Set Your Best Intention For 2015




Who doesn’t have a fantastic list of resolutions for the New Year come New Years Day? I know that each year I sit down with my favourite pen, a cold beverage and my journal and flesh out resolutions for myself. It is exciting when I am penning them, I am all charged up and ready to go, rearing my body to resolve all the things that I did not achieve in the last year, and will work mighty darn hard to resolve in the coming year.

The downside to resolve is it usually fades. Becomes inflexible, and turns into a shaming, guilt session during our weakest points.

Where did it happen? What did we do wrong? Why did I not achieve what I set down to resolve?

The truth is simple, and easy to remember – Intent.


It comes back to setting the intent, being clear and specific and setting attainable goals that are flexible, changeable, and that speak to our heart.

The second aspect to setting an intention that creates manifestation is that we must come back to them daily. This is where having a few strong, clear goals in mind that we can break down either daily, weekly or monthly goes a long way in creating a powerful message to the universe rather than a list that we usually forget to check off during the entire year.

Make each one purposeful.


If the idea of running laps around the oval near your house makes your want sit down on the coach and eat potato chips to avoid it, look at the reason why. What can you do instead that will help you be the best YOU in each moment, and to create constant change in your physical, mental and spiritual health? What about a walk around the block? Swimming at the beach once a week?

The main aim of any goal is that you create movement, and learning the way you move best, so that each week you can set an attainable goal to challenge it. Using the example of walking, you can challenge it by adding another street, or finding a walking path along the beach, one you have never travelled before.

Through setting an intention, and working daily to manifest and create you will find your purpose, work on your dreams, learn in growing, and be the best you that you can be in 2015.




Take your resolution list and work with it to break it down and create one weekly goal and one monthly goal that is attainable, and inspires excitement in your heart. When in doubt check with your body by asking – “Does this feel heavy or light” – you will know by the weight of energy you feel.



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Break it down even further, into daily steps or segments. Some examples: Business, Spirituality, Blogging, Writing, Crafting, Cooking, Organization.

Look out for my post on 2 inspirational and creative ways you can create intent in 2015.



Blair Mirth

Blair is a Pagan Loving, Earth magic maverick with a love for Tarot, poetry, Herbs, Creative Writing and Learning. Here you will find all manner of magical tips, techniques, interviews and sharings

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