What is unfolding in 2011

As we move into the new year I can look back on the last and see with a bit more perspective the themes that 2010 carried for me.  These are themes that I have heard echoed by many of my friends both online and off.  For me, it was a year of profound growth that unfolded primarily internally.  There was a pattern of shedding many things that no longer serve me.  There was also the uncomfortable discovering of new bearings as I fumbled around a bit in the darkness, that I can now see was the necessary environment for gestating the creativity and self-nurturing that is so foundational for the unfolding projects of 2011.

For the past three years I have watched the inspirational events of Maria Shriver’s Women’s Conference and when I saw this video, from the 2010 conference, for the first time, it struck such a profound chord in my heart that I have revisited it numerous times since.  Because it has brought me such inspiration for dreaming bigger, loving more deeply, and living more fully, I wanted to share it with you as well.

What did this video leave you thinking and feeling? Which images or messages impacted you most? Leave me your thoughts in the comment section below.

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Comments

  1. Hi Amy:

    First of all, I have to thank you. I just heard a recording of a teleconference that you held with Sharla on the 5 key strategies for using social media. I have begun implimenting what you suggested by asking my base at the mk facilitations page how the page can best serve their needs. You were wonderful. I would like to introduce you to my group, is there something of yours you would like me to introduce you with, or would it be best to simply direct them to your website?

    I LOVE this video. I don’t know that there was any one image that spoke to me more than the others. What I appreciated the most is that we all have a part to play and we must be willing to play our part.

    Thank you for playing your part so brilliantly and inspiring me this afternoon.

    Joyful regards,

    Maria

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