While yesterday was the official day for valentines, I think there are many ways to say I love you that do not involve red hearts and chocolates. Last year I wrote my first "real" intention statement and later realized that it was a gift to myself ... a way of saying "I love you and you deserve to live the life you want ... so go for it." As the year progressed, the intention statement almost miraculously started to become reality and I decided that it deserved to become an annual tradition.
It has taken awhile for this year's statement to solidify itself, but here it is:
It’s December 31, 2011, and I’m delighted about how easy and effortless it was to get the Dragon Country book written and published ... and how well it is selling. What an amazing thrill it is to hear from people who say it has changed their lives. What truly excites me though is the reaction to the Dragon Country experiment where thousands of people around the world are learning how to create joy and turn their dreams into reality by igniting their own creativity.
They are working together in small groups to develop new possibilities and opportunities for their communities, their families and themselves. The media has been enchanted by this rapidly spreading wave of positive action and it has been written about around the world. And today I just learned that the experiment will be featured on a major television show. What fun!
So many new doors have opened this year, bringing me new abundance, new friends, new experiences, and new invitations to participate in exciting projects that serve the world. It has been a year of growth and joy and I am truly grateful to the creative Universe that makes all things possible.Please feel free to post your intention statements in the comments section. I would love to support you on your journey.
What a wonderful intention statement, Joyceann. And knowing you, I know it will be fully realized.ReplyDelete
I am so delighted to be part of my dear friend Joyceann's Dragon Country journey. From that first tentative moment of voting for her as the "Self-help book of the Year" to leading my own small group of travellers -- it has been an amazing journey.ReplyDelete
One year after setting out on this incredible experiment I can truly see how Dragon Country has changed my life.
I am living my dreams. Speaking. Inspiring people to shed their fears, claim their 'I' and take charge of their lives.
Dragon Country has completed revolutionized how I move through each moment, and I am so grateful for Joyceann for opening the dragon kimono and showing me the way to greatness is through my fears and into the light of living courageously in the rapture of now.
Wahoo, Louise!! Ooooh ... how I love that dragon kimono ... it's sending me down a whole new trail.ReplyDelete