Choosing that part of you that makes the most sense to you can be a confusing process. There are times when you may find yourself having to make a decision and you may start by wondering… part of me wants this. Part of me wants to do that. Part of me wants to not do anything.
As I continue to read The Seat of the Soul by Gary Zukav, he writes that as you engage in the process of choosing which of part of you, you want to listen to, that process will help you become more aware.
In case you’re not aware, the more aware you become of what you do want, you become less aware of what you don’t want. I see this to be true with the clients I work with. Whenever I ask any one of my clients ‘What do you want?’ the client immediately responds with a list of what they don’t want. ‘Tell me what you want, not what you don’t want’ I always say. You see, whatever you focus on amplifies. The more energy you give to what you want, the less energy goes to what you don’t want, and the little things become smaller. Until you need to choose again.
Choosing what you want, asking yourself ‘What is it that I really want?’ and waiting for that answer which will take a quick second, is magic! If you get two or three answers and trying to choose which one to listen to can be the confusing part. That’s where your intuition comes in and helps you decide. If it feels good, choose that one. That’s what I do. :)
And consider your intention.
Depending on your intention, outcome, and the decision you choose will determine how you live and how you set yourself up for your future. Whatever part of you, you choose to cultivate and nurture and whatever part of you, you choose to express less of is all a choice. Remember, that you have your guides and Teachers that are there to help you.
The power of choice.
The power of choice comes to play in many decision-making moments. When you’re deciding what to eat, gamble or not, do drugs or not. The power of choice comes out to play with your addictions. Which I’ll get into more next week but for today, know that Zukav says that the underlying issue beneath choice and addictions is that part of you that is empty of power and in need of genuine, authentic power which resides in the seat of your soul.
Keep choosing wisely,
How does taking responsibility for your choices help you?
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