“How do we make the right choice when confronted with a decision?There is a lot of fear about making the right decisions. Our mind has a tendency to waiver between ‘should I’ or ‘shouldn’t I.’Action to take:A good measuring stick is to ask yourself, ‘Is it good for all concerned?’ Meditate for guidance. True values must govern all decisions. The decision, once made, has to be both intelligent and firm. Once the decision is made, the universe goes into action to bring it forth.”~Jane Elizabeth
Do you know that God’s idea for you is far greater than you could ever imagine for yourself?
Years ago, I was struggling with a need to make a change, but everything I attempted was not working out. Finally I said, “Ok, God, I can’t do this anymore. I give up. What do you want?” and I let it go. Days later, I was speaking with a friend about a desire to help people, but not being in a position to do so. When she suggested I go back to school for my Masters degree, a light went on in me–I knew it was the right thing! Everything fell into place, and I started classes two months later.
Another time, my family had moved to a new location and I was looking for a job, sending out dozens of resumes with no success. One day I said, “God, I know becoming a therapist was the right thing for me to do, so what do You want me to be doing?” I sat down on my couch and instantly an outline for a counseling center came into my consciousness. In that moment, I knew exactly what needed to be done and how to do it!
In both of these instances, when let go of my own efforts and asked for ideas, ideas came! Everything was then aligned: my desire, my will and my cooperation!
If you have something that you are trying to accomplish, take time to release your current efforts and open yourself to new ideas. You can use the Spiritual Power Tool of journaling or the Seven Steps to help you release your current situation, clearing the way for a new idea that is greater than what you might have thought up otherwise.
Certified Center for Enlightenment Teacher