I’ve been thinking about an issue I’ve been having with a family member.
We had different perspectives, and I started feeling indignant and righteous (one of my least appealing states of being).
Then I decided to use mindset tools to help shift my perspective.
I asked myself a question my Kabbalah teacher had given us: “Could it be true that there’s another way of looking at this?”
Of course. A thousand ways, or more.
Then I had this epiphany: “No one is right.”
There’s no one right way.
They may or may not be “right,” but it doesn’t really matter.
What matters is that asking myself this question helped me let go of my righteousness. Which to be honest, felt like a release. A relief.
Who’s the arbiter of what’s “right” in your life?
Your internal critic?
Societal expectation of identities such as “mother” or “lawyer”?
Is any ONE right?
I believe that our soul’s knowing is the best arbiter.
But it can be hard to hear. There’s so much static and interference.
WILL helps you learn to quiet the noise.
To tune the dial to your soul’s knowing.
So you make decisions that release you and you experience relief.