So this is Christmas!
How are you enjoying it so far?
There’s no doubt that Christmas is a time of mixed emotions and feelings.
For some people this is a time of great joy and delight, with lots of partying and sharing of delicious food and gifts with people you love.
For others it can be a very stressful time with gifts to buy, lots of cooking to do and having to cope with large family gatherings.
It can also be a time of tremendous stress and pressure to conform.
For many people today, Christmas is a time that brings up challenges that their normal life tends to hide. It can expose a deep loneliness, and conversely for others, it highlights an overwhelming desire to be alone, away from people.
Add the constant pressure from the media to splurge out on things you don’t need nor want and the spectre of credit card bills in January. Suddenly Christmas becomes something to survive rather than enjoying.
Christmas is also a time when we tend to embark on a review of the past year – and this is fine if you can use it to bring new inspiration and energy to create exciting possibilities. However, these yearly reviews tend to hover over what we haven’t done and what we feel hasn’t worked.
With all of this in mind, I have got together with my friend Davide De Angelis aka The Money Shaman, and created a really special gift for you this Christmas:-
“The Money Shaman’s Guide to Thriving Christmas”
The aim of this very special 52 page guide is to give you some amazingly powerful ideas to ensure that you THRIVE Christmas instead of struggling to survive it.
Moreover the ideas contained in this guide will open you to the possibility of 2012 being an extraordinary year for you – your most powerful and inspiring year yet.
Here’s what this guide contains:-
- Question Your Complaints
- How to Make This Christmas Your Best Ever
- Time not Money is the most precious gift
- How Not to Be Lonely This Christmas
- It’s Fine to Say No Thanks…When You Know How To
- How to End This Year on a High
- Know what you truly value
- How to make next year your BEST year ever
- Explore Compassion and Forgiveness from a Radically Different Viewpoint
- Love is All That Matters
The Money Shaman’s Guide to Thriving Christmas is totally FREE and is our way of thanking you for being part of this growing community of abundance.
Download your Free Guide now
Please feel free to share this with everyone as you wish. Help transform other people’s Xmas and New Year as well as yours!
I wish you the most spectacular Christmas ever and a miraculous and healthy New Year.
Beautiful..thank you for sharing!
I *love* your intent for this guide: “open you to the possibility of 2012 being an extraordinary year for you”!
We want everyone to open up to the possibility of 2012 being extraordinary year!
Wishing YOU an extraordinary 2012:)
Thank you for sharing this kind gift with all of us! I hope you have a wonderful holiday and an amazing New Year! Best wishes!
Joe, you are most welcome.
Please do share it with your friends:-)
Wishing you a wonderful holiday period and a fantastic 2012!
What a great gift to share with us this holiday season! Everyday I am on a journey to unlocking the possibilities of an extraordinary year. Thank you Arvind for being a part of my day 🙂
Ajen, you are most welcome!
Wishing you all the best for the festive season – and here’s to an extraordinary 2012:-)
HI there Arvind!
I love this time of year as I start to reflect and review on the year, my successes, partial successes and misfires with my goals over the year and start thinking about what I want to have happen next year.
Making the guide available is such a kind gesture. Blessing to you and yours.
I hope you have lots of happy reflections over the holiday period:-)
Wishing you all the best for 2012!
Love and best wishes
Great post for those who strive to make things happen for Christmas. Christmas is a celebration of sharing the joy of Christs birth, not running to make ends meet or feel lonely. One cannot feel lonely if they know the true meaning of Christmas and i am sure this post of yours would enlighten those who make Christmas merely another celebration.
Elvirah, spot on – so many people have lost the true meaning of Christmas.
Let 2012 be the year we all become aware of what’s really important in our lives.
I wish you all the best for 2012.