Belief: The Value of Snow at the Holidays


OK, this one is so common that I almost forgot it….for those raised in areas of the country where it snows in winter, the holidays simply do not seem the same without snow on the ground.  In fact, for some individuals, without snow it simply is not a holiday time.

As an individual who was raised in Iowa, snow on the ground was certainly common during the holidays.  In fact, I can’t remember a Christmas without snow on the ground, the temperatures below freezing, and the furnace working overtime.  And, now that I am living in a more temperate climate where (at least at this time) we do not have snow on the ground, I can fully appreciate the feeling that it simply is not the holidays without snow.

And, that said, when do we lock in these beliefs, these preferences of life?  And, for someone who is raised in the Caribbean, what would it be like to be enjoying the holidays with a foot of snow, below freezing temperatures, and ice cycles forming from their breath.

Beliefs are exactly what we have incorporated into our lives as being ‘right’ for that occasion, that moment, that lifetime.

How do your beliefs tie the weather and the holidays together?  Have you ever considered the connection you have made?

How would you like to consider shifting some of your long-held  beliefs? 

Shift Your Perspective – Shift Your Belief – Shift Your Life Experience

This information is addressed in The Creating Formula.  To hear a chapter or two, go to http://www.podiobooks.com/title/the-creating-formula

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