Manifester’s Path to Perfect Solutions
I’ve written before about how to handle indecision, but here’s another piece of law of attraction advice on the subject.
When you don’t know whether to say yes or take a pass, think about what benefit(s) you’re wanting from this experience or decision, and then get your attention on THAT.
So it goes like this:
1. Focus on the heart and the essence of what you want, and then …
2. Let go of trying to figure it out or decide.
With your attention squarely on the heart of what you want (not distracted by aspects or features that aren’t quite right), Universe will lay out your best path to it. Maybe it will be this thing (or person) you were looking at; maybe it’ll be something else altogether. Something that’s an even better fit.
- It could be a training program you’ve got your eye on, but you don’t want to travel across the country for it.
- Or maybe it’s a house that’s perfect except for the asking price.
- Or maybe a new client that would be nice to have, except the project isn’t exactly your cup of tea.
- Or an employee that fits most of the requirements, but is missing a key one.
When you’re faced with a “close but not quite” situation, remember to get your attention on the heart of what you want, then relax and let Universe connect the dots to it.
It’s easy to get sidelined by focusing on the misaligned aspects of what’s in front of us, but when what you’re looking at isn’t exactly what you want, it’s time to redirect your attention in a way that lets Universe make it perfect.
Because we’re deliberate creators. We don’t have to compromise.
In fact, sometimes I put together a list of my favorite options from each alternative, then turn that list over to Universe to manifest in one solution. It works!
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Having said that, it’s worth quoting Abraham when they suggested to a guy who couldn’t decide whether he should take on a day job or stick to his plan to be self employed as an artist. Abe said:
you can always hold out for something better, because better is always coming. But we don’t know why you wouldn’t choose whatever is more enjoyable along the way.
What this guy wanted was to be connected to fun-loving, vibrant people, working on exciting projects that allowed him to express his creativity.
Abraham suggested that his day job could be exactly that. Taking it wouldn’t mean he wouldn’t eventually be living out the vision he had for his ultimate success, but that it could be a nice stepping stone along the way to it.
Food for thought if you’re having trouble deciding whether to plug in or pass.
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And if that doesn’t help, or you have to make a decision in this red hot spanking moment, try this tip I picked up from Boardwalk Empire the other night:
“Flip a coin, when it’s in the air you’ll know what side you’re hoping for.”
Easy peasy, huh?