“My highest self is probably on a beach sipping a mocktail,
wondering why I’m not there yet.”
I’ve likely expressed this sentiment before—I’m not a big fan of New Year’s Resolutions.
However, I do appreciate the symbolic turning of the calendar as an opportunity for an ‘inner refresh/reset’.
One question I find intriguing during this reflection is:
What does the highest version of yourself look like now?
This enquiry sparks ideas for improvements, areas to cultivate, or aspects to reduce/remove in my life. For example:
- A healthier self with abundant energy…
- Greater presence to savour life’s moments…
- Increased momentum in the professional realm…
- A deeper sense of purpose in daily living…
It strikes me that a fundamental aspect of being human is the innate desire to grow and evolve.
This week, I encourage you to ask this question of yourself and see what answers emerge. When they do, consider then what aspects of your highest self you can integrate into your life now? Reflect on the changes can you make, even small ones, that align with this vision?
And for what it’s worth, I don’t think your highest self is lounging on a beach (not all the time anyway… 🙂 )
It’s more interested in making a real impact. 🙂
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