Need to Make a Decision?
These days all of us seem to be faced with decisions of a magnitude thus far unprecedented. How do you know what is best to do?
As daunting as it may feel, making decisions these days is really easy.
It doesn't matter what you are deciding, the one thing that will place you without fail on the best possible track is to ask yourself one question:
What is the most constructive thing I can do in this situation?
The answer to this question is what you need to do.
Solutions that work are solutions that align you with the new light. When you seek the most constructive action, you align yourself with the new light. The new light is about goodness, kindness, gentleness, love, blossoming of the spirit. It is soft and full of peaceful joy.
The strategizing of the head as a way to determine best action is no longer a model that works. What works is the continuous intent to be constructive in every situation of your life--with yourself, with others, with objects, with events, with decisions . . . everything that comes your way.
If you do this consistently, ideas will come to you, opportunities will come to you that you could never have imagined, but if you stop to reflect, you will discover that they are in alignment with your deepest dreams, dreams which you have buried and long forgotten; aligning with the new light aligns you with those dreams, dreams of your soul, dreams of light.
Additionally, below is a process you can use to get clear on things. It has limited uses, but it is beneficial in that you can take action right away thereby starting the ball rolling towards solutions, and other openings may occur because of this process.
Twelve Questions below was given to me by a therapist who got it from another therapist, and I never got the name of that therapist, so cannot assign credit. Sit with a journal and answer the questions. This is a process. By answering all the questions, by the time you are finished, hopefully you will have clarity and an answer.
Twelve Questions to Obtain Clarity and Get Answers