Not every decision we take will have a clear, reasonable answer and rationale behind it. Many of our life-changing decisions and choices we make are often intuitively guided. Like that cushy job you left to embark on your long-cherished adventures or to build your dream business.
Perhaps, for once, you mustered your courage to part away from soured relationships and find new ones and broke free from toxic people and places to start over, once again.
These choices are never easy. A constant nudge, a restless feeling prods you, pushes you and tells you that where you are right now is not where you are meant to be.
Call it as our inner voice or instinct, it reminds us about the path that we must undertake despite the mundane realities and demands of everyday life. When we do follow our heart—the core of that inexplicable insight and knowing we all human beings possess yet seldom explore—we arrive at where we must.
Life as we know it comes with a fair share of responsibilities and obligations. We often ignore and shut that voice conveniently without truly examining our thoughts, our emotions; basically, our mental state.
As our spirit slowly begins to feel a sense of dissatisfaction, discontentment, and despair, we easily slip into the daily grind of our lives. So, we continue to live a life of compromises, monotony, and boredom.
And what a way to lead a banal, uncreative, and lack-lustrous days.
A constant nudge, a restless feeling prods you, pushes you and tells you that where you are right now is not where are meant to be
But sooner or later, you will find your breakthrough moment and realize your true power. You will believe in your dreams and discover the strength and courage to follow your journey. Whether you want to leave that dull job or get out of an unhealthy relationship. You will experience your moments of clarity and you will know that the time has arrived to take the right step.
When we finally do, we realize that all this time, that constant inner voice, that intuition has been guiding us to our arrival point. And, it is about time to set out on that road without thinking of the consequences.
For once, we must trust that when the time is right, we will know it.