Realm of Guidance wishes all her fans a Happy ending of 2012 and a wonderful New Beginning of 2013 full with new intention.
Seek for Confidence, Integrity, Love, Peace, Harmony, Beauty, Happiness, Joy, Cheer, Success within Because everything starts And end with YOU only – Note this well. May your dreams come true And Angels always Guide and protect you…
Keep your Journal where you write your dreams and affirmations.
Set up your Vision Board with colorful pictures…
Avoid being angry and look for the Divine within everyone…
Love each day like never before… Wish you Good health, success and abundance in your life.
As we move into the new year 2013, I will make no resolutions. I will, however, set intentions. I intend to continue following my path and I will be true to myself at all times. I will listen to, and follow, my intuition without question.
I will allow peace, love, and abundance to continue to flow in my life. I will love with an open heart and forgive easily. I will continue to share my love and my life with those around me. I will feel gratitude for each moment trusting that they are for my highest good, and always leading me to where I need to be. I will focus on what brings me joy and happiness, and gently release anything that does not.
I will be responsible for myself, my words, my thoughts and my feelings for in this space – I am the empowered being I was born to be. Wishing you all a year of peace and love, and hoping you all know how truly grateful I am that you’re part of my journey.
HAPPY NEW YEAR 2013 TO YOU
New Year – A new beginning
New Year marks the beginning of a new Gregorian calendar year. Celebrated universally every year on January 1 in various innovative ways, the trend to observe this date as an important day in the calendar has spread globally. People at midnight hold special events, entertaining activities and grand celebrations to welcome the New Year. In many regions of the world, it is celebrated as a public holiday and the offices, institutions and commercial activities remain closed to observe Happy New Year. The New Year 2013 falls on Tuesday and is approaching and people are busy with their plans to celebrate the advent of the day with their own unique ideas.
Although the time zones of New Year festivity vary but celebrations for New Year festival kick off in advance. The enthusiasm of people could be witnessed at market areas, hotels, pubs and other community centers as these places remain crowded before and on the day of celebration. Most people consider New Year as the right time to adopt a resolution for the forthcoming year.
As a tradition to welcome the New Year, major incidents of the passing year are recalled on television, newspapers and radio which usually kicks off in early December.
Sending New Year cards carrying beautiful quotes is relatively a modern practice which is much popular. People exchange New Year Greeting cards to send warm New Year wishes that are easily available both in stores. Many prefer to scour for innovative and lovely New Year gifts and cards to send warm New Year greetings to their family members and friends. Apart from sending sending cards and gifts the event is also celebrated by arranging luscious feast that includes various delicious handmade items.
But with the advancement of technology, the trend of sending New Year wishes is gradually shifting to mobile platform. The reason, its user friendly features of New Year SMS allow the sender to send text messages to another mobile number within the shortest span of time. Moreover, options are also made available to make the messages more personalized or simply say ‘Happy New Year 2012’ by adding icons or smileys.
The New Year in India is also celebrated with great excitement by following the Gregorian calendar which was introduced by Pope Gregory XIII in 1582. In Europe, the observance of New Year symbolizes as Baby New Year in which a baby boy is dressed in a hat, diaper and sash believed that he grows up along with passing of each day.
In the Europe New Year is marked with bursting firecrackers and making bonfires of the discarded Christmas trees.