At the end of your days, how will you know that you’ve lived well? If today was your last day, could you say with confidence that you’ve used your voice, energy, talent, and attention wisely?
Palliative nurse, Bronnie Ware, spent time with people at the end of their lives. She shared what she learned about the top Regrets of the dying. The most common regret of all was “I wish I’d had the courage to live a life true to myself, not the life others expected of me.“
However many days I get, I choose to receive each one as a gift, and to live each day in a way that is true to myself.
Thank you for doing suck good work. I am always amazed at how rich your content is.A. B.
My birthday visioning week is my favourite time of year. It feels sacred to me.
Once a year I spend a whole week Life Visioning. I look back and witness all my hard work, the things I’ve learned and ways I’ve grown. I listen inward for a new mantra (a focus for my year), check in with my core values and set new mind-body-spirit intentions for the year ahead.
Then (and only once I have my new mantra settled within me) I set new goals or intentions, edit my weekly rhythm as needed to reflect my priorities, and also identify any practices, habits, or other shifts that will support me in showing up fully to the year ahead.
The Guided Life Visioning Process includes 5 recorded video teaching sessions: each session lasts one hour+ and introduces 4-5 exercises or ideas to explore, and is accompanied by a wealth of resources to support your visioning work (including the purposeful printable pack). I indicate which exercises to prioritize if you don’t have energy or time to complete them all right away.
In addition to the teaching videos, you’ll receive 6 audio Q&A sessions in which myself and a few others delve deeper into the material, talk about examples, and elaborate on some of the exercises.
I recommend that you walk step by step through the process and build seasonal check points into your life to ensure you’re on track with your vision and aligned with your core values. Repeat the process once or twice each year.
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Thanks again for hosting the Birthday Visioning Week! So much good material! Loved the format with you speaking for the first part and then coming back for discussion after. This allowed me to really focus on what you were presenting and take notes without being interrupted by questions. Also, makes the replays easier to watch. I liked the fact that this was 5 consecutive days to really build the process day-by-day.T. M.
Overview of the guided life visioning process
- Start listening for a new mantra/focus for the year ahead
- Highlights of the past year
- Name the seasons you’re in
- Conscious + unconscious mind/processing
- Core values
- Mind-body-spirit intentions
- How you’ll know you’ve lived well
- Core strengths
- Looking ahead 5, 10, 20 years
- Wheel of Intention / naming what you want
- Ideal Day
- Activities that give energy / rob you of energy
- Values-aligned goal setting
- Release and receive
- Time for rest built into your life
- Spending plan review
- Weekly rhythm
- Circle of impact
- Habits, routines, systems
- Regular check-points
pre-recorded, step-by-step Life visioning Process $296
Thank you for sharing your birthday week visioning process. This was amazing to me. I feel I can plan much of my life, be in a bit of control, instead of feeling all is unknown which causes great stress and fear. And the process is enjoyable, although not easy!C. S.
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