Create More of What You Want

So many of the things we want to be, to accomplish and restore paradoxically require that we slow down.  Have you been trying to create a change in your life, and been stuck for much longer than you wish?

Here are some ideas on how to create a map for what you want to change.

As you map out the experiences you want to create, you need a vision, and this sometimes takes time to discover. You also need to know what to start, stop and keep doing, and if you're too busy you can't see what isn't working as clearly.

You need to slow down your life enough to create a vision and a start, stop and maintain plan. Without these, it's hard to know how to even begin creating positive change.

You also have the power to choose the mood of the next chapter of our life. You can let our emotions control you, or you can learn to work with them. Adding restorative pauses to your day is one way of learning to work with your emotions.

Life does not always move in a straight line. Be kind to yourself when change doesn't happen immediately..

The right kind of life mapping helps you to maintain a vision through cycles and detours that you didn't see coming.

A big piece of what we need to create more of what we want is to set intentions that reflect our deepest and kindest desires, even if they sometimes seem impossible.

I offer an approach to life mapping that relies on using our intention, and slowing down the grasping aspect of our nature. You can learn more about it here.

​I suggest that you look closely at the intentions behind what you want to create in your life. When you're fully aligned with intentions, your life map can be a powerful tool for reaching your destination, and having it feel more like an adventure than just another task on your to-do list.


#Slow Down to Create More of What You Want

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 About Karen 

Since the early 2000's, I have helped leaders, businesses and communities to create more prosperity while becoming better stewards of the earth.  I am an award-winning writer, nationally recognized innovator, and certified meditation instructor. 

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