We often worry what people think and what they are going to say. This feeling burdens us in many ways, often leading to negative results because we are following what we feel others would want us to do or expect from us, denying what we know or feel is right for us.
Life comes with tricky obstacles and hard decisions, leaving us undecided. We often know what we want, but don’t know how to get it and therefore don’t take action. On other occasions we don’t take action due to fear of backlash or avoidance of confrontation.
However, in 2014 we will ‘listen’ to what the spirit/intuition wants, and ‘consider’ what others tell us, and then take action. We should always ‘listen’ to what our intuition says as it sometimes sways us towards the advice from others. If we go for their advice we might achieve what we need, and if we don’t, we might receive a lesson that will reveal clearly what we need to do.
If our intuition is not at peace with the advice at hand, we need to reflect or meditate on the intentions of the adviser and our own intentions, then follow where our intuition tells us to go with it.
Following your intuition and going for what you believe and know is right is key to taking control of our lives for the better. As long as we have good intentions, great things will come our way eventually.
“The intuitive mind is a sacred gift and the rational mind is a faithful servant. We have created a society that honours the servant and has forgotten the gift” ~ Albert Einstein
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