Every ending is a new beginning

There are just 19 days into the new year of 2017, but I am still working on this year’s resolutions. Truth be told, observing my life, most changes of the new year would always occur starting with the month of February. Only a couple of years back I realized that the Chinese New Year is usually celebrated around this time, so it kinda made sense to me that this is when the real energies start to shift!

Now, I am still working on my resolutions and plans for this year, as I am undergoing Mindvalley’s Lifebook Quest and today, in my reflections and daily Internet cruising, I came across references to the Kali goddess for two times! I do not believe in coincidences, so I looked into this symbol further, to see what it could tell me…

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Beautiful depiction of Kali in Doreen Virtue’s Goddesses cards

I stumbled upon this beautifully written article: 2017 is the year of Kali, Goddess of Endings and Beginnings and I just felt that I am invited to leave behind the old and focus on the new that I want to attract into my life. Whether you believe in numerology or not, I personally do, every time we work on creating new resolutions or a life plan for ourselves, we ought to leave whatever did not serve us behind, to forgive and forget lovingly and to focus on what is coming with presence, openness, and love:

“2017 is a year for transformation and heightened levels of love and with Kali’s assistance, we can move through it revitalized with fresh energy, and with a renewed sense of excitement and adventure.

Most of all, we can transition through with love in our hearts and a deep feeling of peace and harmony in our souls as we let go of all that causes unhappiness and that is no longer necessary in our lives and make way for an abundance of beautiful new beginnings.”

Dream for yourself a beautiful life, every day! Aim for those stars! That is what we are aaaall made of.

LATER EDIT: A couple of days after writing this post I stumbled upon Sonia Choquette’s recommended technique of cutting the chords! 🙂 It seems to be indeed the perfect time of the year to do it!