Hidden Answers

Posted by Jacinta Hin on April 24, 2008

My client was struggling with a decision, so I asked her to revisit the original reasons that had brought her to the situation she was in. She struggled with that too.

Then she came across a piece of advice that gave her the answer she had been looking for: have high intention and low attachment – do everything you can to create your desired outcomes, and than let it go.*

She confirmed her intentions, decided not to be attached to any outcomes and to postpone any decision by simply letting things be and take their own course.

And the quote became her mantra. She now applies this to the many choices she is facing in her daily life.

She had felt uneasy about a situation and instead of dismissing her feelings, she listened and explored what it meant. As a result, she not only found a solution for her dilemma; she hit upon a piece of wisdom that fits her so well that it is changing her outlook.

Answers are often to be found in unexpected places and presented to us in surprising forms.

And by not settling for what does not feel right, you could end up with a lot more than you thought you were looking for.

* Source: How to Get from Where you Are to Where You Want to Be – the 25 principles of success, by Jack Canfield

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