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New Year’s Resolutions

Monday, January 10, 2011 by Amanda

Often January 1st arrives with enthusiasm for what you will do this year – drink less, exercise more, be nice to the neighbours’ dog, find a new job, … However, often within a few days, or weeks, you realise that you have bitten off more than you can chew. This is what I see is happening:

You are in a joyful state as New Year’s Eve approaches. This is possibly due to some or all of the following: being on holiday, having had a festive Christmas, spending time with family and friends, anticipation for the New Year, celebrations on New Year’s Eve, …

In this joyful state, you are open to the messages coming from within you (or if you believe in it, coming from the Divine/God). These messages are to help the ‘real’ you become more of who you are and take another step towards fulfilling your life purpose. This is whether you know what your purpose is or not.

However, often these messages or the resolutions you make, push you out of your comfort zone. You actually don’t know how to make the changes that you desire in your life. Luckily for you, if you choose to seek assistance, there are a multitude of very talented people just waiting to help you. They know their life purpose and it is to help people like you. Whether the changes you require are physical, mental, emotional or spiritual, there are hundreds of trained natural health practitioners for you to choose from. The best Practitioner for you right now, is the one that you are most drawn to.

One key purpose of the Mind Body Spirit Directory was to provide you with a place where you can go to find the most appropriate person for you. I believe that there is no one modality that is better than any other and that it is merely what suits you at the time. So, if you have a New Year’s resolution, goal or intention that you suspect you may not achieve, please search the Directory (either by modality or speciality) for a Natural Health Practitioner to help you. Not only will it be the best money you ever spent, you will find yourself with new behaviours and feel better than you ever have before.

What will you do new this year? Who will you ask to help you along the way?



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