“I don’t feel like it” is NOT you being lazy.
It’s your inner guidance telling you that one of these things is going on:
#1 You don’t have to do this now.
#2 You don’t have to do this at all.
#3 The action you think about triggers some kind of doubt or fear.
The solution is simple.
When it’s #1, don’t do it.
When it’s #2, don’t do it.
When it’s #3, explore what’s going on underneath.
What, if anything, do you fear?
What, if anything, do you resist?
Notice what comes up. Release stories that no longer serve you, find different perspectives on things you fear, and then do what feels inspired next: to let go of the action and don’t do it, or do it after all.
Most of us have been taught that not feeling like doing something is a sign that you’re lazy and you should just buckle up and get on with it!
If everyone would only do whatever the hell they felt like, well, the world would be in chaos!
The truth is that if EVERYONE always followed their soul’s guidance, the world would be IN A MUCH BETTER PLACE.
YOU will be in a much better place!
Because your soul knows best. Your soul knows ALL your wants, needs and desires and is orchestrating the best and easiest ways to bring it all to you.
She is tirelessly working FOR you, on your behalf, together with Life, Source, or whatever you want to call it, and shows you EXACTLY what to do and when to do it, by bringing you the inspiration /nudges/excitement that points you to your next best action.
She ALSO shows you exactly what you DON’T have to do.
One of the signs that show you that you don’t have to do something, is that you don’t feel like doing it.
You’re not lazy.
You don’t have to buckle up.
You don’t have to force yourself to do anything.
You only have to follow your inner guidance, your intuition, your inspiration.
And ignore everything else. Including what others think you should do or your fear-based mind thinks you should do.
Choose to trust your soul, follow her lead, and you’re always in the right place, at the right time, doing the right thing, at the right time.
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