The most loving, compassionate way to end the year

By Michal Spiegelman

The month of December provides us with an opportunity to close the year with intention, choosing the vibration we want to offer as we transition into the new year. While society expects us to focus on achievement and success (“What did you accomplish this year? Which goals have you met?”), our souls crave something different.

As I do every year, I took some time to reflect on the collective intention this year. 2021 was not less demanding than 2020. While we were hoping that 2021 would be a much easier year than the previous one, we continued to be stretched and challenged by the pandemic, politics, injustice, crime, climate crisis, and a world that is changing quickly and often unexpectedly.

We are sensitive. We are triggered. We are tired. There is only one thing we should do in the next few weeks.

In today’s vlog, I share this simple yet profound message that came up in my self-Reiki and meditation practice this week.

Watch the vlog and receive a message from the collective wisdom.

Does my message resonate with you?

What answer comes up for you as you reflect on my question at the end of the video?

Please share in the comment area.

Meet Michal
Michal Spiegelman

Michal Spiegelman is Medical Intuitive who helps women get to the root source behind disease, disharmony, imbalance, stress, and trauma-related conditions.

Having studied in Israel, Germany, England, and the U.S., Michal is a Certified Professional Coach, a Reiki Master, and a former social worker who brings years of experience working with a variety of modalities into her intuitive teachings, coaching and mentoring.

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1 Comment

  1. Doriann Apice

    It is scary to think of slowing down and hearing my thoughts. I realized while listening to this, I keep busy so I can avoid that space and therefore I never really rest. Even when I am supposedly relaxing, I keep my mind busy looking at things on the internet or playing games, I can’t just sit and be quiet. I don’t know what that fear is about.

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