Making Fully Aligned Decisions

Making Fully Aligned Decisions

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Wherever you are, wherever you go, be there/go there with all of you. Be mindful of and sort out any inner conflict pertaining to moving in a particular direction, prior to your action. You’ll be glad that you did.

A fragmented psyche going into a decision will only be exacerbated if a decision is made in this state. You want to watch the mind closely for whenever you may be conflicted between choices. If you are yet to feel fully aligned with a decision in your mind, it’s likely not time to make that decision in action.

With this being said, be decisive. Spending too much time in a mode of decision-making has a way feeding into a sense of uncertainty. In this, you are telling yourself and your body that you are unsure. Decide, and then commit fully. Once a decision has been made, choose to let go of all parts of you that is pondering the alternatives. The word “decide” comes from the Latin word “decidere”, which means “to cut off”; as in to cut off all other strings/options.

This quality of decision-making, in which you have brought the mind into harmony with your actions, makes for a smoother ride. This is core to being/feeling in total alignment, the greatest state there is to be in.

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