The new year is a great time to make some changes towards improving your life because it seems like a sort of clean start, and the energy from the collective can help propel you to take the first step, but try to notice in your own experience that perhaps it’s time to stop trying to change anything, and rather just get out of the excessive activity spiral that you busy yourself with on the promise that it will somehow make life “better”.
If there is a strong call to action within you to make some changes, then that is great, but it seems like many people are AD junkies and are doing things in their lives because they see commercials, celebrities, or businesses just pumping out all the new changes that will help you become “happier” that year.
If you are totally unaware of the needs of your body and mind, and are treating the human you are occupying like a dumpster, then you might want to make some improvements; like adding exercise, healthier food, and less toxic entertainment to your daily habits, because these changes can help the experience here on this planet be more enjoyable.
Once you figure out what works best for you and allows you to operate with the least amount of friction, it is then when it’s beneficial to observe all the nonsensical things that you busy yourself with in order to fit in, be accepted, or please others. These are all stupid extras that we get caught up in, and they will never give you what they promise, and they waste vital energy that can be used in other ways.
Basically, what I am saying, is tune into your inner compass because for many it has been dimmed by the bright flashing lights of society’s endless game of telling you that you aren’t good enough as you are. When you listen to your being, change will occur, and not just at the start of each new year. It will also be less contaminated by the toxic activity goo that is floating around infecting everyone in it’s path.