This Year Make Goals, Not Resolutions

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Many people find themselves unhappy in some area of their lives, and with the New Year possibilities, they resolve to do things different. How many times have you made a resolution only to find yourself back in your old ways by February? This year you don't have to feel dissapointed or like a failure.

When we change our perfect pictures, we then realize we are already perfect, whole and complete as a spirit, in this moment. We have a God-given right to happiness, abundance, and success.

The New Year is a great time to focus and intend for what we want to create in our lives. Many people have a New Year’s resolution, only to fail at their attempts. Instead of focusing on our resolutions, of what we don’t want, focus on what we do want, and create goals. This year we can focus on being our very best.

Christy is a woman that awoke to her perfect pictures and now has simple solutions for people. Christy realized that to focus on what we don’t want only brings more of the same. When we are focused on what we do want, we will attract that into our lives. When we are focused on what is wrong or our doubts about anything in our lives, we will attract more things that are wrong. But what if we focused our creative time and energy on doing our very best?

Clues and Cues to Find Perfect Pictures:

Awareness

Recognize negative emotions such as doubt, disappointment, and depression.

Notice thoughts. If, for example, thoughts are focused on the fact that our thighs aren’t the way we want them to be, instead of focusing on what is beautiful about our healthy bodies.

Perfect Picture Solutions:

Awareness: What areas in your life do you expect perfection?

Understanding: How have these perfect pictures affected your life, relationships, finances, and self-esteem?

Disassociation: These thoughts only represent only what you learned and are not you. You have a choice in the present moment to be different.

Declaration: “I choose to adopt new ways of thinking that support my happiness and success”

“When we change our perfect pictures, we then realize we are already perfect, whole and complete as a spirit, in this moment. We have a God-given right to happiness, abundance, and success.”

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