How You Can Make a Better Decision

Denise Finch asked about how to make fewer choices which turn out not so good, although they initially seemed like good ones.  I ran with it today to write this post.

It’s Easy to Make a Great Decision Afterward

 

In retrospect is the only way you can view such a choice, of course.  Since you think it’s a good one when you make it, you only discover otherwise afterward.  And hindsight is almost always 20/20.

 

Blinded By “Need”

 

I recommend looking at the “need” which caused you to ignore potential warning signs.  In retrospect, you can discover what you’re missing.  That void, that “need”, is a wound, raw enough to create a painful experience.

 

Not Paying Attention Is Risky

 

Painful experiences can be caused by wounds you’re not actively healing.  When a wound is raw, you have to stop paying attention to information which might inflame it.  Whenever you’re not paying attention, you leave yourself more open to pain and harm.

 

Enlightened by Healing

 

Alternatively, healing your wounds can be the best measure against making bad choices which initially seemed like good ones.  The more present and aware you are, the higher the probability you’re going to make better decisions.

 

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Disclaimer:

Our discussions in the comment thread need to be civil and respectful.  I am the sole determiner of what constitutes civility and respect.

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Do you want to use that wealth to provide for your loved ones?  Do you want to use it to give generously to your favorite charities?

Or do you want to use it to light cigars with hundred dollar bills?

What if I told you it doesn’t matter?  What if I told you that you’re allowed to want anything you want?  No matter the reason; no matter the motivation. Continue reading

Why Needing Something to Happen Usually Prevents the Quantum Field from Doing What it Does Best

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Thus, action is not the most important agent for changing something about yourself – as you once may have thought.

Yet action is always going to be important.  And you should be taking action to manifest your dreams and desires.  Just make sure it is inspired action.

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