October comes filled with pumpkins, the crisp breeze, and of course, peppermint! As seasons change, so our lives as well.
Last month, we focused on clearing your energies to make way for new ones.
This month, it’s time to reap what you sow and enter new beginnings in your life. Allow the month of October to make you step into a higher consciousness that will lead you exactly where you should be.
Now, it’s time to start a new beginning.
Try New Things
At this point, you have cleansed your energies, and you’re ready to welcome new powers to flow into your life. Don’t be afraid to replace the old habits with new ones, but make sure they’re healthier this time. The same applies to the routines you’ve let go of in recent weeks. Now, you can start new practices that are more aligned to where you are in your life right now.
I urge you to try new things. Be fearless and be the new you.
Fail & Get Up
Yes, you read that right. I want you to fail at some things, because only then will you learn. Don’t be afraid to fail, and never forget to get up once you do. Remember that all of us will falter at some point in our life, and if you want to be successful, you need to reach a specific amount of blindness to the risk.
Welcome New People In Your Life
If you want to grow, you need to increase new people into your life. Indeed, they say that it’s best to have only a few friends, but it won’t hurt to know more people outside your network.
This month, as you start your new beginnings, please add more people in your life because this is where you’ll find gold in yourself. I’m not saying that you have to be BFFs with these people. No, I am talking about getting to know them at some level because you may not realize it now, but these people will have a significant impact on your growth and how you live your life, no matter how small.
Open yourself to new people—make yourself look approachable, try on a new look, and muster the courage to say hi first. If you haven’t done this before, then this month, it’s time you do and witnesses your life change right before your eyes.
If you want to be a healthy and grounded person, you need to be selfish and take care of your own needs. I have talked to many people the past month who haven’t been putting their needs first, and it sucks.
I used to be like that person—I was a huge people pleaser until I reached the point of misery. That’s when I decided to put me first.
And that’s what you should do as well. You will be surprised that the more focused you are on yourself, the healthier and happier you will be. Additionally, this will improve the relationships in your life.
So, don’t be afraid to be a little selfish—it’s healthy.
Now, are you ready to reap what you sow and start new beginnings? You sure are. Just in time for the Hunter/Harvest moon.