Originally, my word for 2014 was Trust. I have now decided to add on to that and include the word Unleash.
Last year, I let go of how I thought my life should go and opened myself up to a whole lot of love, joy, and abundance. It was a wild ride that allowed me to see that I can do whatever I want.
This year I am diving more into that wildness and unleashing my essence, my passions, and my dreams. Time to stop restraining myself and dance more wildly and fluidly the way my heart desires.
By definition unleash means : “To free from restraint or control.” The synonyms for the word are release, relinquish, and let go from one’s own grip.
Here’s the thing: we are the only ones that can release ourselves. That power is ours alone. No one is holding us back, nothing is holding us back, not even fear (though it feels like that). I have been letting that settle deep down in my bones over the past couple of weeks.
After spending lots of time figuring out why I have had such a firm grip, it’s now time for me to free yet another layer of my divine being. I got things I want to do and ways I want to feel personally, professionally, spiritually, creatively, and so on.
It’s time to bust loose and move around this world shining our light bright and inspiring one another to do the same. The new year isn’t just about resolutions, goals, or results, it’s about stepping into the light that you are shining. To not be scared of that which makes you amazing. To not shy away from that which makes you beautiful. To fully embrace and love on that which makes you absolutely brilliant.
Feel the power and live life on fire.
3 thoughts on “Unleashing in 2014”
I love this, I am now thinking what my word can be. I think perhaps “trust” would be mine – trust that I can do the things I want to do, trust that fear won’t take over, trust that I am stronger than I think. Thank you for such an inspiring post.
Thanks for reading! And love the word trust!!! You are so strong and will be doing more of what you want in 2014!
Here’s to 2014! I have to remind myself that slip ups are ok, just gotta trust in getting back up again. Here’s to us:)