Life Design Journey p. 2: Solitude, Bowling, & Instincts
Kurlies, from the bottom of my heart, thank you so much for the support you’ve shown for the first installment of my new Life Design series. In the second part, we’re discussing the importance of solitude when you’re trying to get yourself together, my miracle at the bowling alley (lol), and the importance of following your instincts.
There’s something I do want to note. In the video, I never said, “follow your instincts!” However, I do illustrate three solid examples where my instincts led me to materials and actions that positively impacted my life.
So I would like to tell you this: when you have an honest to goodness hunch about something, follow it.
Sometimes it’s hard to distinguish between instinct and random thoughts. These are some questions I like to ask myself if I’m not sure.
Does it just feel 100% right, like it’s the most natural thing to do in the world?
-If the answer is yes, chances are this is instinct.
Is this idea fear based? Do you want to do it because you’re afraid and full of anxieties.
-if the answer is yes, chances are this is not instinct.
Sometimes we can be in dangerous situations and feel afraid. However, I’ve found that my instincts to act still feel like the right thing to do in that moment. If I need to run, running feels right. If I need to scream, screaming feels right. And there beholds the difference.
I’m not a perfect person. However, when I find helpful things that better my life, I want to share them with you. The hope is that it will better your life too. But always fellow you best judgement.
So please let me know if you have any questions about anything you’ve heard in this series so far. Next week, we’ll be discussing the steps YOU can take to manifest positive change in your life.
Thank you so much for your support and please don’t forget to share with a friend.