Hard to believe we’re almost half way through 2014, but we are! How are you doing? And what about those New Year’s resolutions I asked you about in January?  Have you lost those extra pounds, exercised, meditated, or created the new habit, reached the goal as you intended on January 1, 2014?  It’s okay if you haven’t.  New Year’s resolutions—I prefer to look upon them as “New Day” resolutions.  You can begin again, at anytime.  It is never too late!

Sometimes fear—fear of the unknown gets the best of us. And we are more comfortable with the way things are unconsciously, and we don’t do what we know we want to, to achieve the results we desire.  I have had those moments, and still do at times, just not as often as I once did.  When I first started this blog, and creating information products to help you improve your health and well-being, because it was new, I unconsciously was very resistant, and I will share with you a lot of it had to do with preceding experiences, in which my ideas were usurped by others.  But I wouldn’t allow myself the easy way out, and I pushed through that fear to get to the other side of it.  I know now, had I not done that, I wouldn’t be doing what I’m doing today. Superhealing wouldn’t have been written, and other wonderful opportunities would not have had the space to come into my life, had I allowed myself the luxury of living in that negative thought.

I ran across a profound statement the other day that I want to share with you. “Fear is a forerunner of growth.” Indeed it is. So what are you afraid of doing today, specifically as it relates to your health and well-being?

I encourage you to take charge of your thoughts, and to feel the fear, and do it anyway.  Use it as the fuel for your growth.  Take small steps—as the saying goes, Rome wasn’t built in a day.  Small changes do make a huge difference.

Many people think their family history is their destiny.  It will and can be if you believe that to be true—as our beliefs literally direct our cellular and organ functions.  In Superhealing I wrote about the 4 steps that will help you to achieve your goal.

I encourage you to revisit your resolutions, and take action again.

1. Desire-Do you really want to be healthy? Or is it just a passing, wishful thought?

2. Intend-Intentions are powerful energy forces

3. Focus- Focus your desired outcome—feel how you would if your goal was achieved.

4. Act-Take regular action.  Use your powerful resources to take the actions that are in alignment with your desire and intention and focus.

Ultimately, the commercial is right—“Just do it!”  It’s never too late.