Making choices is a balancing act. We’re always wondering what the right thing to do is. Slowing down creates space for us to figure out the answer. When we slow down, we give ourselves a chance to connect with our inner guidance. We develop a sense of compassion for where we are on a given day. We learn to respect our intuitive guidance as we slow down.
Discernment is a practice that develops from slowing down and finding our still centre. Through the practice of discernment, we learn to look at the many options in front of us and learn to take the option that is most suitable. As we slow down, we discern what is important. We discern what it relevant in our lives. We discern what is necessary for our lives.
When we feel blocked in life, and practice slowing down, we can use discernment to find our way through every block. It is easier to tune into discernment when we take a deep breath, find our centre and connect with the stillness inside. From this place of stillness, we identify the relevant, necessary and important option.
Slowing down and practicing discernment are like muscles. They need to be flexed and practiced often to become strong.
“Discernment is so much more than recognising right from wrong. It helps us distinguish the relevant from the irrelevant, the important from the unimportant, and the necessary from that which is merely nice.” – Dave A. Bednar
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