New Year, New You isn’t bollocks.

New Year, New You isn’t bollocks.

There are so many social media post about how making New Years resolutions is bollocks because people always break them, never stick to them. There are posts berating the people who want to try and that my friends really is a lot of bollocks.
The start of a New Year is a great time to start a new way of being. Don’t listen to anyone else because this is all about you and you alone. No one else knows what you’re thinking and/or feeling so forget everyone else and make this all about you.

Whatever you want to achieve in 2015 happiness, contentment, fitness, new car, weight loss, financial abundance, love, jobs, new home, kids or anything else remember that it all starts with you and inside you. You can’t change the outside with out 1st changing the inside. So before you spend money on new gym clothes or filling out applications or organising meetings just try checking in with the inside and making sure it’s alined to what you want to appear on the outside.
Your imagination and power to live from your imagination are you strongest tools. If you haven’t looked at life like this before and things haven’t so far workout how you had hoped, try something new. You never know it could be the making of you.

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Almost 3 years ago my sister died. Previous to her death I had been someone who struggled with self love, self confidence and self belief. I blamed everyone and everything for my state of unhappiness and lack of success. It was not my fault, I was not in control and believing this made my situation feel justified to me. I was drowning in self pity, poor me, my mum died, my sisters dying but when she died I knew I couldn’t live like this anymore. What’s the point of being alive and being miserable? Especially when my sister can’t be here? I have life and therefore I have choices. I am the only one who can make myself happy or if i chose unhappy.Getting to a point of taking responsibility for who and what I was took time. To let go of all the excuses that kept me down but made me feel comfortable was a hard process but I didn’t give up. I kept going and going and going.

A book that changed my life was ‘Stop the excuses’ by Dr Wayne Dyer who has since become such and inspiration and motivation to me. I had owned the book for a year or so. I used to look at it and think ‘self help bollocks, doesn’t work, won’t help me, it’s a pile of crap’. Once my sister died and i decided there had to be another way I started to be open to other ways or thinking, feeling and being. When I picked up that book and read it it was like my eyes were finally open. I could see that my life was and is my life and that only I could change it.

Things don’t always happen over night when it comes to changing our way of being. Sometimes they do and sometimes like for me they take time and learning from mistakes. One thing is for sure I am so glad, no matter how tough it was that I switched my way of being because it has lead to beautiful people, dreams fulfilled and more importantly it has lead to me feeling at peace most of the time and that is more amazing than i can put into words.

Don’t let anyone tell you what you can or can’t do. You are the making of you. You have the power to do and be anything you want regardless of anything else.

Love and peace to you all,

Claira
xxxxxx

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