How to take right decision

The young man was out of his fourth job. Something was going wrong somewhere for him. His mind was in turmoil. In panic, he was talking or doing certain things that he would hate to do in normal life. The job was good, he had done well for the year and half that he was with them but the nature of his job was dispensable for the management and since they had to cut down on people and resources because of a bad financial year, he was handed the pink slip.

His spouse had a job, she taught in a school but that would not bring them financial happiness.

The sleep eluded him and therefore he had started to look haggard in the house itself. His children looked on silently as they didn’t know what was going on. But they also knew that their father was in panic mode.

Something had to be done.

Ensure the clarity of mind and the power that evolves from that inner calm.

Usually, in such circumstances, clarity of mind is the very required thing. Peace and stability come in from there. But an agitated mind disallows the peace to come in. Too many thoughts happen. One goes into a freeze with the “what ifs” of every thought clouding the head. And that is most harmful under the circumstances. So, calmness is required under the circumstances. Calmness that can elevate the mind beyond the stalemate. The thoughts are elevated, they germinate new ideas and proposals and that starts to feed in the positive influences. That clears the mind and things start to get better.

Seek the benefits of a 30 minute meditation session that will activate and power the possibility that your mind offers.

The young man had to do something once he understood that he needed to bring in inner calm. Help arrived in the form of a teacher. He vouched for a good 30 minute meditation. It would clear his mind, take away all the emotional toxins and bring in the much needed silence and peace. Fertility of the mind shall be activated by the inner silence. New and elevated thoughts would be possible. In that calm, he could then put forth the questions that needed answers.

The Inner Calm works for you and creates great decision making capacities in life, even in the context of activating intuition when asking others for answers.

Whether it is life or work or happiness, the answers are within. Allow your inner calm to answer those questions and show you the way. Remind yourself, “I am a wise being and capable of great decisions for myself, I follow the path of meditation and seek the best answers to troubling questions, thereby empowering myself.”

The young man tried out the meditation way for the next few weeks, the answers came and very shortly a job offer landed from a very different company who saw merit in what he had done previously and even offered him a good package!

Sit Back and say this to yourself

  • I am  a wise being
  • I am light
  • I energise my mind every morning
  • I meditate for 30 mins
  • I clean my mind of the past
  • I heal emotional wounds
  • I strengthen my intuitions daily
  • Past is over
  • Power is in my present
  • My future is secure
  • In every situation i choose my response
  • I decide what is right for me, for people around me, for the task small or big.
  • Every decision is based on my values, of honesty, integrity, compassion, co-operation.
  • I am untouched by public opinion
  • My intuition gives me the right answer
  • I respond right to every situation
  • My accurate response sharpens my decision making power
  • I am clear
  • I am confident
  • My every decision is accurate
  • I am responsible for the consequences of my decision
  • I think right
  • I think less
  • I am easy
  • I am powerful

Apurva Popat

Apurva Popat

Dr Apurva Popat has been teaching Medical science since he was in his medical school and has helped many students to master medical and spiritual knowledge.

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