The choices we make in our everyday life, whether major or minor, will always have an outcome, which will indicate whether we have made the right or the wrong decision, and I find you never know whether you have made the right choice until you see the outcome.
Why is it that we will not choose or make decisions unless we have a guarantee that the result will be of a positive nature? It is simply because of the fear of making a mistake. Making the right choices is never an easy thing to do, but for me it is far better to realize that you have made the wrong decision than not to choose at all, because making the wrong choice can often prove to offer a valuable insight. Whatever direction that choice has taken me, for me it has proven to be a useful learning experience
Sometimes life demands that we make an instant decision. The inability to make a decision takes us nowhere, it just leads to stagnation. We can also become too dependent or affected by what other people think we should do. Sometimes people have given me advice on what I should do, even though they themselves do not use the advice they give in their own lives. So what they offer is, for me, without substance. I, myself will not give advice based on how I THINK it should be. I will only give advice based on what I have actually experienced in my own life. In seeking the counsel of others who have a proven record of walking their talk, they can offer a valuable key that opens a door and helps us find a solution.
Over the years so many people have come to me as a medium, to seek my help hoping that I will make decisions for them. I have no right to make decisions for others, unless it was for my children when they were of an age where they would not be able to make responsible decisions for themselves.
Often when I have made a choice I ask myself: “Will this work?” To make a choice and take a risk it then starts a process that creates a chain of events that can also lead to creativity and help us realize our dreams. Many of my dreams have brought me in touch with my inner potential. For me dreams just are projections of this potential.
Every time I work as a medium I have to make the decision to trust the information that is given to me by the spirit contact, without knowing whether the information will be recognised or understood by the recipient. Then it is the recipient’s prerogative as to whether or not they can accept or recognise the information that has been communicated. It is certainly not a decision I can make for them.
As I write this article it occurs to me how many choices there are to make in the course of our daily lives. Every minute, every second this question challenges us. I begin to realize even more how complex the subject of making choices is. If we were all to stop making choices everything would come to a halt.
I would very much like to hear from you, about the choices you have made, good or bad, and where they have taken you to.