When You’re Not Sure Which Way to Go… Do This!

Ever been torn between two options when t comes to a relationship?

Both may seem equally appealing (or not) and it can sometimes feel really frustrating to know what to do. 

So the clients come to me with a conundrum like this, I invite them to move out of their head and into that playful, receptive open space of possibilities. 

In order to access that space, you can do this simple thing…try ’em on.

Try on each choice for 24 hours.

Just for 24 hours, imagine that you’ve already made the decision to do XYZ (choice 1).

Live with it for 24 hours, take it into your body and act as if.

Notice how your body feels throughout the day and how this choice informs how you speak, how you move in your world, etc. 

Then, journal on that at the end of the day.

Shake it off and take deep breaths.

Then, the next day, ‘try on’ the other choice. Repeat. 

You can gain invaluable information if you are willing to fully surrender to each choice. 

I’ve had clients tell me:

  • “I knew what I wanted to do in the middle of the day. It was clear-like my head couldn’t get in the way.”
  • “Neither choice felt expansive…I realize I’ve been discounting a third possibility. I don’t know what the looks like but I’m going to stay open to that presenting itself instead of feeling like I have to choose between these two only.”
  • “Both made my body feel pretty neutral. I realize it really doesn’t matter which one I choose-both create the same result in my body. Interesting…”

So, there you have it.

Q: Are you willing to ‘try on’ different options this week for a 24-hour period?

No need to attach to the outcome or judge yourself or the experience. 

It’s about gathering information from your intuition and your body. Who knows? You may even get a clear sign out in the world. 

What do you have to lose but getting in your way?

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