2020 made a name for itself in both good ways and bad. It was a year of learning, adjusting, accepting, and fighting, but we made it to the end, and we are grateful.
In honor of all the hard things accomplished and experienced this year, it is time to set new intentions for 2021. It is time to release what no longer serves you and open yourself to receive what the new year has to offer. The Sanskrit term Sankulpa means heart-felt intention. Unlike a resolution, a Sankulpa is already alive within your heart, but in order for it to manifest in your life, it must be uncovered through self-awareness, gratitude, and compassion for the present. It is more than a SMART goal; it is a vow to your own spiritual and personal growth in this world. It is a heart-felt dedication to your commitment to growth from the inside out.
Below are 4 ways to discover your 2021 Sankulpa. This can be done on New Year's Eve or whenever you feel ready to invite 2021 into your heart.
We hope you have a wonderfully, intentional and heart-felt New Year. If you have questions about setting your Sankulpa, comment below or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
With gratitude from us to you in 2020 and 2021,
Sanskrit Moon Yoga Center