The End Of Year Ritual I Never Miss

In this episode


Deep and real transformations can happen when we take the time to properly end the year that was.

Let me be straight up, I’m not a big believer in New Year’s resolutions. What I AM passionate about is properly taking the time to really consciously close out a year to allow a fresh, new energy to generate. It’s like the end is also the beginning. I encourage you to receive this episode as an invitation to reflect and honor the journey you’ve been on this year before you start to create a container of dreams for what’s to come, guided by the whispers of your soul. If you need some encouragement on why or how to do this – this episode is for you. Plus I have a special offer for my Returners – so be sure to keep listening.

“It’s so important to consciously and deliberately draw a line in the sand in order for a threshold to emerge and be crossed. Only then we can be clear on the blessing of what was, what is, and what is becoming.”

– Rebecca Campbell

Soul Inquiry

The Soul Inquiry prompts for this episode are:
What are you being called to honour or release before we step into 2024?

Now it's time to commit to a grounded action:
What is one baby step you can take in that direction?

Journal prompts to consciously close the year:

What have you learned this year?
How have you changed?
How has the world around you changed?
What are you being called to let go of before you step into this new year?

Key Timestamps

  • 01:57 Opening Sacred Space.

  • 02:26 A soulful approach to ending the year.

  • 04:23 The first step is listening deeply.

  • 05:43 Honoring the ending before beginning again.

  • 07:32 Releasing and letting go like nature does.

  • 08:40 Close, pause and tap into the intelligent pulse of life.

  • 09:53 Journal prompts for honoring your journey this year.

  • 10:50 Giving people a container to share within.

  • 13:01 Finding more support in closing off the year - a special gift.

  • 15:24 Today’s Soul Inquiry prompts.

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