This holiday … a new perspective

February 27, 2012

Family, Fear, Holidays, Relationships

As the year draws to a close, we can choose to see the bright beacon of the New Year leading us forward.

by Sherry Anshara — 

As the holidays approach, this may be the best time for each of us to not only consider what is important in our lives but also to see it as our chance to connect in much deeper ways.

We could collectively focus on the ending of the year as the completion of a difficult cycle. We have all likely felt the fear, and this has kept many of us from moving forward. Due to the financial crisis, especially, people from all walks of life have been affected, feeling that their safety and security are in constant jeopardy.

The media reports every day of the dire consequences facing all professions, businesses and the country itself. Stability seems to be a thing of the past. Even amid the economic downturn, we are all called to put our best faces forward and we strive to feel positive, especially at the holidays.

As the year draws to a close, we can choose to see the bright beacon of the New Year leading us forward. With focused ingenuity — drawing from the deepest levels of creativity and connecting from the heart — all our potentials and possibilities to make consciousness changes individually and collectively can determine positive, productive outcomes for 2010.

Working together, not in competition but in valued relationships, a team effort with a focus on supporting each other from a grass roots place of change will establish a new constructive paradigm. By coming together, productive changes — one positive step at a time — can initiate a new economy from the ground up. Working in cooperation with each other can provide everyone an opportunity to re-think what the holidays really mean.

It’s been said many times before: Make the holidays about more than material things. Try it this year and mean it. Make this time about being with family, friends and even business associates … and lead with your heart.

Utilizing the exceptional vibration and frequency of our hearts, let’s connect this holiday. Let’s focus on the real gifts — relationships and friendships; they are not for sale in stores. See what amazing experiences are born out of this new outlook.

Let us initiate a heart-based collective consciousness for the New Year. While we can’t go back and change the circumstances of our current past, with focus and attention, we can start to guide our future. Let’s be proactive and create a shift, beginning with the prosperity of supportive, successful relationships, both personally and professionally. How does this happen? The change begins with you and you and you.


Sherry Anshara is a medical intuitive, author and founder of the QuantumPathic Center of Consciousness, creator of the QuantumPathic Energy Method and founder/president of the Blended Healthcare Consortium in Scottsdale, Ariz., 480 609-0874

Reprinted from AzNetNews, Volume 28, Number 6, Dec 2009/Jan 2010.

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