A Word of Intention

Sometimes a single word can be such a powerful compass. It can give direction when you’re feeling lost and it can remind you of your aspirations, values and strengths, helping you to regain your footing and find your way.

At the beginning of 2017, I chose ‘simplicity’ as my word of intent for the year. I returned to it again and again. Each time I did, it brought a sense of lightness, clarity and ease, often at times when I was over-thinking or over-doing. Difficult situations suddenly felt easier, my load lighter. How often we over-complicate things.

My word for 2018 is ‘courage’. It’s a powerful intention carrying real inner strength. I know I have courage, but I want to remember I know I have courage. I want to be able to dig deep and make full use of it. Who knows what 2018 will bring, but I know there are challenges ahead of me, including a three month long hospital inpatient neuro-rehabilitation programme. Drawing upon the courageous warrior within me will help me open to the unknown. Who knows where it might take me?

What’s your word of intention for 2018? Or maybe it’s a colour, a quote or a picture that resets your inner compass?

 

 

‘Courage, dear heart’ – C.S. Lewis, The Voyage of the Dawn Treader (image from Pinterest)

6 thoughts on “A Word of Intention

  1. Hi darling I to have Functional Neurological Disorder and always catch up on your blog. It makes me feel like I am not the only one out there. I know there is forums but I find it all to much. I just wanted to ask about your rehabilitation, do you mind sharing more about it? I to am going into an intense Neurological rehabilitation. I am wondering if we are going to the same place 😊 Love and hugs claire xx

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