Intentions lead to behavior which leads to habits which leads to personality development which leads to destiny – Jack Kornfield
The holidays are such an exciting time of year. Spending time with our families, closing out projects at work, cooking big beautiful meals and taking time to get away with the ones we love. The holidays signal a closing of one year and excitement for the next and what is yet to come, with many reflecting on their goals for the following year. Here at Stretchery, we want to help you set your intentions and be the best version of you! Intentions are similar to goals, but rather than seeking an outcome you set intentions to bring alignment between your mind and heart.
To help you set your intentions, we want you to think about certain areas of your life:
- What matters most to you?
- What would you like to nurture in your life?
- What would you like to let go of?
- Who would you like to forgive in your life?
- What fears would you like to release?
When setting your intentions remember to keep it positive! Even when facing forgiveness or areas of fear, shape your intention with positivity. Rather than saying, “My intention is to forgive that jerk who ruined our friendship”, frame the intention positively: “My intention is to allow forgiveness in my heart and open myself to rebuilding past friendships”. Framing your intentions in this manner aligns with objective of setting intentions to better ourselves.
Our intention here at Stretchery is to have a clothing line for consumers who seek connections with the things they do. To make fashion meet fitness and to make fashion meet sustainability. When you wear our products we want you to remember our intention with the company and to remember yours!
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