Three Powerful Ways to Make Decisions

Three Powerful Ways to Make Decisions

“It is in your moments of decision
that your destiny is shaped.”
Tony Robbins

 

Ever feel overwhelmed by the sheer number of decisions and choices you are faced with daily, especially when it comes to making the most appropriate decisions or choices for yourself or for the people that you care about?

Experts have said that the average person can make up to 2000 decisions every hour – some of which are of very little effect and others that have far reaching consequences.

How we access and use information is critical to our decision making processes.

The quality of the information that we receive will influence the quality of the decision or choice that we make.

 

Three Powerful Ways to Access Information

Did you know that we are all capable of using three very powerful ways to access and receive information?

They are:

  1. Logic and reason (left brain)
  2. Intuition and feeling (right brain)
  3. Direct knowing and inspiration (whole brain)

And each of these ways is relevant and valid.

So how do they work?

 

Logic And Reason (Left Brain)

When we use the ‘left brain’ method for making choices, we use systems, data and checklists to make informed, logical and rationally based decisions.

If we were selecting flower essences for a ourselves or a client using this method we could identify issues or areas of concern through talking or self-reflection and match keywords and phrases to those contained in the Sacred Plant Medicine of Aotearoa Volume One book or the First Light® Online Repertory.

We could also refer to the information in our study workbooks for useful information.

 

Intuition And Feeling (Right Brain)

When we use the ‘right brain’ method, we use our sensitivity and intuitive processes to make a decision.

Have you ever had goosebumps appear on your skin or a strong ‘gut feeling’ when a thought or idea came to mind?

If we were selecting flower essences for ourselves or a client using this method, we would listen to our intuition and ‘get a feeling’ for the ideal essence to recommend.

We could also work with the First Light® Flower Essence Cards©, use a pendulum or we could use muscle testing.

 

Direct Knowing And Inspiration (Whole Brain)

This third method works with the superconscious aspect of the mind. Is a very sophisticated and inspired way to receive information and make a decision.

When we work in this way we experience a ‘pure knowing’ or instant inspiration while simultaneously honouring our intuition and knowledge.

If we were selecting flower essences for ourselves or a client using this method it would feel as we were bypassing the logical mind or rational explanations and understanding – it would be more than an intuitive feeling.

It might feel as if the essence itself was communicating directly with us. Using this method would enable us to select First Light Flower Essences of New Zealand® essences with laser-like precision.

 

There Is No ‘Right’ Or ‘Wrong’ Way to Make an Empowered Choice

Every flower essence selection is unique. There is no ‘right’ or ‘wrong’ way when it comes to selecting the most appropriate First Light Flower Essences of New Zealand® essences.

Likewise every life situation is unique and if you stay open, flexible and receptive to what each situation requires you can be assured, you have the ability to access information to support the right choice or decision for yourself or somebody you care about.

 

With much love,
Franchelle Ofsoské-Wyber and the team at
First Light Flower Essences of New Zealand®

 

 


 

P.S. Working with the Sacred Plant Medicine of Aotearoa Volume One book and the First Light® Flower Essence Cards© is a great way to familiarise yourself with the First Light Flower Essences of New Zealand® range of essences so you can draw on your own knowledge bank and tune into the energy and qualities of each essence with greater confidence.