Feeling Like You Didn't Accomplish Enough This Year?
Updated: Feb 15
As 2019 comes to a close, are you reflecting back on the year, reviewing what was good and maybe not so good?
If you are, know this: It’s okay if. . .
You didn’t accomplish everything you set out to do this year.
You lost your temper more than once with someone you love.
You put back on the weight you lost.
You said something that upset someone and now they aren’t talking to you.
You didn’t hit your revenue goals in your business.
You're feeling disconnected from your husband and you haven't had sex in forever.
It’s okay because you’re human. The “good” and the “not so good” are all part of the human journey. The light and the dark are both beautiful - if you extract the lessons and use it all to heal, grow and evolve into your highest self.
It’s also okay because you are not your accomplishments.
You are not your waist size.
You are not your relationships.
You are not your bank account.
You are none of those things.
You are spiritual being having a human experience.
Your true essence is love and all of the emanations of love: joy, beauty, wisdom, peace, creativity, compassion. You are whole and complete - no matter what.
NO MATTER WHAT.
No matter if you slayed your goals in 2019.
If you gained a few pounds.
If you had a falling out with your best girlfriend.
If you’re feeling lost and don’t know what your next move is.
When you know who you truly are, you realize that your worth can never be taken away, because it’s inherent to your being.
So relax. Take the pressure off.
You don’t need to be super human. You don’t need to have, do and be it all. Not everyone has to like you. It's not true that you have to check all of the boxes that society says you have to check in order to be successful.
Everything you desire - love, joy, peace, worth, fulfillment - is within you and here NOW.
As we approach 2020, let go of the part of you that believes you have to be any different than you are or that you are somehow "less than" for being where you are in your life. . . and give yourself the gift of remembering the TRUTH of who you are.