How to Get Clear of Confusion!

Nobody likes to feel confused, overwhelmed, with sticky fear in your gut and a growing panic that you need to know something that you don’t… Yeah, that sucks!

So how do you find clarity when you’re miles away from anything that feels clear?!

Watch this video for some insight into this:


It might be helpful to know that confusion always represents a split between the head and the heart. It is simply the sensation of that split. Therefore, the best solution is to figure out what represents the head, and then what represents the heart.

Easier said than done, right? “Listen to your heart” is a rather vague instruction. “Listen to your intuition” might be another way to put it, but that’s pretty vague too. And if, say, you have a conditioning of dysfunction that has you attracted to your friend, who is emotionally unavailable but you just love them so much… that can sure feel like your heart! So the phrase, “listen to your heart” can mean many things.

My advice, when “listening to your heart,” is to use sensation as a gauge of where your heart is at. It is the sensation of an exhale – a release that is really connected and alive. If you can feel that sensation, it is most likely connected to your heart. If the sensation you feel is more constricted, limited, achy, or tight, it usually represents the head (the mind). And the head is not connected to clarity the way the heart is.

For some great tools to navigate that sticky or overwhelming confusion, watch the video above and then be sure to sign up for my free email series, where I guide you through some simple steps for getting more clarity in your life.

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