Solution for Indecision

how to make the right choiceShould I stay or should I go?
That was my theme song for much of my Libra-ruled life.
But Abraham offers a permanent solution to indecisiveness which you may find helpful, too, on the next occasion you can’t decide which way to go.
Because get this – it turns out that it doesn’t matter what we do.Β It only matters how we feel.
Which means it doesn’t even matter what choice you go with. It only matters how you feel about it.
What a relief to remember that there are no wrong decisions! No matter what you choose, all that really counts is how you feel. (Because how you feel is what you vibrate – and you get whatever you vibrate.)
So decisions all of a sudden get much simpler: which one is easier to feel good about? Which choice can you best line up with?
No matter whether you choose to buy or sell, to commit or split. to stay or go … if you tend to your vibration by making it the right choice and purposely feeling good about it, you’re home free. Β All paths lead to happy endings no matter which path you take, when you make it with happiness in your heart.
The next time you’re debating what the right choice is, remember that there’s no such thing.
What matters is how you feel about it.
This post is specifically for those of us who have tendencies or habits of constantly questioning our decisions. Because when you’re flowing that energy, no choices will serve us.
Make a decision, and then line up with it.
You can’t go wrong with that plan.
But the Clash still gets credit for a great song.

  • November 19, 2011
  • Laura Gates says:

    Jeannette – Sun in Libra, argh! That indecisiveness has plagued me (with a layer of perfectionism driving the show underneath). It is true that tapping into my intuition, listening to my gut is my saving grace, and when that fails I pull a Tarot card to bypass the mind! And I love what Kim said about making decisions because we are not yet caught up with ourselves, especially in this dramatic time of change!

  • Kim Falconer says:

    Jeannette, this post is an Air Sign’s delight (Gemini, Libra, Aquarius, and throw in Virgo (Earth) because they are Mercury ruled). It can be a struggle to make choices a la the intellect if we ignore intuition, ignore the way we really feel.
    We often make decisions based on how we felt in the past because we aren’t up to speed with our own evolution. We finally get to say ‘yes’ and then feel . . . ugh. (because we have a new ‘yes’ that we don’t even recognize yet).
    Listening to our feelings can make all the difference. Thank you for the reminder.

  • Jessica Earl says:

    I often considered myself a Libra for this exact reason… I eventually discovered Libra in my chart (not sun, but can’t remember where atm)… I can so relate! πŸ™‚
    I was relieved to read this. Not because of making the “right” decision, just that the options before (the ones I see anyhow) both feel not good, so I have been having trouble finding the compass of what feels good. You managed to say it in such a way that I could shift the energy to “decide” to make it feel good. This part: “which one is easier to feel good about? Which choice can you best line up with?” Oh, now that makes my decision WAY easier!! I may not yet feel good about the decision, but I CAN make it feel good by choosing the easier one. That’s all. And that is more clear for me!
    HUGE leaps forward on that one! thank you sooooo much! πŸ™‚
    On the topic of song lyrics. I was thinking the other day as I listened to a song… it didn’t matter WHAT the lyrics where because it was making me feel good. It is how we perceive the lyrics; how we interpret them. For instance, sometimes crying feels good, even though a deliberate creator may “think” it is a negative vibration (loss, pain, or whatever is making us cry) but then there can also be a feeling of relief. So I’m not so sure it is the actual lyrics that matter, only how we feel/vibrate, right?

  • Chip, there are SO many great songs I’d love to change the lyrics to! Your post is a perfect example.
    In fact, I think GVU should have song re-writers who turn fab tunes with not-so-LOA-friendly lyrics into super LOA friendly lyrics. lol

  • ChipEFT says:

    To Jannette,
    It worked out for the Clash like you write above, only I don’t think they liked the outcome.
    If I stay it will be trouble.
    If I go it will be double.
    To Stephen,
    Commenting on your Bach quote and in light of the topic:
    In a dynamic universe of which we seem to be a part, it is not so much picking a new past and future so much as creating it in the instant. In other words since all there is is right now, we align with what we are wanting and it comes inherent with a past, present and future that make it seem to have been so all along. (So it makes sense with what we already know.)
    Following Bach then, it doesn’t matter if we choose to manipulate the past or future or now whatever works out best), it is all here and now anyway-and here and now is what shifts.

  • Stephen says:

    To Chip:

  • Lovely quote, Stephen! I do enjoy remembering that if something I decide today feels different to me tomorrow, I am always free to make a new choice.

  • Stephen says:

    β€œYou are led through your lifetime by the inner learning creature, the playful spiritual being that is your real self. Don’t turn away from possible futures before you’re certain you don’t have anything to learn from them.
    You’re always free to change your mind and choose a different future, or a different past.”
    ― Richard Bach, Illusions

  • Good point, Janette, that each of us may have a favorite decision making style. And that that may even differ depending on the situation.
    I’d be interested in hearing other deliberate creators’ decision processes … and whether/how alignment fits into those?

  • Janette says:

    Ah yes, Libra sun….. know it well LOL!
    I think I’m learning how to make the ‘meta-decision’ – as in, deciding which kind of decision-making process feels better.
    For me, some decisions feel better when there’s lots of research and information. Some feel better without too much logic. And some feel better when they’re last-minute, seat-of-my-pants – like always knowing what I want from the menu, JUST as the waiter finishes taking everyone else’s orders!
    But yes, making the decision that feels good is wonderful relief and ease and joy. Especially for us Librans πŸ˜‰

  • It feels that same way to me, too, Sue! Nothing better than getting clear on that after we’ve tied ourselves up in knots about what’s the right thing to do.

  • Sue says:

    Aaaahhhhh! Feels like freedom! Thanks a bunch!

  • I do believe, Tambal, that our first instincts or gut reactions usually serve us best.
    Often when we over-deliberate and over-analyze we lost track of that inner guidance within!

  • tambal says:

    Thanks Jea. for this wonderful posting .
    what matters beside feeling good is to try making a decision as fast as possible after gathering the relevant information and findings without much hesitation .
    Thanks and Best Regards .

  • Glad you enjoyed, Carolyn. Thanks for reading!

  • Carolyn says:

    What a load off my back! Thanks J. As insightful and timely as always.

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