What is being decisive? Does it mean being quick at decision making or does it mean being sure about the decision you make. I think it’s the later. People who are decisive, usually dig in their heals once they make a decision – they are unwavering. Sometimes people around them see this as a quality – other times not so much. In the light of a pending disaster, the person who makes decisions with clarity and certainty to organize, plan and assist is an asset. But when your role is to be a leader or managers of projects and people being decisive can be seen as being uncooperative. The same can apply at home as well…your spouse or significant other could conceive that your decisive nature leaves them out of the decision making process.
What does the Law of Attraction (LoA) have to say about all of this?
There is always a short, direct route into the vortex to all the things we want, but it is not always the easiest route.
When we have a lot of resistance on our path in the form of negative beliefs, that shortest route is the most difficult one to take. It’s like intentionally banging into a brick wall and getting hurt.
You can tell that you are doing that because life feels as if it’s stuck and you’re not moving forward.
One of the things that people often miss in their understanding and practice of the Law of Attraction is that you cannot create a reality outside of your belief system.
Our beliefs are what create obstacles on our path. When you have limiting beliefs, your path in life is full of obstacles, and even the path of least resistance is a bumpy ride.
People who seem to glide through each day with ease and fun have less restrictive beliefs about the world. In other words, do you see things as black and white? Do you think that there is a right and wrong way to behave and think?
I love how Abraham explains the story of Martin Luther King - the process of his alignment and what happened when he was shot. A mother comes to the hot seat and asks Abraham to help her tell the story of Martin Luther King for the benefit of her young child, and she want to tell this child the story in a positive, empowered way.