Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Inquiry Into 2014

This morning I woke up feeling full of creative energy, joy, and happiness bursting at the seams. I feel as if I am closer to being my true authentic self this year, than I have felt in a really long time, which makes me feel really fantastic. I have been working (in my personal journal) on answering  '22 Questions that long to be asked' from Shiloh Sophia's most recent email, and it's been an exciting eye-opening experience, that I would like to share with you.


At the beginning of every year I become obsessed with finding the language for who, what, where, why, when and what for.

One of the ways I work with the changing energies of my desires for what I want to create in the new year has to do with a very wonderful word - INQUIRY. Inside of it is everything that could be, but isn't yet or isn't clear yet...but more importantly: I get to choose. And the way that I choose is to INQUIRE into myself and consult with my life plan.

I am sharing with you the 22 questions I ask myself, not just at the beginning of the year, but on a regular basis. Often I am driven to this inquiry ritual for "moving on" through restlessness.

Yes I find it delicious, this work of invention is so enlivening to the soul. If your soul is parched, feed it some nourishment through inquiry.


  1. What is it I am committed to starting?
  2. What is it I am committed to finishing?
  3. Who is it I am excited about being?
  4. Who is it in me I am excited about letting go?
  5. Where is it I will spend my time?
  6. Where is it I will spend less of my time?
  7. Who will I reach out to and connect with?
  8. Who will I surrender and let go?
  9. What is it I feel really good about?
  10. What is it I need to forgive myself for?
  11. What abundance am I going to bring forth?
  12. What excess am I going to release?
  13. How will I shine my light in the world?
  14. How will I stop hiding my light?
  15. How will I strengthen my relationship with Spirit?
  16. What excuses will I no longer use?
  17. What is it that my soul longs to express?
  18. What is no longer serving my soul?
  19. How will I care for my body?
  20. How will I no longer treat myself?
  21. What was my theme for 2013? Stepping onto the path for an artistic journey, healing, and being careful what I wish for because it just might be taken literally and come true in unexpected ways.
  22. What will be your theme for 2014? Opening up the artistic doors to let abundance flow through every single day and work on micro-movements, so I can get more done.

"Throwing away ideas too soon is like opening a package of flower seeds
and then throwing them away because they're not pretty." - 
written in Creativity Fringes, ed. Karl H. Mettke

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