Inquiry: It’s possible to make the wrong decision

 

It’s possible to make the wrong decision. 

Situation: Upcoming life choices.

Is it true?

Yes.

Can you be certain it’s true?

No.

What happens, how do you react, when you have that belief?

I feel afraid.

I obsess about the decision and different options.

I seek out information. I explore different scenarios.

I want a guarantee that what I chose will be the right choice.

I think it’s unfair that I can’t find a guarantee.

I feel tense.

I think it may be wrong no matter what I do.

I feel paralyzed.

I think it’s safer to stay passive, to let life make the decision.

I see life/the world as an enemy. I feel like a victim.

I feel like a little child. I want someone to tell me it will be OK. I want someone to tell me what to do.

Who would you be without that thought? 

Trust.

Trust it will be OK.

Relaxed.

Following what seems right for me in the situation I am in.

Honest.

Turnarounds

It’s impossible to make the wrong decision.

I cannot find right and wrong outside of my thoughts.

I can change it (most of the time).

I get to see my beliefs.

If I acted from fears/beliefs I get to see it.

It’s possible to make the right decision.

When I am honest, it feels right.

If I am dissatisfied with my decision, I can make another.

I have made decisions I was happy with in the past.

Right and wrong is in my thinking.

It’s possible to make the right decision because it’s God’s will.

It’s possible to make the wrong passivity.

I may let life/circumstances decide, instead of making an active choice.

I may get caught up in fears/beliefs without questioning them.

I am not honest with myself/others, I can get passive/paralyzed.

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