Here we are at the beginning of another new year. What’s so special about New Year’s Day? Well, probably not much.

My spirit guides, as many of you know, don’t generally predict the future. But they did say recently 2013 would be a much easier year for those on a conscious path of spiritual growth.

Here is exactly what they said (to my partner Barbara):
For those of you who have been working diligently on yourselves, 2013 will be a year of peace and joy.”

I think the one of the best pieces of advice I’ve ever seen is what Richard Bach said many years ago:
Your only obligation in any lifetime is to be true to yourself.”

I love that, and I’ve done my best to make it my daily motto. It pretty much covers all the other resolutions, promises, goals most of us aspire to. It’s a great way to make another new beginning—a very simple and all-encompassing new year resolution.

Here’s an article we wrote years ago about new beginnings, titled, appropriately, A New Beginning.

Happy New Year to all of you! May 2013 bring you all the abundance, joy, and love you’ve asked for. You deserve it all—you can have it all!

Love,
John

Related post:
A New Beginning


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