An Invitation To Love

Last year was big.

Now that we are moving into this new year, I feel like I stepped into a whole new world.

Last year was filled with lots of lessons, lots of insight, and an incredible amount of ideas.

This year’s energy feels softer, almost like a warm blanket.

Last year there was so much transformation, so much to be grateful for.

The importance of sisterhood and discovering how much I need that in my life.

Finding the connection with my creativity and letting myself be inspired by the amazing people in my tribe.

The rise of the divine feminine and how I can connect with the sacred masculine both in my connections with others as in my connection with the self.

The soulfulness of my business and realizing that as long as I create from authenticity, everything is possible.

Throughout the month of December, I have been feeling into what I want to bring to the world in 2016.

What does this world need?

What do I need?


And I don’t care if this sounds cliché, cheesy or out of reach.

This world needs to be covered in love.

Love for the self.
Love for others.
Love for Nature.

So on New Year’s Eve, I decided that every step I take this year will be based on love.

Every chance I get this year to sprinkle love around, I will take.

Every connection I will make this year will be approached with love.

Every choice I make this year, I’ll take out of love.

I invite you to start your year with the intention to manifest an abundance of love into your life.

And I’m not talking the lovey dovey kinda love. I’m talking the fierce kinda love.

The one where you recognize your needs and set boundaries out of self-love.

The one where you are truthful to family and friends and give them the space to be themselves, to grow and to be completely respected for where they are at in their lives.

The one where you will see you partner not only for who he or she is right now but also for the potential they have.

The one where you help other people rise because James Keller was right:

“A candle loses nothing by lighting another candle.”

The one where you will not judge the passion, choices, beliefs and decisions of others.

And the one where you treat the earth for what she is: sacred grounds that you get to walk upon.

I invite you to live out of love.

MusingsIris Nabalo