When you spend more time by yourself and develop your abilities, you begin to honestly assess your strengths and abilities, you will begin to feel more in tune with your real person.
Over time, you will realize that you are not your enemy but one of your greatest allies. You will begin to understand that any failures or setback you experienced were as a direct result of lack of confidence. The solution is to commit yourself to bridging the gap you created.
Throughout this process of bridging, you will face some challenges, awkward moments when you aren’t sure if you can trust your abilities. Perhaps you felt a nudge to move in a certain direction and then have doubts about whether it’s a genuine insight or wishful thinking. Or you might feel confused and scattered, still unsure what purpose means to you and what abilities you possess.
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The best way to overcome these initial challenges is to:
- Keep working on your confidence your abilities. Start with something small, improve your decision-making and believe more in intuition.
- Then as you are faced with choices during the day, pause for a moment and turn your attention inward as you consider your options. See if you feel any physical sensations about a particular choice. Does your gut tighten with anxiety when you consider making a move? Or do you feel an inner urging to choose a certain option? If you feel comfortable trusting these hunches, do so. You might be surprised by how accurate your initial hunches are.
- If you do experience problems when you trust your intuition, simply keep working at it. It may seem frightening at the beginning, but in very short order you should be feeling much more confident about making decisions, and you should notice that your choices are becoming wiser and more beneficial every day.
- Also focus on learning to trust yourself to know what is best for you in the grand scheme of things. Too often we allow others to direct our lives because it’s easier than forging our own path. We’re afraid to upset someone, or offend them, or hurt their feelings, so we let go of controlling our own lives and let them do it for us.
As well-intentioned as those people may be, they do not know better than we do what is best for us. The choices they make for us can be unfulfilling, misleading or downright dangerous.
Make it your mission to trust your abilities more. Again, the more you spend getting reacquainted with yourself, the more you will gain a greater understanding of who you are and what you really want in your life.
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