The Answer To What You Should Be Doing

September 22, 2015 | 34 Comments »

For any conscious creator who ever wondered what they should be doing, here’s an LOA flow chart to answer that question every time …

We know that taking action without alignment is pointless.

So getting ourselves lined up is the first order of business, and then it’s simply a matter of doing whatever feels best. (Because that’s where the continued alignment is – in what feels better.)

So here are a string of questions to help you know exactly where you’re at with the whole thing.

(And yes, I totally geeked out on this.)

Do you know what you want? Are you intimately familiar with that desire? Meaning, can you talk about it, see it, and feel it?

If so, you’re good to go. The answer to the question what should you be doing is whatever feels best or sounds good. Inspiration speaks clearly when we’re focused on what we want.

If you cannot answer the questions about what you want and what that’s like, that’s what you should be doing. Getting clear on that before you take any action.

Pretty simple formula for success. 🙂

LOA flow chart



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34 Responses to “ The Answer To What You Should Be Doing ”

  1. Namaste says:

    Love the flow chart idea Jeannette, thanks for sharing =)


  2. Heather says:

    Great tool! Thank you Jeannette.

    Looks like I am doing what I should be doing. 😀

  3. Love the chart and…

    For my own purposes, and based on years of progressive testing, I would change the Decision diamond called, “Get On That” to “Find Something Else That Feels Better To Think/Say/Do” because inspiration speaks clearly all the time and sometimes it’s saying “Get Off That.”

    • Jeannette says:

      Such a good point, Frank!!!

      Man, would I love to incorporate that in the chart … humma humma humma … I’m thinkin’ on it now! 🙂

      Or maybe … I should walk my own self through the flow chart before I get to carried away with action. ha

      • I was looking at it some more and feeling into it and I do have a suggestion:

        Notice the NO as being as important an answer as the YES.

        That’s just pure Internal Guidance System (to use the Abe term).

        And it isn’t pointing out a problem. It’s pointing out the next step.

        And I think it’s actually built into the chart, as the “Get On That” Diamond doesn’t have anywhere to go in the chart’s system.

        And, now I’m FINALLY understanding the reason for Chapter 7 of the book… This is what they were talking about — SOMETHING HAS TO BE DONE.

        Oh my.

        • Vagueness alert!

          By “they,” I mean Paul & The Communion of Light.

          By “book,” I mean the excellent forthcoming runaway top of the charts sensation, “10 Life Skills Never Taught But Totally Essential to Happy Living”

        • Jeannette says:

          This is yet another example of why I love you so much. !!!

        • Elle says:

          Wow, awesome!

        • Bren says:

          Hi guys, I like the posts! Been following this blog for a while. I have some clear ‘no’s in my life where I believe my current situation is not in alignment with my core values, corresponding with daily feelings of resistance and not being able to plan for the future. It is much easier said than done to get alignment, which seems to require the end of a loving relationship of several years, so that I can move home to the southern hemisphere where Im from. It is the letting go that I really struggle with. And the fear of the unknown and starting again alone. I just wonder if you suggest any pearls of wisdom. Maybe other readers are experiencing something similar they could learn from. Cheers

        • Jeannette says:

          Bren, just keep following whatever feels best. It’s reliable guidance that leads to the swiftest unfolding of everything that you want. 🙂

  4. Elle says:

    Now, this is a guide!

    • Jeannette says:

      Thanks, Elle! I probably made it more complicated than it needed to be, because really all we’re talking about here is get lined up and then do what feels good. 🙂

  5. Kelly says:

    What if you can do the rest but you aren’t clear on what sounds/feels good to do next? Practice the art of doing nothing:)?

    • Jeannette says:

      If you aren’t clear on what sounds/feels good next, it might be that you’re expecting it to be something other than what it is. Because sometimes the inspiration is super subtle. But that doesn’t mean it isn’t super powerful.

      Like, it could go like this … mm, you know what sounds good now? A sandwich. And after that, what sounds good next? I’m gonna go pull that big weed out of the flower bed I keep looking at. And after that, what sounds good next? I’m gonna sit here on the porch and think about it a minute. Or not think about it. That sounds good. And then I see my neighbor, and I think it might be nice to chat for a minute. So I wander over to see if he’s in a chatting mood. And after that I think how nice it would be to start the dishwasher before I went to bed.

      Meaning, the “feel good” is always calling us to something that feels better. All we have to do is be willing to listen for it and then honor it.

      And all that stuff is vibrational prep work for coming into alignment with what we want. It might not seem like it has anything to do with money or love or health or career success or whatever we’re conjuring, but it’s what puts us in the frame of mind to receive good things. And sometimes the inspiration will say something really clearly like – well, this blog post was one for me! I’d had this conversation with a couple clients this week, and I thought, man, I’m saying the same thing a lot this week. Interesting. And then after I did my alignment exercise in the morning, my “what feels good next?” question led me to a blank piece of paper where I drew the flow chart of the conversation I’d been having. And then I thought, wouldn’t it be fun to make a real flow chart? giggle giggle. 15 minutes later it was taking nice shape on gliffy. Nice enough I thought I might actually share it. The “feel good” took me one step after another until voila – here it is! And then what felt good next? That’s where I went next.

      Bashar calls this following your highest excitement, but when we’re listening for “excitement” and all we get is mild interest, it can be easy to overlook.

