Winter Solstice Heb Nen-your end of year review

Beloved Flower Lover

The Winter Solstice Heb Nen Dec 21st-24th

Your end of year review
Forget about the news reviews – how was this year for you?

For many it’s been tough, telling and transformational.  Take a pen and paper and briefly write the answers to the questions below. They will help you to consolidate the year, take the learning for it and be best placed to the next chapter in your life.

 

Possibly, if you are in the midst of a crisis with yourself or some part of your life.Use this time to create a willingness to create a life you desire, through gratitude. Perphaps use this time to let go of attachment to things that did not work out and find the gift you are grateful for in strange wrapping paper- so lets offer some suggestions

  • What’s gone well for you personally?
  • Why are you satisfied with that?
  • What’s gone well for you professionally?
  • Why are you satisfied with that?
  • What have been your personal challenges and setbacks?
  • Why are you grateful for that?
  • What have been your professional challenges and setbacks?
  • Why are you gratefully about that?
  • What have been your learning points personally?
  • Why are you satisfied with that?
  • What have been your learning points professionally?
  • Why are you satisfied with that?
  • What have been your key highlights?
  • Why are you satisfied with that?
  • What 3 priorities need addressing professionally in 2011?
  • Why are most grateful for these priorities?
  • What 3 priorities need addressing personally in 2011?
  • Why are most grateful for them?
  • What is your vision for yourself personally?
  • What is your vision for yourself professionally?

How could you be happy even if none of your expectations never happen?

how can you remain grateful for life even if none of your greatest dreams never emerge?

Clear the decks clear the way

As the year starts to draw to a close and we enter the Winter Solstice Heb Nen, the pace of work begins to slow down, this is a perfect time to have a clear out.

Some times we attract what is going on inside of us. So it may be a time to clear out the old emotions and practice the power of positive intention and set self care intentions as ones guide .

One of the reasons we often feel stuck and overwhelmed is that we just have so much physical and emotional clutter – and they are very often liked.

So one of the best ways to enjoy the end of the year and prepare for the one ahead is to have a clear out. Clear your desk, files, computer files and emails in the office – and do the same if you work at home. Likewise at home, room by room have a clear out and organise your life. Remember that if you are looking for new things in life you need to make space for it.  Create room for you by practising the power of your highest intention for yourself.

Who needs flowers?


We are often asked to explain how we use flowers- really, how can flowers be used, or how can they be of use.

Flowers can simply be about providing a space to help you identify action and achieve your personal and professional goals. Very often, we don’t have – or give ourselves the space, time, support and challenge that we need to move forward by ourselves. For years, people have used flowers to help them focus and absorb love and beauty. Now people of all walks of life do too. Here are some of the times when flowers could help you or your loved ones.

  • New job/ hate your job? Use flowers as part of a process to help you identify & move to your ideal career or boost performance in your new / current job & set career goals
  • Time to excel in your career? Use flowers to  help you  focus and develop the vision, belief, action, focused and developed sharper performance to move ahead
  • Feeling lost, stuck, unfulfilled:  Use flowers to  help you take stock, identify priorities / values, set life and career goals, become motivated and take action
  • Divorce / relationship breakdown:  Use flowers to help you move forward, boost confidence, set your goals, identify values/ideal relationships + self love
  • Self discovery: sometimes we find ourselves seeking self  -use  flowers  to help you go on that self enquiry journey and re-discover your self
  • Redundancy: use flowers to help you plan, focus, identify short-long term goals, perform well at interview, boost confidence, take action to
  • Retirement: whether it’s early, late or on time, flowers can help you set goals to enjoy your freedom – you time, new pursuits, pass times.
  • Starting / growing a business? Use flowers to help you identify build your business, be organised / motivated and enjoy life balance.
  • High profile / high achievers: Life in the fast lance can be tough and rewarding; use personal flowers to add fulfilment to your success.

Surround yourself with flowers. Let the issues come up as you think of things. Let the flowers remain beautiful around you as you undertake this next phase of your life. Surround yourself with flowers as the stuff that is dirty,or ugly or unpleasant comes up.Stay with the beauty and continue with surrounding yourself with flowers. Use them to help you get through,what you are going through.

Use flowers to increase your vision about yourself. Use flowers to commit to yourself and your priorities. Use flowers to help you grow your attention towards yourself. Use flowers to fully commitment to valuing yourself and stand for yourself in your life.

Use Flowers and discover their highest vibration of love and peace especially during Dec 21st-24th a time of possiblity and peace.

The Team

The London Flower Lover

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