Messages about decisions

Neale Donald Walsch

Life provides us all with an interesting path. But to where? we wonder. To where are we going? 

Ronna Herman

Ronna Herman > Decision Time - The Future Is Now

You are at a crossroads in your evolutionary process, for the world you have known in the past is slowly fading away. As Divine Sparks of the Creator, you were given a great gift, a treasure chest of Creator Essence to use in any way you desired. 

Cheryl Richardson

I woke this morning feeling a bit tender. It's Mother's Day here in the states and as I got out of bed to face the day, I was hit with an unexpected wave of sadness at not having had children. 

Ann Albers

Ann Albers > Decisions, decisions...

There are many times in your lives when you feel yourself lost in confusion. You are faced with decisions that you fear will deeply affect your future.

Dr. Judith Orloff

Dr. Judith Orloff > How to Intuitively Make Smart Decisions

Intuition offers a direct line to your life force, and also, as I experience it, to a divine intelligence. We can’t afford to remain deaf to intuition’s messages.

Cheryl Richardson

I’ve been working on my next book, a memoir about the perils and pleasures of aging consciously.  I’m doing my best to live each day awake and aware of the finiteness of life.  As I make decisions, I keep asking, “If today were my last day on earth, would I be satisfied with this choice?” By doing so, I’m becoming acutely aware of what adds comfort, contentment, peace, and meaning to my life.  I’m realizing some pretty interesting things.

Sarah Biermann

Sarah Biermann > To Decide or to Choose?

I like to explore the energetics and ancient meanings of words. I have written several articles that are posted on my blog in the category "language". Here’s a link to those posts: http://imagicreation.wordpress.com/category/language/

Neale Donald Walsch

I have observed that many, many spiritually minded people feel that life is a process of discovery. Just this past week someone wrote to me of a personal challenge they were facing, and ended their letter with, "Well, we'll just have to wait to see what God has in store."