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January 19, 2006

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Michael

even writing this comment thought for a moment if it was the writ thing to do, i have delayed my true guidence all my life and i find it hard to get it back, i feel kind of lost and also know i will find it again-still delaying my guidence. love. M

LP

I agree w/you and M. I have always felt that I "should" be doing something with my life, but never figured out how or what. at age 35 I finally went back to college, got a MA in School Psychology because I've always been interested in the field of psychology, yet, I went into school psychology because a professor told me it was something I could do in the field, w/out a PhD. So I'm once again in a job I do not understand why I don't find fulfilling, I put off doing things I need to do, and feel guilt and self-doubt about my abilities. I am almost 43 and still dissatisfied with my life (although many would envy it) and feel adrift and without purpose. I have probably always listened to False Guidance and never learned what True Guidance looks or feels like. It's hell to be this way. I'm so happy you have found a way to listen to yourself inside and become whole. I find I am better at giving advise to others than making myself do the same things! I've just always felt clueless, yet could make a list a mile long of the "shoulds" that I should be doing.

Deb Call

LP - your comment indicates that you are a reflective person and that you have a good level of self-awareness. I bet that you have indeed followed your true guidance at some points in your life. It may have been in subtle things, or not. The fact that you are led to read posts of this nature is a sign of guidance. Perhaps it would be helpful for you to review your life in this light in order to recognize more readily when you have been led from your higher, true self.

Thanks for stopping by.

BJ

I'm trying to take steps towards reaching my dreams. I love food and nutrition and aromatherapy. So, I am contemplating going to a holistic nutrition institute in January, 6 months from now. Although it makes perfect sense to take this step, I get a sick feeling in my body when I think about doing it. I wonder if this sick feeling is higher guidance telling me to avoid taking this step or whether it is just fear. How can I know the difference?

BJ

For anyone looking for their purpose in life, I highly recommend the book "A New Earth" by Eckhart Tolle.

Deb Call

Hi BJ - in reading over your comment, I was struck by your language "it makes perfect sense." That's your head talking. Apparently your body is sending a conflicting message. I can't tell you what that means for sure. Try and recall other situations in your life that you have followed through on - what do you recall from those experiences/choices? If nothing else, take small steps towards researching the institute and see what comes up for you. Wishing you the best!

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