Will You Manifest Magic in 2011?

Have You Chosen A Theme For 2011?

Have you chosen your theme for the year?  Inspired by Mari Smith’s post My One-Word Theme For 2011: Commitment I have been tossing some words around over the past few weeks.

  • star–  be the star of your life and be okay about it. it also relates to my about to be launched program-Taking You from Stuck to Stardom.
  • shine– I know this is my year to shine so I liked what my friend Zeenat wrote yesterday about me: Suzie for that beaming positive and loving soul that shines so bright. My friend Lance from The Jungle of life has chosen this for 2011
  • fun– and then yesterday Ellie Walsh declared on Facebook Have Fun
  • word for 2011focus– then I decided that would not make my heart sing- yes I need to focus and will include that in what I finally choose. one of the things that is helping me focus is the wonderful gift: A Free Diary: Michele Connolly aka The Get Organised Wizard is giving away on her Face Book Page
  • abundance– this was to be be my overall theme, I even wrote a new word in the sand while I was on holidays
  • magic- this came up as the word for my star sign Capricorn this year. Thanks to Stephanie Rainbow Bell for sharing this with me
  • manifesting magic came to me yesterday and then I read Christine Kane‘s current newsletter which this week has a downloadable worksheet with some great questions so I may be back later in the week with a revised theme.:)

Do you have a theme for 2011? Maybe you have another way that you motivate yourself to stay on track. I would love to read what works for you.

Wishing you all love and peace in 2011

Wishing you peace and love in 2011

Manifest magic in your life today

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Hi! I'm Suzie Cheel. I am an intuitive artist,, speaker, healer and creator of the Heart Whisper Oracle Cards- The Entrepreneurs Essential Tool Kit. I love to cook, walk on the beach, and passionate about making love go viral
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16 thoughts on “Will You Manifest Magic in 2011?”

    1. Hi Flora,

      Seems like a lot of us are playing big in 2011- time to come out of hiding.
      I like remarkable

    1. Hi Zoe,
      Wow I didn’t know you were in Canada- have a wonderful time- Well snow is magic too 🙂 yes it was a guided choice and seems to be working well for me
      Looking fforward to meeting one day
      In abundance

    1. Hi Lance,
      Your enthusiasm has sealed it, I love the oozing. I was overjoyed when i saw you had chosen Shine- it is something dear to me heart and something Lance you do so well, I see shining stars ahead for you
      With much love

  1. Clearly Composed

    Picking a theme is such great fun and hard work if you are seriously going to commit to it for 365 days of your life. I bandied about many, many words before settling on willingness. It just speaks to how I want to approach all I encounter this year and makes me smile. Where there is a will, there is a way!

    Hoping 2011 is off to a great start for you. 🙂
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    1. Hi Emma,
      I love your choice of willingness and the quotes on your blof are wonderful- you will have me going in search of ones or making up my own that include Manifesting Magic
      looking forward to sharing more with you in 2011
      Have a willing magical year

    1. Hi Alex,
      And yes that is something you too are is kind and compassionate- I look forward to seing and sharing a kind magical 2011 with you

    1. Hi Leanne,
      Thanks for dropping by- yes it was a last minute decision to get my blogging off to a flying start for 2011

  2. Suzie, I like the idea of themes too, have heard Mari talk about them as well. Manifesting Magic is a beauty, such a great description of all that can be ahead of us in 2011.
    I love your beach message – whenever Ive tried to do that it ends up a BIG mess.
    Look forward to your next post

    1. Hi Maureen,
      Thanks for you positive feed back about my theme, somedays i just can’t get to write in the sand there is a fine line between it being to dry and too wet- mind you I know have had lots of practise- welcome to my blog

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