Well, we all get confused from time to time, but prolonged periods of confusion can make us feel trapped in an endless web of insecurity. Confusion can make us feel helpless, anxious, stressed, and a host of other emotionally draining emotions.
What if I told you confusion is good? Yes, while confusion can cause an endless cloud of fog that envelops everything around you, it is also a sign of a big and powerful change.
Just once think about it. If it all makes sense. For you all the time, how will you grow?
If you were always 100% confident in every decision you made or every fork in the road, how would you change or grow?
You take the time to discover the possibility of something else. For those currently stuck in a web of confusion, this may not make sense yet, but stay with me. Here's what you can do to overcome embarrassment and find joy:
Accept your position:
Embrace the fog, embrace confusion, and embrace the feeling of stagnation.
Sometimes you get stuck because you are destined to get stuck. This is usually a sign that more information needs to be provided before you can proceed.
Focus and say firmly, “I don’t know what to do. Do this and it's okay. When you declare confidence in your insecurity, you will come out of the fog and move closer to certainty. The more you focus on your confidence, the more peace you will feel with your confidence.
Focus on what you know:
When you're confused It's easy to get stuck in a network of repetitive and sequential thoughts that seem to have no end or beginning. To be clear, start focusing on what you don’t feel confused about. Try to start focusing on what you know and what you feel sure about. When you actually do this, it will automatically help to weaken the cloud of confusion over your life.
Confusion is a sign of change and you may have to wait a little before making a decision. you have no answers to all the questions. Just embrace the present and trust that inspiration will come to you when the time comes to make a decision.
If you need to make an immediate decision in a time of extreme confusion, the best thing you can do is adjust your wisdom. When you're stuck in a fog and can't see straight ahead, the best you have is your instincts.
Go your own way and follow your truth. Take a step forward and see what it feels like. If you feel good, keep going in the same direction. Keep it slow and steady until you are ready to take the leap of faith.
The beauty of being stuck and confused in life is that there is really no wrong turn or wrong path. You should know that every road traveled is a blessing in some
way, so take the stress out of life’s decisions and trust that all roads really do lead home.