Are You Stuck in a Rut and Can’t Get Up?

“I don’t know what to do.” “I feel stuck.” “I’m in a rut.” Those are words I hear frequently from clients. Life feels stalled. All those big hopes and dreams you once had for yourself seem like they’re on a distant horizon or even in another universe altogether.

BY: Lynn A. Robinson

 

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Stop saying, “I don’t know” and “I’m stuck.” — There is part of you that does know and it’s providing information right now to help you move towards something fun, interesting, exciting and successful. It’s your intuition. If the words “I’m stuck” or something similar are in your mind and endlessly repeating themselves, try replacing them with “I’m getting clearer” and “New ideas are coming every day and I’m looking forward to following up on them.”

What do you do if you determine you’re off track? As Yogi Berra said, “If you come to a fork in the road, take it!” What are you doing that's on the mark? If one way doesn't work for you, be ready to go another. Many times, the road to success is found by taking a detour. Sometimes we get overly focused on getting to our goals through a well-trodden or familiar path. A crisis is one of the ways that the Universe can show you a new direction. If you can say, “yes” to the alternative route in front of you, you may find a wonderful new vista opening up that’s full of opportunity.

Lynn A. Robinson, M.Ed., is a leading expert on the topic of intuition. Through her work as an intuitive consultant she's helped thousands of people discover their life passion and achieve their goals. Voted “Best Psychic” by Boston Magazine, she’s also a bestselling author whose books include LISTEN: Trusting Your Inner Voice in Times of Crisis, The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Psychic Intuition and Trust Your Gut. She writes a free, highly popular Intuition Newsletter. Her website is http://LynnRobinson.com.


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