For those of us more in touch with our logical sides than our emotive ones, life can become increasingly difficult to navigate. If only it were a straight line! How easy it would be to plan, to see the horizon, to catch sight of any obstacles and have time to prepare for them.
So when it comes to navigating intuitively, by feel rather than by brain, we end up paralyzed, lying on the path and trying to think our way through when we’ve already learned that strategy gets us nowhere.
A wise friend recently told me that if I can’t make a decision, perhaps I’m asking the wrong question. Perhaps I’m approaching the question with the wrong tools. Perhaps the only way to get anywhere is to close my eyes and feel my way there.