Let's take score of our personal wellbeing to ask the gift we truly desire
Mirror, mirror on the wall, let me review my wellbeing to know it all.
How has your health been in 2018?
Is there a particular part of your body that has been painful?
What illness did come up? What happened and when?
Has your health improved or impaired?
Do you see a relationship between your health and experiences in your life?
Who do you love?
How did love evolve in your life over the year?
Who has been your family this year? How was this relationship?
How has been the relationship with your partner?
Which friendships have revealed themselves this year?
ACHIEVEMENT IN LIFE
What were your biggest challenges in your work in 2018?
What achievements have you made that make you smile?
What have you done you’re not proud of?
What went different than expected?
What was home for you in 2018?
How has your home changed over the year?
What are you grateful for?
When have you felt frightened? And for what?
What has given you serious grief?
What would be the first word that comes to mind when you ask yourself how have I been doing in 2018?
Is there something else that significantly influenced your wellbeing in a positive or negative way?
Our deepest desire is to discover and experience the parts we love and don't love of ourselves.
You don't need to use this reflection as a call to action. While you write down your answers notice your emotions and any physical sensations that pop up. Then put your answers away, maybe read them again or let them go.
I personally belief that everything we experience serves a purpose. After a series of adventures and experiences that have caused heartbreak, tears, and smiles I understand it even more than ever before. Our deepest desire is to discover and experience the parts we love and don’t love of ourselves. We want to get to know our fears and destructive behaviour to no longer limit ourselves so we live our loving potential. Every person and situation holds up a mirror, thereby showing us a reflection of who we truly are. Sometimes this reflection is amazingly beautiful. For example, when we fall in love, the birth of a child, or the start of a new project. Sometimes we prefer to refuse the reflection the mirror. For example, when we are in an argument with someone about their destructive behaviour, when a terrible disease shows itself, or when life does not go how we expected it to be. It’s ok, if sometimes you don’t want to look in the mirror. Another person or experience will come to hold up the mirror again with patience. Until you are ready to have a look.
What lessons have you learned this 2018?
What do you truly desire?
Have a lovely Christmas.