There are 28 days in a lunar cycle; twenty-eight perfect days of planning and preparation. Some of my clients prefer to do only one goal per month as it helps them remain focused on that goal for the entire month. I can certainly relate.

Whether you choose this route is solely up to you, but I recommend a limit of three per cycle. The more physical this process is,  the more magic you manifest in your goal setting.

Personally, I like to plant actual seeds. As I nurture them, it reminds me to nurture my goals and desires in the same way so that they too can grow and flourish. Bean seeds are easy to grow and potato sprouts are always fun. If you’re not sure how to grow a bean sprout, this post isn’t for that so perhaps these links will help. Grow a Potato PlantWiki How Bean Sprout

It is also a good idea to keep track of the goals set for each cycle, and the best way to ensure success in the goals you have set is to commit them to paper. Several studies have shown that those of us who write and review our goals frequently are more likely to achieve them than those who do not. I keep mine in my newly acquired “Goals & Gratitude” journal.

I hope you all enjoyed these this three part post. If you missed them, here is Part 1 and Part 2. Happy New Year!

Here’s a graphic to help get you started on planning your goals during the phases of the moon.

 
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