Don’t ask what the world needs. Ask what makes you come alive and go do that. Because what the world needs is people who have come alive. – Howard Thurman
It’s the year-end, and you may not be happy with how 2017 treated you. You may have started setting your goals for 2018, determined to have a better year.
Instead of being regretful, frustrated and angry at the world, why not try a different approach? Next Year’s goals could look something like this:
It’s the 21-Day Heart Dancing Challenge. Designed to help you create a daily mindfulness practice, it also will change your perspective on yourself, your life, and your place in the world.
Don’t believe me? Nothing I say will convince your intellect that a daily mindfulness practice brings more peace, happiness, and joy in your life. The skeptic in you will always resist. The cynic that loves to snicker at these concepts is probably having a field day right now.
I can’t fight your skeptical or cynical voices. They’re in your head, not mine.
If you want to keep living with those voices that drive you crazy, go right ahead. But there is another different way to live. It’s called Heart Dancing.
What I can do is throw down a challenge. Join the 21-Day Heart Dancing Challenge, establish your daily practice of meditation, journaling, and intentional creation. If you have faithfully completed each day’s work, and you still don’t believe in the power of daily practice, I will publicly acknowledge that you were right.
On the other hand, if you find at the end of the challenge that you have changed and feel more alive, then we both win.
Do we have a deal?