is paramount that you go with your gut when making decisions. No matter
what you call it (conscience, intuition, the Holy Spirit, -Ing) there
is an internal compass continuously guiding you towards the unique
opportunities and right relationships that are meant for you. Listen to
are always signs or red flags alerting you to emotional danger. Pay
attention to them. If something doesn’t sit right with you, take some
time to feel it out before making a decision so you can be sure to make
the right one.
This is not, however, to be confused
with succumbing to fear. Often, when fear is present, there’s an
accompanying nervousness–a feeling of not-knowing–that seeps in. But I
have found that there is a sense of calm and near certainty that
abounds when we sense innately that something isn’t right for us. There
is a distinct difference between these two feelings.
there is a feeling that we might be missing out on something if we say
“no” or we walk away; but rest assured that what is for you won’t miss
you. It, he or she will be there waiting when you are ready–if these
things are meant for you, it is impossible for them not to show up for
you. By letting go of the things that are not for you, you’re making room for possibility.