Our Feelings are a Messenger

We often ignore our negative feelings when pursuing a course of action, where we think, suppress, and then act, but we’re meant to think, feel, and then act. If something feels bad to us, it could actually be a poor course of action, but to understand if this is so, we must first honor our feelings as a messenger, and ask why we are feeling them. Once we fully understand why, the feeling will dissolve and we can then feel into the choice again; decisions made in such a way are considered wise choices. Wisdom may seem to provide slower results, because it spends the time necessary to understand the logic behind each decision (via the honoring of our feelings), but ultimately it provides lasting results. ~Nathan & Aline

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