"Make a decision and then make the decision right. Line up your Energy with it. In most cases it doesn't really matter what you decide. Just decide. There are endless options that would serve you enormously well, and all or any one of them is better than no decision." ~Abraham [Excerpted from the workshop: Orlando, FL on February 21, 1998]
I have finally learned that no matter what decision I make, if I embrace it, love it and respect it, it will turn out great for me. When you second guess a decision, you are filled with doubt and that leads to negative thoughts, which, as you all know, will attract more negative thoughts and things. When you've attracted enough negativity by repeatedly doubting what you've done, then you should not be surprised that you now think it was the "wrong" decision that you made. See how good we are at twisting things to mean what we want them to? It's actually kind of funny.
If you are a Libra as I am, you'd be laughing even more right now. Libras bounce back and forth weighing the pros and cons over and over again. It often drives our friends and loved ones nuts. In fact, it often drives us nuts. I am chuckling as I write this.
Once you make a decision, declare it good and continue to do so no matter what seems to happen. Do NOT falter in this declaration. Don't do the "what if" game. That will raise more doubts and doubts bring negative thoughts and change your vibrations to a lower plane.
Last year I had to withdraw from the race across Tennessee. I had been dreaming of accomplishing that for an entire year. It took me a day to make the decision that it would be better for my overall health (I was injured) to withdraw than to try to keep on pushing and risk further injury.
I accepted it knowing I did the best I could and also knowing that I wanted to learn from my decision. I chose to think that it was a great decision. And you know what? I learned so much from that experience as well as that decision that this year's event will be so much more of a success. Maybe I won't finish this year, but maybe I will. I only know that I'm going in with greater knowledge and have done things completely differently in preparation. Whatever I have or haven't done has been declared "good" and will serve me in some way as I make the trek again. Sure, I could sit here and worry that I haven't trained enough but then I think back to last year when I was over trained and trained incorrectly. Look where that got me - nowhere useful. So this year, I've had some limitations forced upon me and I have declared them good and made the most of them!
I can't help but "win" this year. What that means is that whatever happens will be considered "winning" by me!
Make your decision then declare it good and it will be. Every day look for the good from your decision. I guarantee you WILL find it!
Have a great week.