New Years 2012

New Years 2012

Now that the New Year has come around again, it’s a great time to ask the questions, “What do I most want?”  and “What do I want to create that would expand my contribution to life on the planet?   I’ve noticed that asking these questions helps me focus on what I have control with and to steer clear of what I don’t have control over.  It becomes very clear that I have control over my choices, decisions, and actions and I don’t have control over other people’s choices, decisions and actions.

For example, something as simple as cleaning a drawer of old files or stuff can shift you into the space of self-directed control.   I spent a few hours last week sorting through and clearing out a couple of closets and cupboards in my living space of things that I no longer need or want.  Very quickly I started to feel lighter, more freedom in my thoughts, and easier in my body. I felt centered in my sense of personal power and control.   Standing in what I can take charge of creates a higher vibration of sweet humming inside and a tendency toward happiness and excitement.

I think that’s a great way to begin a new year.  I wish the same for you.

Suzanne Kilkus, PhD

Suzanne Kilkus, PhD believes that being open to learning defines the ease of our lives. And that our capacity for giving and receiving love defines the depth of our lives. She delights in assisting couples and individuals in creating greater ease and more love in their lives and relationships. She lives, laughs and loves with her husband, Steve, in Madison, WI and can be reached at