I wish you rewarding productivity, versus simple busyness.
I wish you surrender and trust, versus the forced controlling of an outcome.
I wish that you know and feel the connectedness with all of life, versus feeling alone.
I wish for you laughter and finding humor where you can, versus taking everything/yourself so seriously.
I wish for you to be in the flow of all of life, versus fighting against the current.
I wish for you to feel and know your personal power, versus falling into old patterns/beliefs of powerlessness.
I wish for you strong boundaries; “no” doesn’t need to cause guilt nor is it a bad word. Your time and energy are sacred.
I wish for you a quiet mind and the ability to relax. Magic happens when you can slow down and connect to the stillness within.
I wish for you curiosity; follow what piques your interest, wonderful discoveries await.
I wish for you creative expression.
I wish for you to try more without a fear of failure holding you back. You never know what can come of your willingness to explore.
I wish for you time that you put aside every day to meditate/exercise/be creative. Something that adds to your life.
I wish for you radiant health and increased vitality.
I wish for you freedom from addictions, of any sort.
I wish for you more compassion and understanding; with yourself and others.
I wish for you treating yourself like the valuable person you are.
I wish for you to trust your instincts more than what others tell you.
I wish for you to honor your needs; some of you are introverts, some extroverts. Know how you best react to the world and act accordingly.
I wish for you more time in nature; it’s a phenomenal healer.
I wish for you to stop justifying your existence; you are enough exactly as you are. You don’t need to do anything to prove that.
I wish for you to see and own all parts of you. Your dark isn’t bad and wrong, it just needs to be honored and healed. Your light is magnificent; stop pretending it doesn’t exist.
I wish for you love; to live and experience love from its true essence, versus man-made distortions.
I wish for you that you forgive yourself and others more, and judge less.
There is so much more I wish for you; I truly desire to see you thrive.
So in closing, I will say that I wish for you a year in which you take risks, connect more deeply to yourself, own your worth, and live from your gratitude and happiness. Life is meant to be fun. Regardless of what’s happening in the world, be empowered and create a life that brings you joy.
Me, Tina Germain, just sharing ways to make you the best you can be!