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Dilemmas in life


Are you at a crossroads? Not sure which way to go. For some of us decision making is incredibly challenging. This becomes a dilemma.

Small day to day decisions might be......What clothes to wear? Whether to order the fish or the meat dish? What route to take..even these decisions or choices can feel like mountains for some of us.

Life changing decisions may be........Do i change my career and take the new job? Shall i move somewhere else, ?Do i stay in this relationship or do i leave?


 Most of us will have experienced that tangled mind, where we simply cannot think clearly. The inner chatterbox driving at a 100 miles per hour. 


The most challenging thing to do decide to do nothing. This in itself is a decision.  There may be time frames we need to make decisions within, that still allows some time.


Allow yourself some time. Give yourself some space. If it is a person who is wanting an answer, say you want to take some time to think about this.


Feeling under pressure often results in actions that are not always thought through. We can be too hasty, act on emotional feelings. 


Press the pause button...wait...... usually when we release the pressure, we relax and the answer or action appears.  Learning patience, to be still, is one of my biggest and beneficial learning curves of all my time. However if you have a time scale this website my be helpful to read.

http://personalexcellence.co/blog/decision-making/


Seeking support in the decision process can be useful. Understanding how we can become more confident in making better choices can benefit us in work and relationships.

Go to my website www.windmillsoftheminds.com to find out more about support.


Thank you for reading. I welcome your thoughts and comments on my posts.

 

Try yoga or learn more about meditation to help you along.

http://yogawithadriene.com/

http://www.omharmonics.com/blog/


Sarah Thorpe.




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