By Lise Alschuler, ND, FABNO
AANP Past-President (2008-2009)
This then, must be the wisdom of winter: giving us every possible rationale to slow down, relax, and, well, stop and think. Only when we are still enough can we dip into our own deep well of creativity and purpose. This profound renewal is likely the source of our tradition of New Year's resolutions. If we truly take advantage of the quiet that winter offers to us, maybe we will actually find our resolve and renewal. Simple reflexive declarations of resolve just don’t stick – as we all know. The true grit of a New Year’s resolution is gained from its birth in a quiet and comfortable moment of reflection. So as the snow layers the ground outside your window, or the briskness of winter air dances with the trees, sit down. Sit down, relax and let yourself imagine your possibility.
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