I’m not that big on them, actually. And I have recently read that some people refuse to do them because it creates unnecessary pressure and disappointment. Maybe that’s you too.
But I DO like to come up with a theme or main idea for each New Year. For 2014, I chose “enthusiasm”.
Whether I created it or predicted it (does it matter?), ENTHUSIASM showed up for me hugely in 2014! From feeling it myself, to having events occur that made me feel it, to meeting a very enthusiastic man who was just waiting to become my True Love, enthusiasm was everywhere I looked.
This was the first time my theme was really obviously successful for me. I think I chose “change” for 2013, because I was pretty dang sick of the s**t-storms that preceded it. And things did change considerably–I got a new job and rode a roller coaster emotionally and financially. So that was fun.
But back to themes that we can actually enjoy. This year, I asked my angels, during my usual shower prayer time (also known as “spray and pray”), what theme would be good for me this year. I was so pleased with 2014 in general and with my theme of enthusiasm, I was sure they could help me suss out my best possible theme for 2015.
And they delivered. As usual.
My theme for 2015 is… Ta-da!
That’s it. Simple, right?
And how does this “LOOK” for me for the coming year? How will it manifest? Frankly, I don’t know yet! But, just as I did last year, I will keep the idea of “help others” in mind as I go through each day. And I will notice when the theme shows up in real and concrete ways. I know that’s all I have to do. The angels have spoken.
If you want to do something like this, and choose a theme, try asking your angels to give you the right idea. Yes, you may certainly make a vision board, a list of potential words and phrases, and/or a fist to determine your theme. But I find that simple is usually best. So here is your script:
“Hello, angels/guides/helpers/God/Universe/sub-conscious. I want a theme for 2015. What do you got?”
And then shut up and listen.
Much love, peace, and HELP to you in the coming year and beyond! Love and kisses, Susan K.