      • Elle says:

        Key phrase that stuck out for me- “it’s what puts us in the frame of mind to receive good things.” So, this mindset is of utmost importance. We cannot get anywhere if we are depressed, after all. Well, we can, but it will probably lead to not so good things and then, when out of the depression, we’ll be like, how the heck did I end up there, well, there’s your answer! Got it! No wonder Abe say “be happy anyway”, pretty much in all the sessions. Because that is the crux of the creating process.

  6. Lissette says:

    This is a great visual Jeannette! Can’t wait to share it with my LOA buddies at our weekly get together. 🙂

  7. Bernadette says:

    Fantastic Jeannette love this!

  8. Susan says:


    I have been lurking far too long……but I follow your blog closely (as in, having an irritating day, and wishing, wishing, ” Something wonderful on Good Vibe Blog today, please!”).

    Thank you for the comment on the subtlety of inspiration, the next move. I so often have the experience of feeling aligned, and then, when the inspired action seems unrelated, I get a little uneasy, like I am not really working towards the goal. ( I know, I know…) You have just really given me quite a breakthrough. I realized how often I make progress when actually engaged in “unrelated” activity!

    The recent post on the energy therapist and allowing was also wonderful….maybe some Jeannette coaching is the appropriate next move!

  9. Hayley says:

    Hi Jeannette, thank you so much for your blog. it has opened my eyes in ways that i didn’t believe was possible!

    I just have a somewhat unrelated question.

    Ever since learning about conscious creating, I have been bouncing back and forth with being vibrationally aligned to my dreams. Recently, i have had the problem with thinking about things that i don’t want, then frantically saying to myself “ah, stop thinking about that, you’re going to manifest it!” and then it manifests in my life a few days later. I am GREAT at manifesting things that i don’t want, and i think that my fear has become much stronger than it should be. it has begun taking over my life as i understand that my thoughts are creating my reality. I want to live a life that i am in love with and consciously creating, not one that i am fearful of creating things that i don’t want.
    do you have any advice on how to overcome this detrimental fear that is absorbing me?

    thank you so much for all that you do!
    you are truly changing lives .

    • Brian says:

      ”… thinking about things that I don’t want, then frantically saying to myself ‘ah, stop thinking about that, you’re going to manifest it!’ and then it manifests in my life a few days later.”

      Allow yourself to think unwanted thoughts.

      “But Brian, if I allow myself to think unwanted thoughts, then they’ll manifest!”

      Aren’t they manifesting anyway, when you offer resistance to and try not to think about them?
      So, maybe try a different approach.

      What’s happening is, you’re judging unwanted thoughts and/or judging yourself for thinking those thoughts, thinking you shouldn’t be thinking them, and with all that attention and resistance to unwanted thoughts, guess what vibration you are giving off to the Universe?

      When you take the resistance out of the equation, then you give less attention and thus power to unwanted thoughts.

      Focusing on an unwanted or negative thought is valid. It is a valid thought. When you attempt to invalidate it, or judge it as bad or wrong, you give it power. When you make an unwanted or negative thought valid, just as valid as a wanted or positive thought, then you give the unwanted thought less power and make it equal. When you validate all thoughts as equal and valid, you just simply don’t prefer to think some thoughts, it makes it much easier for you to focus on the thoughts you do want to think, not wasting futile effort invalidating and pushing against thoughts you don’t want to think.

      So, when you think an unwanted thought, say to yourself,

      “It’s okay. I don’t offer any resistance to this thought. I understand it is an unwanted thought, and that’s okay. In fact, this unwanted thought has helped me to become more clear of the thoughts I do want to think, so the unwanted thought has helped me by giving me clarity of what I do want.

      Now, simply because I prefer to focus on what feels better—it feels better to think a wanted thought—I will give more of my attention to those better feeling thoughts focused on what I do want.”

    • Jeannette says:

      You know what I would do, Hayley? I would start giving myself credit for the good things I manifest, too. Because guaranteed you’re overlooking them in favor of focusing on the negative ones. But there are positive manifestations, too, and as you start tallying those, you’ll become more confident in yourself and the system.

      And even if I couldn’t name the positive manifestations, I would start telling the story that I am GREAT at manifesting things I DO want, and that my fear doesn’t get the best of me, I actually work with it quite well, everyone has it, after all, so it’s not that big a deal. I’d just start telling a version that takes me where I want to go rather than perpetuating what I don’t want.

      And if I had trouble doing any of that, I’d re-read a copy of The F**k It Way or something about the power of giving up. Maybe this might help:

  10. anonymous says:

    Dear Jeannette,

    Thanks for making this useful chart, I will save a copy.

    I have a question: how do you make a manifestation that still feels kind of “big” into feeling like the next logical step? Particularly without taking the conventional (but vibe lowering) actions to manifest them.

    I hear Abraham saying that you can only manifest what feels like the next logical step, yet in my experience I have manifested things that definitely felt big and beyond the next step. And they went well, even though I still had fears/resistance/disbelief. They came out of the blue too, I didn’t have to take traditional action to receive. I just trusted that I’m in the good hands of the Universe, and so many great things awaited me. Perhaps I just tipped the scale to 51% allowing and receiving! I did it without knowing much about how the LOA works.

    Looking forward to your next post!

  11. Nico says:

    I never understand the word NO LITELARY I know it stands for Next One and believe and feel it that the next one will pich up for me.It is a matter of manifestation.Think it Feel it and It’s your’se.I know that the Universe will provide.

  12. Lawrence says:

    Wow, so simple, yet looks pretty effective 🙂 I liked the idea very much. WOuld you mind if I published your chart on my website (together with a link to your page, of course)?

    Thank you 🙂

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