Future Memories of Thanksgiving, Jól and Christmas

Do you know how to create great Future Memories of Thanksgiving, Jól and Christmas?

Memories hold a great deal of power over us.

When we remember the good ones, we experience the positive high of wonderful feeling as if they had just occurred.

The less good memories do the same and make us feel negative and low.

Sometimes the stress of the holiday season creates concern and fearful anticipation.

The great news is that the easiest way to create a good, light, happy expansive loving memory is to create a picture in your mind of something or an event that you really want and imagine yourself having it, now.

The easiest way to create a bad dark not good memory is to imagine an event in the future not working out and things going wrong.

Imagine how happy and grateful you are now for the beautifully simple and complex things in your life appearing just the way you want them to be.

Imagine creating happiness and connection in all your relationships and events with family, friends and in your vocation.

Future memories are built by stepping into what you want to create and believing it to be true.

Celebrate the return of the light as we approach the winter solstice.

Celebrate warmth and coziness inside while the season changes outside with candles, great food, great drinks, music and family and friends.

Know that your desired future memories are already true.

Imagine everything going right. Better than right. Know that they are already truly magnificent.

Poof. And so it is.

I’m right there with you as you celebrate your future memories today and through Jól.

Do you know that in Iceland, Jól predates Christmas?

It’s the most important time of the year to celebrate the light’s return.

The sun is born again at the Solstice. The start of a new year is now.

I am thankful for the season of Vinarterta, which for me starts at the Fall Equinox when the days and nights are of equal length and ends with mostly all orders shipped by the Winter Solstice when the days are shortest, and the nights are longest.

It’s a demanding time, as it has been for all of us.

Remember in advance, the best of times. They happen naturally when we are creating, doing and giving to others.

May you feel loving and loved, now and always.

May you feel and know all your wishes and desires granted.

May you feel the energizing power of the New Year and the return of the light.

I’m so very grateful for you and your future memories.

Happy Thanksgiving, Gleðileg Jól og farsælt nýt ár! | Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

Order your Vinarterta for the Holidays for some great memory-enhancing moments.

Wishing you a very Happy Holiday season this year, now and always.

Sending you lots and lots of love,
Arden Jackson


Arden Jackson