Friday, 31 December 2021

Letting Go of 2021


It's almost the end of 2021, so time for my yearly letting go post! I started writing this a couple of days ago and it's now New Year's Eve. You can see my previous posts at the links below: 

Letting Go of 2017: https://fallingpetalsuk.blogspot.com/2017/12/letting-go-of-2017.html

Letting Go of 2018: https://fallingpetalsuk.blogspot.com/2018/12/letting-go-of-2018.html

Letting Go of 2019 + Starting a New Decade:  https://fallingpetalsuk.blogspot.com/2019/12/letting-go-of-2019-starting-new-decade.html

Letting Go of 2020: https://fallingpetalsuk.blogspot.com/2020/12/letting-go-of-2020.html

 

2020 was a difficult year worldwide, with the spread of the coronavirus pandemic. 2021 has been a bit better (although not for everyone, since we all have different experiences), but still quite hard. Back in June I wrote my mid-year reflections post, which you can read here: https://fallingpetalsuk.blogspot.com/2021/06/mid-2021-reflections.html

I've written about numerology in past posts. If that's something you follow, you'll be interested to know that The Universal Year number for 2021 was 5, so 2022's will be 6. This year was about freedom and change (maybe in relation to lockdowns easing and the world "opening up" again!). Next year will be about accepting and assuming responsibility. You can read more about it here: https://www.numerology.com/articles/numerology-news/2022-numerology-predictions/

My Personal Year number for 2021 is 9, so next year's will be 1. As I mentioned in last year's post, 9 is about completion and closure, and 1 is about starting at the beginning again, a new cycle. (2017 was actually a 1 universal year.) I use the book 21st Century Goddess for my year number information, but I also used this online resource for a change (it calculates your Personal Year number if you don't already know it):  https://feliciabender.com/monthly-numerology-forecast/#calculate 

The Numerology article linked to above also tells how to work out your personal number.

 

Monday, 27 December 2021

Gratitude List

 Things I'm grateful for this month:

 


Monday, 29 November 2021

Gratitude List

Things I'm grateful for this month:

  • Doing a metal belly dance workshop with Lianna Greene
  • Going to Haskins Roundstone Garden Centre
  • Going to Starbucks and having a pumpkin spice Frappuccino
  • Finch, a self-care app for mobile! 💗
  • Cosy blankets- it's got really cold lately!
  • Walking in the park
  • Reading good books
  • Last of the autumn beauty. :)
 

I also thought I'd share another picture this month, from my walk in the park:

 

Buckingham Park, Shoreham-by-sea.



Monday, 15 November 2021

How to REALLY Believe (LOA)


I haven't felt inspired to post much this year. 2020 was a difficult year for basically everyone and 2021 hasn't been easy either. I've had several ideas for posts but they didn't feel right to write at the moment. It's been a while since I've done a Law of Attraction post, in fact not since last year when I wrote Law of Attraction 2.0 (a follow-up to my basic LOA post). You can read that here: https://fallingpetalsuk.blogspot.com/2020/08/law-of-attraction-loa-20.html

 

However, after not having much inspiration for a while, I felt like writing something LOA themed again. :) This post is about looking at how you can have more belief in manifesting your desires.

Note: For a basic introduction to the Law of Attraction (LOA for short) visit this post: https://fallingpetalsuk.blogspot.com/2013/08/law-of-attraction.html


When it comes to manifesting, believing that your dreams will come true/your desires will manifest can be very hard. Especially if you feel that you keep hitting a wall and don't see much of a result. I've been working on my mindset for quite a few years now and while I do feel better, I also have periods where I feel down again. Earlier this year I wrote a couple of posts called Starting From the Bottom, which are about moving upwards when you've been feeling low and improving your life. If you don't feel in that much of a positive mindset right now, you may want to read those first:

Starting From the Bottom- Part 1: https://fallingpetalsuk.blogspot.com/2021/04/starting-from-bottom-part-1.html

Starting From the Bottom- Part 2: https://fallingpetalsuk.blogspot.com/2021/08/starting-from-bottom-part-2.html 


And now let's move onto the main part of the post. :)

I've come to understand that your beliefs can be a big part of manifesting. I've previously written about them and expanding your idea of what's possible. You can find those posts below:

What Is Possible? (LOA)  https://fallingpetalsuk.blogspot.com/2015/01/what-is-possible-loa.html

Beliefs and Believing (LOA): https://fallingpetalsuk.blogspot.com/2015/11/beliefs-and-believing-loa.html

 

Monday, 18 October 2021

Gratitude List

 Things I'm grateful for this month:

  • First full month of autumn
  • Leaves turning on the trees- they can be slow to turn and then all of a sudden they're gone!
  • Hot chocolate- I've started drinking it again as it the weather gets colder!
  • Going to Worthing Library 
  • The weather at this time of year- although I prefer warmer weather, it's quite pleasant during October. :)
  • Getting some new slippers
  • Going to Lancing Beach 
  • Hallowe'en/Samhain coming up!

 

Here is a photo from the beach:

 

Sunset on Lancing Beach.

 


Thursday, 30 September 2021

Gratitude List

 I forgot to do this month's Gratitude List on my usual posting days last week, so since it's the last day of September I'm posting today. :)


Things I'm grateful for:

  • Autumn colours and leaves starting to turn
  • Going to Goring (Worthing) beach 
  • Getting a mocha Frappuccino from Starbucks
  • Golden September days and early evenings
  • Madron/the Autumn Equinox
  • The official start of autumn
  • Trying out new recipes
  • Going to my belly dance group's hafla (dance party)- first dance event I'd been to in about 18 months!

 

I also thought I'd share a picture from the beach: 

Goring Beach.

 


 



Monday, 30 August 2021

Gratitude List

 Things I'm grateful for this month:

 

Hope you enjoyed the post and thanks for reading. :) Sometimes it feels really hard to think of things to write but it does help me writing a monthly list. It's my most regular form of gratitude practice, since I don't tend to keep it up daily! What are you grateful for?