Creating 2020 Vision

“It’s not about making New Year’s resolutions or forcing yourself to do something different.

It IS about focusing on how you want to BE, BEing it, allowing the vision to form, then the DO shows up…

And you’ve created what you desire” – Suze Casey

A video message from Suze 

Ready for mindful clarity in 2020?

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Each month focuses on one area (body, mind, family, finances, community, soul) with reflection, intention setting, and re-patterning.

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I don’t play favourites with seasons

I enjoy being present in whatever season I’m in and it’s one of the things I love most about being Canadian – especially Albertan! The seasons here are distinct, each with their own flavor, joy and gifts.

The gifts of spring are particularly vivid for me this year as we watch the beautiful unfolding of the backyard in our new home.

When we saw the house in November it was already brown and dry and dormant. By the time we moved in December the features of the yard were covered in snow.  We’d seen one picture of the backyard in the summer in the real estate listing but we had not witnessed it for ourselves.

As the snow disappeared we watched with wonder as the indistinguishable lumps reveled themselves as shrubs and rocks in our backyard waterfall. We listened with excitement as a huge flock of robins used our backyard spruce tree as a strategy base for deciding who was going to nest where. The days are growing longer and the sun grows stronger, and the late spring that is the hallmark of the high-altitude of this region is playing out.

Right now it appears as if there are only dry looking twigs on every bush and tree, but on closer examination, there are buds!

Even though the tiny tips of the buds are tight they hold promise. They hold hope. I know with every cell of my being they will burst into leaves and be lush and beautiful. Prying the buds won’t make it happen faster. Poking the trees in frustration won’t work. Patience and belief, the sunshine and the rain, and time. It’s a process.

When it feels like all hope is lost and everything appears dry and dead, imagine what is on the other side of the heaviness just like we imagined our garden beneath the snow. Know will every cell of your body that there are buds that will emerge as you warm yourself up, raising your vibe and training your own light onto your dreams and goals.  See your tears as the rain that nurtures the plants and allows the soil to become fertile again.

I forgive myself for believing that because things are dark and still at the moment there isn’t buds of hope

I give myself permission to find the small glimmers the little buds and focus on them

I can stay in the darkness or I can shine my light to bring forth abundance. I choose to shine my light.

I am free to shine my light today when I begin the project I’ve been thinking about.

I know how it feels to shine my light and watch things grow, it happened when I…

My light does transform hope into reality, that’s me!

I’m grateful for the gifts of each season in my life.

Each morning I wake to just a little bit more green in my back yard…and in my life. It is there, even if sometimes you have to really look for the evidence.

For me, spring is about the evidence of beginnings, the hope and the joy.

May your life reflect spring today!

Namaste,

Suze

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I don’t play favourites with seasons

I enjoy being present in whatever season I’m in and it’s one of the things I love most about being Canadian – especially Albertan! The seasons here are distinct, each with their own flavor, joy and gifts.

The gifts of spring are particularly vivid for me this year as we watch the beautiful unfolding of the backyard in our new home.

When we saw the house in November it was already brown and dry and dormant. By the time we moved in December the features of the yard were covered in snow.  We’d seen one picture of the backyard in the summer in the real estate listing but we had not witnessed it for ourselves.

As the snow disappeared we watched with wonder as the indistinguishable lumps reveled themselves as shrubs and rocks in our backyard waterfall. We listened with excitement as a huge flock of robins used our backyard spruce tree as a strategy base for deciding who was going to nest where. The days are growing longer and the sun grows stronger, and the late spring that is the hallmark of the high-altitude of this region is playing out.

Right now it appears as if there are only dry looking twigs on every bush and tree, but on closer examination, there are buds!

Even though the tiny tips of the buds are tight they hold promise. They hold hope. I know with every cell of my being they will burst into leaves and be lush and beautiful. Prying the buds won’t make it happen faster. Poking the trees in frustration won’t work. Patience and belief, the sunshine and the rain, and time. It’s a process.

When it feels like all hope is lost and everything appears dry and dead, imagine what is on the other side of the heaviness just like we imagined our garden beneath the snow. Know will every cell of your body that there are buds that will emerge as you warm yourself up, raising your vibe and training your own light onto your dreams and goals.  See your tears as the rain that nurtures the plants and allows the soil to become fertile again.

I forgive myself for believing that because things are dark and still at the moment there isn’t buds of hope

I give myself permission to find the small glimmers the little buds and focus on them

I can stay in the darkness or I can shine my light to bring forth abundance. I choose to shine my light.

I am free to shine my light today when I begin the project I’ve been thinking about.

I know how it feels to shine my light and watch things grow, it happened when I…

My light does transform hope into reality, that’s me!

I’m grateful for the gifts of each season in my life.

Each morning I wake to just a little bit more green in my back yard…and in my life. It is there, even if sometimes you have to really look for the evidence.

For me, spring is about the evidence of beginnings, the hope and the joy.

May your life reflect spring today!

Namaste,

Suze

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Give Peace A Chance

Last month I stayed at the Fairmont Queen Elizabeth in Montreal. It is the 50th anniversary of John and Yoko’s famous “bed-in” Give Peace a Chance which took place there.
There is more peace in the world now than 50 Years ago, and there can be more peace tomorrow than there is today – if each of us consciously chooses peace instead of confrontation.
You see, peace is not the opposite of just war.
Anger reminds me to develop peace within.
Judgement reminds me to create compassion… which is peace with how I see others.
Annoyance reminds me to find the calm… peace of mind.
Peace is an inside thing – not something that is “out there”.
Each of us, bringing more peace to our day in simple ways will create a wave of peace.
forgive myself for believing that peace is hard right now.
I give myself permission to increase my peace today.
I can choose anger, judgement or annoyance, or I can choose peace. The one that supports me is to choose peace.
I’m free to remember that my peace happens within me, and I expand it by looking out at the trees.
I know my peace – it happened when I walked into the house yesterday.
I am increasing my peacefulness and rippling it out into my world.
I am so grateful to Tina for sending the invitation below to me and to you, and I am so grateful to myself for developing more peace in my day today!
Namaste,
Suze

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Give Peace A Chance

Last month I stayed at the Fairmont Queen Elizabeth in Montreal. It is the 50th anniversary of John and Yoko’s famous “bed-in” Give Peace a Chance which took place there.
There is more peace in the world now than 50 Years ago, and there can be more peace tomorrow than there is today – if each of us consciously chooses peace instead of confrontation.
You see, peace is not the opposite of just war.
Anger reminds me to develop peace within.
Judgement reminds me to create compassion… which is peace with how I see others.
Annoyance reminds me to find the calm… peace of mind.
Peace is an inside thing – not something that is “out there”.
Each of us, bringing more peace to our day in simple ways will create a wave of peace.
forgive myself for believing that peace is hard right now.
I give myself permission to increase my peace today.
I can choose anger, judgement or annoyance, or I can choose peace. The one that supports me is to choose peace.
I’m free to remember that my peace happens within me, and I expand it by looking out at the trees.
I know my peace – it happened when I walked into the house yesterday.
I am increasing my peacefulness and rippling it out into my world.
I am so grateful to Tina for sending the invitation below to me and to you, and I am so grateful to myself for developing more peace in my day today!
Namaste,
Suze

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