Belief: Following The Pack

How often has following the pack, whomever you define as ‘the pack’ been valuable to you?  How often has it been less than valuable…perhaps even detrimental?

My intention, or some might call it resolution, for this year is to follow my own guidance.  This has already meant leaving the pack.  I did not think much about this potential aspect of my intention. I really did not even consider it.  And yes, here it is.  Leaving the pack, the norm, the tried-and-true, what everyone else does.

So I had a bit of soul-searching yesterday.  Did I really want to leave the pack?  If I did and followed guidance and was not successful, what would happen besides me beating me up for being ‘so stupid’.  Would I lose faith in my guidance?  Would I lose faith in my ability to listen to – hear – and follow my guidance?

I decided to stay the course of my intention and now, here I am…on the edge…learning all about the feeling of safely when following the norm and the feeling of exhilaration when not following the norm.  We shall see just how different life is going to be.

Would you be willing to follow guidance instead of the norm?  And, if you have, what have you discovered – about you? about your guidance? about the norm?????

How would you like to consider shifting some of your long-held  beliefs? 

Shift Your Perspective – Shift Your Belief – Shift Your Life Experience

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One Response to “Belief: Following The Pack”

  1. T. Michael Says:

    “Truth is a gem that is found at a great depth; whilst on the surface of this world, all things are weighed by the false scale of custom” – Lord Byron (b. Jan. 22, 1788)

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