Tuesday, December 31, 2013

Bring it on 2014



It is that time of the year when everyone is eager to welcome the New Year. I am also eagerly waiting for the New Year with renewed hope. 2013 was an average year. However, I am very sure that the hard lessons I learned in the year 2013 will help me grow both personally as well as professionally in the year 2014. One positive thing I did in the year 2013 was taking to meditation in a strong way. Though I am still an amateur, the good thing is that I haven’t given up. I am still at it and hoping to master it in the year 2014.


There is a voice within that tells me that 2014 will be a game changer year for me. My sixth sense has given subtle indication about this through a dream. I am curiously waiting for each day to unravel the mystery and magic that year 2014 has wrapped for me. I have resolved to achieve some personal and professional goals in the New Year. I am sure I will be able to achieve them. 


2013 was not good for the blogger in me as well. 2012 was worse but I could have definitely done better in the year 2013. This is one big change that I am aiming for. In fact, one of my goals is to write at least one blog every month. This does not look like a big thing but for someone who writes only when there is a strong urge to write, it definitely is a challenge. Something that gives me confidence is that to write one has to be a very good observer. Meditation is all about getting into a witnessing mode. If I ensure that I meditate daily, I am sure that I will empower the observer in me and thus help me develop the writer in me.


To Almighty God, I have just one request and that is to guide my intellect to the right path in everything I do. I would like to end this post with an affirmation from Swami Yogananda Paramhansa:



“I will reason, I will will, and I will act, but guide my reason, will and activity to the right path in everything.”

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