Word of the Year
Words are such powerful tools.
They hold the power to lift us up or tear us down.
As we begin a New Year, I like to pick a word or theme
that embodies what I want to create or change.

It’s a tool that supports us throughout the year.
Although we can get off track with resolutions or goals,
a word is simple, easy to remember, and conveys a message.

Often the word pick you.
Make it easy. Think of goals, shifts, accomplishments,feelings,
results, experiences, and changes your looking for in 2015.

What individual words come to mind that reflect your goals?
As you think of the words on your list ponder the following questions:

– If you embraced and lived this word daily, what would be different?
– In what ways do you already live or embody this word?
– In what ways do you not live or embody this word?
– Why would this word be perfect for you?
– What goals do you want to achieve this year which are reflected in your word choices?

Selecting a word supports success.
In the past I’ve learned some valuable lessons from this exercise.
My word of the year was the underlying current the led to my success.
You want success. We want success for you!
Find a word that feels right for you.

Enhance your word by anchoring it with an essential oil.
Our sense of smell is the most powerful sense we have. A smell can
bring back childhood memories and remind us of a particular time, place, or person. Do you remember the smells of the kitchen when you mom or grandmother was baking? We have been unconsciously programmed with smells. Now we can consciously program our sense of smell. When you anchor your word with a particular essential oil, when you smell it subconsciously your body will remember what you programmed.

Our sense of smell is a powerful link to emotional healing.
In 1989 scientists discovered that our emotions are stored in a part of the brain called the amygdala. The amygdala glands plays a significant role in storing and releasing emotional trauma. It is the gatekeeper through which all sensory information is processed. When information comes in the amygdala determines if this information needs to be sent to the adrenal glands first, for fight or flight response, or onto the brain for further processing.

The amygdala is programmed to react without the benefit of input from the brain.
Studies at New York Medical University proved this gland does not respond to sight, sound, or touch. It only responds to our sense of smell. Through our sense of smell we have the ability to release emotional wounds and trauma stored in the amygdala. With essential oils we have the power to release emotional wounds and raise our vibration so we attract what we want.

Get into Mega Manifesting Mode as you explore your goals and intentions this year to find the perfect word to support success!

Jana Groscost

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Hi, I'm Jana Groscost - The Money Muse, entrepreneur, speaker, and author. I'm passionate about empowering people with the tools to live an extraordinary, abundant life.

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