Most of us were raised in a mind-identified way and weren’t trained to listen to our intuition.
I wrote a couple of posts about re-activating your intuition and developing this powerful gift. In the latest blog post about this topic, I shared about how I felt so angry at myself when I didn’t follow my intuition in my Malta trip last October.
Which Direction to Take in Life
In today’s post, I want to share another tip that can help you make decisions with great ease and flow.
I remember s story about a woman who I met at a Zumba class that I was part of. She wanted to sign up for a meal planning company and was trying to decide which option was best for her.
We discussed how she created a table of comparison of all the meal plan companies that she was considering.
She compared the different providers based on a number of factors, like the time of food delivery, whether the food was cooked on the same day or one day before, the monthly cost and other criteria that she listed.
Because of her family conditioning, educational background and career experience, the only way she knew how to make decisions was by using her mind, her brain, and her head.
I’m not writing this post to judge, because I was raised in a home where emotions were unheard of. We all lived from a mind-identified place. So I know how it feels to live and act from this mindset and way of being.
Another friend was trying to decide on a job offer. She wrote a list of pros and another list of cons, to help her decide.
There’s an Easier Way to Make Decisions
The easiest and most powerful way to know which direction to take in life, which project to focus on, and which business idea to implement, is to simply start and see how things flow.
If following one decision feels like a struggle, many obstacles show up, or things take a long time to move forward, then this is a sign that this decision isn’t aligned with who you are and isn’t the right one to take.
When you do something that’s aligned with your soul, everything seems to flow with ease. Things tend to progress fast.
For example, writing my book was a project that felt so aligned. I manifested a book coach whose energy and personality match mine. As such, the writing process was natural and easy. Each chapter of the book felt like it was already written. I just needed to type it in a word document. That’s how easy and smooth the process was.
So if you’re at a crossroads in your life and are torn between two major projects or decisions, the easiest way to uncover the right path for you is to see how the project flows.
Do you Have any Questions?
This tip is especially helpful if you’re still not at a stage where you’re confident with following your intuition and gut feelings.
I hope you found this tip helpful. Please let me know if you have any specific wellness-related questions or dilemmas.
Next week, I’ll share with you another powerful tip to help you make decisions and it doesn’t require a highly-developed intuition either.
I’m getting my third dose of Pfizer vaccine tomorrow morning. I will keep you updated on how it goes in tomorrow’s blog post!