Word for 2012!

Millions of people are making their To Do lists, setting goals, saying prayers, and creating inspirations for the coming year. Some time during the year they forget their lists.  When December comes around, they search for last years list and plan for the next year. What was it they were focused upon?

Keeping with the title of my next book, Less is More: Slowing Down in an Over-Stimulating World, I focus upon one word each year. The word for 2011 was Write, and write I did. I just sent my manuscript for 12 Weeks to Self-Healing: Transforming Pain through Energy Medicine to the editor, Pamela Maliniak!

My word for 2012 is Food. One year my word was money, and I brought consciousness to money. I studied about money, read practical books about money, opened an Ameritrade account and played with money, focused on how I spent money, gave money away, cleared any past guilt or fear around money, visualized having more money, and my income increased substantially that year.

 This year I am focusing on Food. When I was age 14 I had a contusion and lost my sense of smell.  I have had only tongue taste most of my life. This lack of taste has made it difficult for me to gravitate toward cooking and to grasp using spices. Without the sense of smell there has been a disconnect between a store full of grocery items and an actual meal on the table. Although I binge on “foodie shows,” I love my Vita-Mix and generally drink a meal daily. I did recently learn how to cook soup!

So this year, 2012, I will focus on Food! The “foodie shows” I watch will shift from being distractions to cooking lessons! I will read cookbooks, make shopping lists, explore new foods, play with spices, and explore this wonderful world of nutrients that nourish and create my body.

Hey, I may even have you over for dinner. If I am on track with my goal, I won’t even ask you to cook!

Join me in choosing a word for 2012! Invite your children to do this with you. It’s a great family activity!

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2 Comments on “Word for 2012!”

  1. Hi Candess,

    My word is “grounding”. I remember having lived in Eindhoven, The Netherlands for three and a half years, when I encountered many a cornfield during my hour-plus jog in “het bos” the woods–with accompanying cornfields. I loved losing myself a midst the huge cornstalks–an immediate disconnect emerged as I lapsed into my own thoughts. I remember writing in the mud “I MUST GIVE UP SUGAR”.

    NAMASTE!

  2. Jean Ferratier says:

    I think it is a very good idea to focus on one word. Otherwise, too many words and goals run together and it is more difficult to bring abundance into the arena. This year I will focus on heart centered coaching. I know it is more than one word, but it one concept.


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