A new year has begun

Chaos reigns.

Chaos Reigns

Yesterday I focused on spending time with my friends instead of being by the computer. I was happy to see that several were happy to participate in the small ritual that I usually perform on the winter solstice. Each person who wanted to take part was asked to write their wishes for the coming year on a note and burn it in the fireplace. I have been doing this in one form or another the last years and I have noticed that it has given me the needed focus to make sure that things happen. Sometimes they have done so with a bit surprising results, but not being 100% certain of what’s to come is what I find brilliant about it. Sometimes we need our world to surprise us and push our boundaries a bit to be able to grow.

Old paths being cleared. New energies given space to enter.

One of the things I chose to write down was that I will focus on being more true to myself and to my own path during the coming year. I have felt myself stagnate a bit lately and that’s something I strongly and actively wish to work on. I wrote it down more clear and detailed on my own note. Good thing with these wishes are that you don’t have to keep them a secret. Rather the other way around – speaking them out make you accountable for your own actions.

I highly recommend doing this kind of small ritual if you haven’t done so already. Just stand still for a few minutes on a place of choice and focus on what you really wish to happen. If you feel you need to strengthen the experience with a certain setting or attributes such as something to drink, a fire or similar – fell free to do so. The important thing is still your inner intention. It doesn’t have to be on the winter solstice, it can be anytime. I just happen to find it a suiting symbolic setting for the act.

Try it and be prepared to be surprised. Chaos has its ways of telling us things in unexpected ways sometimes…

Chaos Reigns

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Veronica is the founder of Hyperbrain.me. With one foot in the past and one in the future she takes inspiration from older aesthetics and ideas to apply them in updated form today. She is passionate about teaching timeless skills and believes that the world needs more polymaths.

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