Belated Wishcasting: Wishes for the New Year

With 2010 ending, I am reflecting and releasing the year and peering into 2011.  This week for Wishcasting, appropriately, the luminous Jamie Ridler asked:

What do you wish for the New Year?

I’ve thought about this.  There are specifics that I am hoping for, but there are the deeper things that the specifics are aimed at achieving.

If all else fails, these are my deepest wishes for the New Year, for 2011:

  • I wish to find my place in the world, somewhere I feel at home, like I belong.
  • I wish to be happy, to feel vibrantly creative and alive.
  • I wish to learn to trust myself, my intuition, the Divine/the Universe.
  • I wish to see the Divine spark in all things and people, even–and especially–when that feels difficult.
  • I wish to fearlessly follow the Muse.
  • I wish for radiant health, not just for me, but for everyone I know.
  • I wish to both give and receive love.

What do you wish for the New Year?  It’s not too late to write down your wishes and join in the wishing circle!

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3 thoughts on “Belated Wishcasting: Wishes for the New Year

  1. Lovely wishes, all of them. Deep, heartfelt, filled with hope.

    As Rebekah wishes for herself, so do I wish for her.

  2. Lovely list of wishes you have written Rebekah.

    As Rebekah wishes for herself, so I wish for her as well.

    Wishing you Love, Peace, Prosperity and lots of creative experiences in the New Year!

    Blessings,
    xoxo Valerie
    http://valeriehart.com

  3. As Rebekah wishes for herself, so I wish for her also.

    I can feel the energy in these intentions, Rebekah. May 2011 be a year of powerful connection and dreams come true.

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