How Important is Clarity?

Have you ever known something for sure? That’s the one, no questions asked, bingo, you got it, that’s true, I know this? I’m sure you have. And when you did, you were experiencing clarity. You felt sure, comfortable, secure, and it was something you held onto (in a good way).

To me, clarity involves faith, assurance, comfort and joy. These are all good feelings, and clarity is a good thing.

On the other hand, have you ever felt wishy-washy about something? Not sure of what you wanted, uncertain, floundering, experiencing ups and downs, kind of like a see-saw, but no fun? You weren’t experiencing clarity then.

Clarity is very important, and I don’t just mean in “big” things like large (read: expensive) purchases, choosing a relationship partner, having children, etc. Even in what you want for breakfast. Just try going to a restaurant, where you specifically have to tell someone what you want. If you don’t, you may get something totally different. If you ask for scrambled eggs, you’ll get scrambled eggs. But if you just ask for eggs, there could be a restaurant where they serve raw eggs… You probably wouldn’t order those, but if you weren’t clear about what you did want, then who’s to blame for the raw eggs? You, and your lack of clarity.

I’m putting this out there now, because I’ve experienced anything but clarity lately. So what did I receive from the beloved Universe? More un-clarity, questions, wonderings, floundering feelings. It was what most people might label “bad” – unpleasant feelings, mixed experiences, etc. But fortunately, I re-discovered how important it is to be clear about what I want. It’s not hard – well, not if I don’t make it hard for myself! But being clear is the one thing required in manifesting the life I want, the life you want, and good for the world in general.

Be clear, have fun, and be joyful in receiving the good that is yours!

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