Tuesday, December 29, 2009

The New Year Collage-A "resolutionary" Idea!


As we move into a new year and a new decade, it is the power of our intentions that will drive the energy we want to attract to us. When it comes to succeeding, intention is everything. The actions that accompany those intentions should be clear and concise so that you create movement forward. By the very nature of the Universal Law of Attraction, this kind of preparation for the future will make it easier to fulfill the promises and goals you set for yourself.

Each New Years Day, I get together with family and friends to create something ongoing and interactive by making a collage of what I want to accomplish for the year. The collage allows you to project visual intentions for the future that will encourage you to make the desired changes in your life.

You will need poster board, scissors, glue and a lot of different magazines, newspapers, and photos. (Start collecting the magazines and inspirational words during the year, as this will kick-start this type of project). The size of the collage is up to you. If you are doing this as a family project, you might want a larger piece so that everyone in the family can participate. Cut out images and words of what you want to manifest. Be sure to cut out the New Year date, and remember to include a photograph of yourself and your loved ones. I have seen these collages take on a life of their own and I am amazed at how they become a source of comfort and peace. A collage helps us to do more than “go with the flow” of our intentions. It helps us to direct the current!

Though you can do a collage on any topic: business, health or relationship and at any time, starting the New Year off with one is a positive move in the right direction.


Sumi Portola said...

I love making the collage with friends and family, and, I really enjoy looking at the ones I made in the past, and remembering the good times and how much they helped.

Julie Stevens said...

Thank you, I have started mine!

Meredith Whitney said...

I started mine yesterday with a friend! I can't wait to finish.

Linda Lauren said...

So great that so many people are embracing the new year and decade this way! God bless you!