Good intentions are the worst. There, I said it. Just think about it for a moment. All of us “intend” to do a lot of things. We make plans. We write our lists. Each month on the New Moon I even send a message to my coven asking them what intentions they are setting for
Tomorrow is Samhain, for some, the Witches’ New Year. This is the time when I review my previous year’s goals, reflect on what I have accomplished, and those that remain incomplete. It has been an extremely good year, with many of my goals checked off. Still, there were a couple that remained unmet. Those goals
We may think we came into this world with a set “thing” we have to do or accomplish. Yet my purpose wasn’t singular – and it didn’t need to be. Like the zinnia in my hand, it had layers, was multi-faceted and winding. I was holding the guide to my goals. I was finding my petals of purpose.
It’s the second of January and many of you may be reading the resolutions you wrote for the New Year. Are you wondering how you are going to accomplish these resolutions? Do they sound unattainable, or more of a wish list than anything else? How do we go about turning our resolutions into goals? What