My path is now clear to me because today I am making decisions that need to be made. I have carefully considered all the details, and I am positive I have made the right decision for me. Thus, I am ready to take action on what I have decided. I choose to take the time to lay out a detailed plan so that my decision takes form and becomes my reality. Moreover, I choose to love the decision that I have made and I embrace it wholeheartedly and follow through on it.
How do I do this?
First of all, I choose to believe that I have made the correct decision for myself. Hence, I choose to take action on the decisions I have made and make a point of taking steps to implement my plans. As a result, I also trust myself to be successful with my decisions.
I act upon my decision with joy in my heart, trusting that this is perfect for me at this time in my life. I also choose to believe that this decision will have all of it’s elements easily fall into place for me. Additionally, I recognize that everything I do today will affect my decision in a positive way. I embrace all the wonderful changes this decision will bring into my life. Thus, I choose to recognize that making decisions is a part of my growing and moving forward with my life.
At the end of the day:
As I take a moment and look back at my day, I realize that it is filled with new plans and direction. In fact, I see that my responses to this decision have influenced my life in a positive way. As a result, I take comfort in knowing that I have made the right decision for me. I look back on the day and see that I have taken positive action and implemented my decision. Thus, I now know that the timing is perfect for me to do this right now.
I trust myself to make the best decision for me.
This photograph was taken at the Sunoka Beach during the winter months in the Okanagan Valley. These oddly shaped boats were all chained together and being stored in the public park. In fact, it was their bright colors which could be seen from the busy highway were what drew me into the park to see what they were.