2017 IS HERE AND SO WE BE­GIN AN­OTHER CY­CLE AROUND THE SUN. FABIC’S BE­HAV­IOUR SPE­CIAL­IST AND COUN­SEL­LOR TANYA CUR­TIS WANTS TO KNOW HOW ‘NEW’ YOUR ‘NEW YEAR’ WILL RE­ALLY BE?

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of my all-time favourite ques­tions: “I won­der…?” and “What is next?”. I won­der what is in store for me, my fam­ily and my loved ones this year? I won­der what goals will be achieved? I won­der what will be our highs? I won­der if there will be any lows? I won­der… ? op­por­tu­nity for new begin­nings. We wipe the slate clean, could we say, as we pre­pare for what is in front of us with the past but a dis­tant me­mory. But oc­curred and what will oc­cur again in the fu­ture? cal­en­dar of the be­gin­ning of a cy­cle that has no sim­ply a point that we have been to be­fore and pre­vi­ously and the slate is not re­ally cleared? If life is a cy­cle, what if we are about to repeat much of what we have al­ready lived - maybe not the ex­act same events and sto­ries, but pos­si­bly a repeat of the life-lessons buried in each event is more of an op­por­tu­nity - an op­por­tu­nity to be re-pre­sented with many of the life lessons we have not yet self-mas­tered, but will in time? a life les­son. It is our choice when we de­cide to self-mas­ter each and ev­ery les­son and thus our life lessons will repeat un­til one day we say “I’m ready to self-mas­ter that life les­son”. cal­en­dar, but in our school of life it is re­ally a re­peated op­por­tu­nity for our life lessons to re 1. What has worked well? 2. What has not worked and is no longer

sup­port­ive? 3. What needs to be dis­carded? 4. What needs to be kept and built on? 5. What needs to be ap­pre­ci­ated? 6. What do we want to add to our foun­da­tion to

sup­port us? 7.

cal­en­dar year? 8. What will life present this year and why?

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