Manifesting 2018

Written by on January 2, 2018 in Conscious Evolution, Conscious Living, Meditation with 0 Comments
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2017 was quite a year . . . (let me catch my breath)!
But that was so 2017 . . .

2018 is going to be really good for all of us, I can feel it, full of possibilities and opportunities. And with a little mindful-mojo, you and I can shape this year to be our best year yet.

There is immense power at the beginning of any year. There’s energy to create and build, there’s power of clarity and insight, and there’s a determination to continue moving forward, driven by hope and the human spirit of growth and evolution.

Open your body, mind, and spirit to untold possibilities in 2018!


It’s powerful simply knowing what you want, even if you’re not sure how to get there.

A mentor once told me, “First, figure out what you want, then you’ll figure out how you’ll do it.” Both understanding what you want and setting the intentions for possibilities in the new year takes practice.

So, I’ve created a special Yoga Nidra practice (like guided meditation) designed to help you sow the seeds of intention deep within in your mind and heart. Visualization is very effective for outcomes and performance because if you can see it, you can achieve it.

Photo by David Newkirk

This recording will help you become very relaxed, while helping you to define what amazing things you want for yourself in this new year and then visualize what your life is going to look like when this thing happens.

Get ready to rock and roll because it’s going to be good!

The meditation is about 31 minutes long, so plan on setting aside just a little bit of time take care of yourself in this way.

I invite you to do it today. What are you doing right now? Can you give yourself the next 31 minutes to set in motion an incredible year?

Don’t worry if you fall asleep, the part of you that I’m speaking to is still paying attention. Plus you can always do it again, refining your vision and intentions.

You can stream or download them by here. 

Please share it with anyone you can think of. Consider practicing it regularly, maybe daily for a week or so, then at least once or twice a week after that. Come back to it regularly to keep your mind and heart honed to your forward motion of 2018. Then, tell me about it. I’d love to hear what happens as you do this practice in the comments below.

Happy New Year!
Tell me how the New Year Yoga Nidra goes

Namaste

Yogi Scott Moore, scottmooreyoga.com

Scott Moore is a senior teacher of yoga and mindfulness in New York City and when he’s not teaching or conducting retreats, he writes for Conscious Life News, Elephant Journal, Mantra Magazine, and his own blog at scottmooreyoga.com. Scott also loves to trail run, play the saxophone, and travel with his wife and son. Check out his yoga retreats to places like Hawaii and Amalfi Coast and his Yoga Teacher Mentor Program

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