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This is my impromptu end of year post. The snappy title kinda says it all.  See ya, don’t wanna be ya. I have had years in my adult life that were hardly memorable. I could tell you where I worked and lived and who my friends were in these time periods. But they were oh so routine, forgettable, placeholder years. I could see 2021 and 2022 being added to this category going forward.

I accomplished plenty this year, but emotionally it has been oh so dull.  I passed my LCSW exam , got a new job ( again) and unbelievably joined a synagogue. These are major life events, but yet, whatever I hoped would changed internally has not happened. This has proved disappointing as I expected some profound ripple effects.  Yet there has been much stress, illness, and a car accident that while minor, has left me shaken still. Maybe this is why I feel more tired than anything else.  While I believe I am resilient, I still feel tired. This is not surprising to me.

While proud of my work and other accomplishments, the magic is missing. I know I am serving humanity and that the changes I witness in my clients is a joy to behold. But what about me? What is being born in me?

In past blogs I laid out some of the astrological weather both collective and personal so I will not rehash it tonight. I am grateful for many things and value what appears to be working. This blog has been a miracle in many ways and I am full of gratitude that you show up regularly to read my words. I would never take you for granted.

I started saying goodbye to my clients this week and this will continue for awhile. This “goodbye tour” is draining but required. I had forgotten how hard this is for me. Some folks will go with me but many will not be able to do so. This is the unfortunate reality  of my profession due to my country’s health care system. The past few years have been mostly about endings. I cannot be certain but I hope 2023 will present more joyful beginnings.

Adieu 2022, Hello to whatever shows up next. Joyful 2023 ( 7 vibration)  beginnings to all my lovely readers!



10 comments on “Adieu 2022

  1. Happy New Year 2023, Linda!
    No, nobody knows what it will bring, but hey…..especially when life is going crazy, we shouldn’t lose sight of the beautiful things that make us happy!
    I wish you all the best! 🤗
    Rosie from Germany

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  2. Happy New Year dear Linda! Wishing you joy, creativity and purpose! 💖

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    1. litebeing says:

      Thanks Wendy,

      Wishing you the year of your dreams made manifest!


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  3. All the very best for the New Year of the Rabbit, Linda. I think it will not be dull.



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    1. litebeing says:

      Have a fabulous 2023 Monika! May it be exciting in fun, joyful ways. 🙂

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  4. Wishing you JOY, Happiness and Health in 2023 Linda… I took a longish Christmas break, Goodbyes are never easy… But we are now to focus upon the future and we do that in the NOW .. I am sure your 2023 will bring in more new friendships, new clients, and new visions of our New Earth as we Let go of the past and focus upon what we intend for our future to look like and be…
    Sending LOVE and Blessings dear Linda…
    Thank YOU for your friendship, support and wisdom that you have shared… Have a great New Year… I know it will bring in many changes to our perceptions, let it open up more love in more hearts..
    Happy New Year!
    Love Sue xx ❤

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    1. litebeing says:

      Hi Sue,
      I loved reading your very kind and positive comment and hope you had a beautiful Christmas.

      I don’t know why you are sure but I can choose to believe that all I desire is on its way.

      I wish you a peaceful, healthy and love filled 2023!


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      1. I am sure Linda because I am manifesting that within my own reality.. Something which we all can achieve dear friend.. Sending LOVE and Lots of Hugs for 2023 Linda… Christmas was a quiet family affair with lots of love and laughter… Have a great Year ahead my friend xx ❤

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  5. cindy knoke says:

    Happiness & Health to you in The New Year Linda! ⌚🔢🕛🎊

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    1. litebeing says:

      I wish you a phenomenal 2023 filled with photographic wonders for you to marvel at Cindy! ❤


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