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Reviewing 2012; Making Goals & Resolutions for 2013

2012: Predictions and Resolutions for 2013

by Curt Remington


What didn’t happen in 2012?

We’re at the end of 2012, a wonderful time to review the past year and plan for 2013. As you probably noticed, the world did not end in 2012. So what did happen on the key dates, like 12/12/12, 12/21/2012 or throughout 2012?

It appears to me that something much more subtle occurred, a shift in vibration, or an increase of light/love on the planet. If I simply went about my day, as the vast majority of the population does, I probably wouldn’t have noticed a thing. But, during meditation on those days, and actually throughout the year, I’ve noticed a more electric, tingling energy in the air, more of a sense of bliss, love for my fellow inhabitants of this planet, and more of an appreciation for the planet herself. These are the sort of effects increasing our energy vibration provides, although I have to admit, I was hoping for something more dramatic. In Matthew’s Messages, you can find a more detailed explanation of what happened on 12/21/2012.

Reviewing 2012

Bald Eagle Soaring

Bald Eagle Soaring

Alas, I’ll keep moving ahead, one step at a time, which brings me to the main point of this blog, reviewing the past year and planning for the new one. Like millions of other people, near the end of each year, I review what I accomplished, then set new goals and resolutions for the coming year. Laurence J Peter once said, “if you don’t know where you’re going, you will probably end up somewhere else.” This “somewhere else” may be nowhere near where you’d like to be.

According to a University of Scranton study, forty-five percent of Americans usually make New Year’s Resolutions, and the rest of the population probably should. Bo Bennett, a fellow Toastmaster, displayed an excellent balance between overachieving and The Power of Now, when he said, “success is about enjoying what you have and where you are, while pursuing achievable goals.”

In reviewing my own 2012 goals, I see that I didn’t attain the celebrity meditation author/speaker status that I’d hoped to achieve. Maybe that had to do with making “achievable goals.” I did do well on the goals related to recreation, family, and enjoying life. In other words, I did a lot of hiking, kayaking, and camping. For 2013, I’ll focus more on the author/speaker stuff and try to keep my goals more achievable. How did 2012 work out for you? Did you have goals or resolutions for the year? Did you accomplish what you set out to? Here are some steps that have helped me be successful at accomplishing my goals most years.

Steps to Success at Achieving Goals and Resolutions

  • Make sure your goals are attainable. If they seem almost impossible, you’re likely to give up. On the other hand, don’t aim too low, or you won’t accomplish all that you can.
  • Post your goals in a prominent place, like above your desk. If you forget about your goals, you’re not likely to achieve them.
  • Consider breaking goals down into monthly, or even weekly. I’ve had goals like “work out 150 this year.” This makes a lot more sense as 12 times a month or three times a week.
  • Make your goals or resolutions specific, such as the above goal, rather than “exercise more.”
  • Create a plan and track your progress.

Goals and Resolutions to Create for 2013

The University of Scranton study I mentioned earlier came up with a list of the most popular “Top Ten New Year’s Resolutions for 2012.”

  1. Lose Weight
  2. Get Organized
  3. Spend Less, Save More
  4. Enjoy Life to the Fullest
  5. Stay Fit and Healthy
  6. Learn Something Exciting
  7. Quit Smoking
  8. Help Others in Their Dreams
  9. Fall in Love
  10. Spend More Time with Family

The list has some very logical and worthwhile resolutions, however I’d like to suggest two that aren’t on the list, that could help with every resolution that is:

  1. Meditate regularly, like five or seven times a week
  2. Get out and connect with nature

By doing these two things, you’ll be calmer, happier, think more clearly, and work more efficiently. For more information on mediation, please explore visit the meditation page of my website or check out my book, Simple Meditation: A Spiritual Connection for Transforming Your Life.

May you have a very Happy New Year!

Healing Meditations for Cancer

Meditations for Decreasing Cancer Cells

by Curt Remington

In last month’s blog, I briefly described my own situation with cancer, along with providing healing visualization meditations for clearing toxins and energy debris, the stuff that can lead to cancer. This article’s exercises are for targeting the cancer itself, and they are good for your physical and spiritual health, even if you don’t have cancer.

Sunset over Lake Whatcom, WA

Sunset over Lake Whatcom, WA

To update you on my experience, these exercises are having a positive impact. Over the past few years, my PSA (Prostate-Specific Antigen) had been steadily rising, which is why my doctor recommended a biopsy. The biopsy results showed cancer. A pathologist at the University of Washington gave it a Gleason Score of seven.

Although I scheduled surgery for the end of August, my wife and I began alternative approaches to improve my health ourselves, changing to a more alkaline diet, taking supplements and using energy-healing meditations. I recently got another PSA test, and my score had dropped 18%, into the high end of a normal range for my age (51). According to a lab tech that I spoke with, it’s quite unusual to have prostate cancer and see a drop in PSA. My plan is to continue what we’re doing, check my PSA again, and make a careful decision regarding surgery.

If you’re dealing with cancer or another illness, these healing meditations can help. If you’re in fine health, they make a good preventative step.

These techniques work on a quantum energy level, because energy responds to our thoughts. When you visualize quantum energy moving or changing, you are actually causing it to do what you envision. These changes don’t always manifest immediately on the physical plane, so please be persistent. Meditating has the additional benefit of releasing stress, which can hamper your immune system.

Target Cancer with High Vibration Energy

It is best to do this exercise sitting upright. Grounding and Running Your Energies are a beneficial way to start. If you don’t have time to read those exercises, start by visualizing a beam of light extending from the base of your spine to the center of the earth. This will act as your grounding cord and give you a place to release any unwanted energies.

For Running Your Energies, you bring high vibration cosmic energy through the top of your head (crown chakra). For this exercise, use even higher vibration energy. I ask for spiritual help at creating a beam of very high vibration and pure energy/light that looks like clear water with bright white light shining through it. My clairvoyant training was not based on any religion, but we referred to this vibration as Christ Force Energy, the energy vibration that Christ healed with.

See this beam of intense energy focused down through the top of your head, lighting up the area that you are working to heal. For me, this is my prostate. Visualize the intensity and brightness dissolving away any unhealthy tissue. You might think of this beam like radiation treatment, or a laser beam, except it’s not harmful to your healthy tissue. Watch as the energy and light disperses from its initial target to the rest of your body, so it can heal other areas. Let any unwanted energy debris flush down your grounding cord.

When you feel ready, move on to another exercise or take a few deep breaths and finish your meditation.

Reprogramming Your DNA

The energy debris or toxins, mentioned in my earlier article, can cause mutations in one of your cell’s DNA. If your immune system is not working well enough to catch this, the mutated DNA can be the start to cancer, as the mutated cells continue to grow and divide. As the cancer grows, it looks less and less like normal cells. That first meditation targets the severely deformed cells, while this exercise’s purpose is to replace mutated cells and to correct faulty DNA before they start causing trouble.

Once you’re in a meditative state, hold the intention of finding an ideal cell with perfect DNA. Hold the intention that your other cells match this cell. Visualize this taking place throughout your body. I even visualize a whirring noise as this takes place in cell after cell. When you feel as if the job is complete, move onto another meditation or take a few deep breaths and go on about your day.