Take the time to acknowledge what this year has been for you

Without projecting what 2020 may have unravelled for you, you are invited to open a contemplative space for yourself before the calendar year closes to be honest with yourself.

What surfaced for you?

What changes were you faced with and what did you learn in that process?

Where or how did you surprise yourself?

Often we are capable of so much more than we know, and in the process of contemplation we also allow ourselves to make sense of the experience and our body to process and let go of aspects of the experience we are gripping to or holding onto.

You're invited to make a cup of tea, grab a pen and paper and start writing. These prompts may evolve into something more, or they may even just invite you to ponder this later on. Contemplation is such a healing process and hope this process reminds you of how amazing you are.

 

Kelly Dalby, Holistic Health Coach

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