Make a decision…then make it right.

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I don’t know about you, but sometimes I have a hell of a time making the ‘right’ decision. I weigh the pros and cons. I make lists. I talk to people. I tell others about my thought process behind the decision. I ask others for advice. I read reviews that have something to do with that decision. I do research… In other words, I do everything but make the decision. I get this indecisiveness from my mother. (You should have seen her try to pick out tile, wallpaper, carpet, or even a Christmas tree…) But lately I’ve been trying to change. And one of the things that has helped me is this quote:

“Make a decision and then make the decision right. Line up your Energy with it. In most cases, it doesn’t really matter what you decide. Just decide. There are endless options that would serve you enormously well, and all or any one of them is better than no decision.”
—Abraham

You see, when we’re in that mode of trying to decide, we’re still just not deciding. So we’re holding all the good stuff at bay. We are in a state of resistance. As you’ve undoubtedly heard me say before, Universe/God/Spirit whatever you choose to call It is in divine order and is just waiting for you to let it know what you want so it can start to provide it for you. But when we’re in a state of indecisiveness, or resistance, the Universe has to sit back and wait to see what it is we decide on before It can give it to us.

So, instead of weighing, and asking, and telling, and researching, why not simply ask yourself WHAT it is you really want and WHY you really want it? Then go with that first instinct. Follow your gut. Listen to your heart. Look within for the answer instead of outside of yourself. That’s where the truth lies. That’s where you’ll find the ‘right’ decision. And, if it starts off as the ‘right’ decision, it’s pretty easy to line up with it.

The Universe will take over if you just make a decision. Why not make the decision to make a decision…

and let the Universe make it right.

In Munay…

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