I shared my end of year exercise that I have clients do. I got a lot of great feedback from many people on how the questions in the exercise made a big difference for them to see how far they’ve come as they complete out the year, and it also helped them to get really clear about what they want to create in 2015.
The very last question in the exercise was : What one word would you like to have as your theme in 2015? I wanted to circle back with this one with you in case you didn’t choose yours. Ultimately, everything we do or want is because we’re chasing a feeling or a need that we want to experience once. When you know what you want to feel, you can then filter what you want and what you choose to do through that feeling. There’s no use in being and doing the things that don’t bring you what you want to feel.
So, if you want to feel love, then you get to consciously choose how to be and do the things that bring you the experience of love. Whatever is unloving, gets ditched. Or, if you want to feel freedom, and what you’re doing, or the circumstances you are in have you feel confined and restricted … guess what? Yep, you get to let go of what is blocking your freedom, and instead create the shifts, and take the necessary actions that will have you feel free.
When you have your 2015 theme word, it will guide every decision you make. It will be an easy litmus test to help you choose what gets to stay in your life, and what gets to go. It will help you to shift who you are going to be in any given moment, and what actions you may or may not take. In the end, you get to feel how you want to feel. It’s intentional, and that’s a life worth living.
So my challenge to you if you haven’t already done so is to choose your 2015 theme word. How do YOU want to feel throughout this amazing new year that is about to unfold? And, if you’re so inspired and come up with two or three words, that works too. Mine are : Love, Trust and Abundance. I already creating the experience of those three magical feelings, and looking forward to feeling them throughout the year! When you’ve got your 2015 theme words that you’re choosing to feel, please share them in the comments below.