Reverb 10 is an annual event and online initiative to reflect on your year and manifest whatâ€™s next. Use the end of your year as an opportunity to reflect on what’s happened, and to send out reverberations for the year ahead. With Reverb 10 – and the 31 prompts our authors have created for you – you’ll have support on your journey.
The Truthiness in 30 days was such a hit that I decided to do this nifty one. I won’t tag The Gal since she’s off on vacation and is already doing a Christmas meme. Play along in the comments if you want or leave a link to your own post (that means you, Jody!).
As usual, I’m late playing along so will run catch-up for a bit.
December 1 â€“ One Word. Encapsulate the year 2010 in one word. Explain why youâ€™re choosing that word. Now, imagine itâ€™s one year from today, what would you like the word to be that captures 2011 for you? (Author: Gwen Bell)
One word for 2010? Breakthrough There were a lot of areas where I felt a shift was needed but manifesting my intuitive practice was top of that list. It took my inability to walk in the 3K Race for Hope in May to push me into offering my services for a donation to that cause. It took a nudge from Jody to remind me that I can put myself out there even without it being for a cause, though, to really break through that fear. Once it was gone, it was GONE!
What word will capture 2011 for me? (Two words, sorry) New level. Next year at this time I want things to be at a whole different (higher) level with regard to my practice. A level where I can plan out how I will transition from my day job to doing intuitive work full time.
December 2 â€“ Writing. What do you do each day that doesnâ€™t contribute to your writing â€” and can you eliminate it?
I’ve mentioned before that I spend a wee bit too much time on certain Sarah Palin gossip sites. I’m weaning myself away (but she’s such a damn trainwreck!) but habits die hard. I should just peruse it and then move on, right?
December 3 â€“ Moment. Pick one moment during which you felt most alive this year. Describe it in vivid detail (texture, smells, voices, noises, colors). (Author: Ali Edwards)
Gosh, that’s a hard one. I feel most alive when I’m doing my intuitive work. I am able to just go inside and focus on what comes through and it leaves me with such a high vibration that things seem brighter and more *there*. I could also choose the weekend with my babies but I’m not sure if I felt more alive so much as more exhausted. I will say it stood out as one of the very few times I was fully and completely in my body.
Next time, I’ll do three more and by the end of the month, maybe I’ll be caught up!