It is either a “yes” or a “no”. Listening within to this deeper recognition of “yes” or “no” regarding decisions is a true means of navigating life.
Should I go with this person? Yes or no. Should I eat this food? Yes or no. On a deeper level we know what the answer is, but it may not be what we want or what is considered polite.
I remember sitting in front of a dish I ordered that was just served to me at a restaurant. As it hit the table I felt “no” but had no “real” reason for turning it back – I politely ate it and ended up with a serious migraine.
There was the experience and the consequence. I’m sure we can all think of more serious consequences to not listening to a “no” or a “yes”.
This decision-making gauge is taught in the New Message from God. I have found this to be a true source of direction, for the big life-changing decisions and the small day-to-day questions.
Big or small it has always yielded the right outcome… when I follow an immediate “no” or listen for a deeper response related to a decision before me by posing this simple question…
“Is it a yes or a no?