When you are undecided about your plans or goals, the result is that you believe there is only one option – confusion. Ironically, in the paradigm of uncertainty, unknowingly this is a fruitful place to be; as it is the realm of all possibilities.
When you believe there is only one option – confusion – that is what you will experience. When you believe there are several viable options and you do not know which to choose, you are in the best possible scenario.
As co-creators with the universe, you know that it is not completely in your hands. You need only to do your best to fulfill your part of the commitment. You can pick and choose the most interesting, challenging or rewarding options or one that will afford the most fun. Then, send out your intentions, which places the situation in the capable laws of the universe. From this point you can visualize on the possibilities in your mind, or you can search elsewhere for opportunitities, but you need to keep your intentions firmly fixed. Albeit some times you might lose your focus and feel unsure. However, you need to discipline yourself to hold on to what you know and work your way forward from there.
Embracing uncertainty opens you to accept what will come your way. Fear and resistance will push it away. Knowing that anything could transpire to change the course of your life is exciting, and in that realm you can focus on the things that help you feel the most alive. This gives the universe more clarity to bring your hearts desires into your reality.
Making indecision the enemy is analogues to the sharp shooter pulling the trigger before it leaves the holster and, thus, shooting him/herself in the foot. Embracing indecision as part of the process frees you to play in the realm of all possibilities.
Dorothy M. Neddermeyer, PhD, Life Coach, Hypnotherapist, Author, “101 Great Ways To Improve Your Life.” Dr. Dorothy has the unique gift of connecting people with a broad range of profound principles that resonate in the deepest part of their being. She brings awareness to concepts not typically obvious to one’s daily thoughts and feelings. https://drdorothy.net