Clarity is GOLD.
It’s what we all need, want and accidentally lose all too often. I did this quick video to cheer you on after a few conversations with clients, as they raved about their new-found clarity. I was reminded of my moment with new glasses recently.
Note – the fuzzy trees in the background are not at all how trees were looking to me! I hadn’t noticed they were less defined than they could be, but wow, the definition I now see is quite amazing. Do you ever think that the way you see the world is how it actually is? That it’s normal?
It’s actually packed full of potential that you don’t see.
I haven’t had glasses for years, and last time they were for reading. Apparently my eyes have changed and reading is no trouble, but long distance vision is a little fuzzy. Interesting. I’ve increased my capacity for detail, but l need a little help for long distance clarity, which I’ve been bringing back into focus with my own coach lately. Interesting to see how physical things like eyes, can be a mirror to the mental, emotional and spiritual state we’re in.
Ever notice that?
Here’s a couple of questions to ask yourself about clarity.
Where and when did you most have it?
When do you think you might have lost it?
What now? Do you need to make a decision, have a conversation, or take a step out of the comfort zone? What will help you to step back in the clarity you had – or know you can have, when you’re living purposefully?
Pen and paper is the most amazing tool to help you work this out.
Clarity sometimes just disappears due to the assumptions we make. We can be really clear about a course of action, but when something ‘gets in the way’ we can add meaning to it, but not truth. We make an assumption that’s all-too-often negative, which clouds our vision, slows us down, and sometimes stops us all together.
Take some time for yourself – I know, this might seem like a challenge, but you do it for others…
It’s your turn. Carve out some time for you and your paper, and do a brain dump. Just start with the questions above, and the questions on the video (like ‘what do you really want’) and be open to surprising, perhaps confronting, and most importantly, encouraging yourself.
I’d love to hear how you go!
And if my significant Shift Questionnaire has been useful (or will be if you just ask for it), please let me know if you’d like a free 20 minute call to clarify things further.
Cheering you on to Create the Life YOU Want,
PS. For those in/around Dubbo this month, join us for some exciting events – first there’s International Women’s Day, then Creative Thinking, emotional awareness and problem-solving information sessions. Details here.
by Kerrie Phipps