This week's question from my portal “The Neagle Code: Directions
for Life” comes from Alison.
Hi Alison. This is a great question!
Giving yourself permission to do something begins with making a decision to trust your inner desire.
What is it that you really want? When you know the answer to this question, it will point you in the right direction to receive it.
Instead of seeking validation from others that what you are doing is the right thing, look inward and ask yourself, “Is this something that I really want to do or is it something I think I should do based on what someone else is telling me?”
Once you know that it is your true desire, ask yourself four clarifying questions that will tell you if a decision you are making is the right one or not.
These questions are:
1. Is this something I want to be, do or have?
2. Is being, doing, or having this taking me closer to my goal?
3. Is being, doing or having this in alignment with Universal Law? (More life to all-does it add to other’s lives?)
4. Does being, doing or having this violate the rights of others? (Meaning does it take away another person’s right to choose).
You are looking for 3 yeses and a no. When you are experiencing indecision, using the four questions above will help you see clearly which direction to take.
Once you know the answer, the rest is up to you. If the direction you’re taking is truly what you want, you can’t go wrong in following it regardless of what others might say.
You are the only expert on you.
Honor yourself by taking responsibility for your own decisions, follow your desire and you will get what you want every time.
As you do this time and time again, your self-esteem will grow and you won’t even think about seeking permission from someone else.