how to take inspired action

In both the spiritual and self-help communities, we are encouraged to take inspired action. What does that really mean, and how, exactly, are we supposed to do that? Where does this inspiration even come from?
For example, when I began this blog, I researched topics and added a few of my insights along the way. In other words, I was taking action, but I was not writing from the heart. This is where our inspiration comes from. True inspiration can also come from our spirit guides, angels, or any other source that connects you to the divine.
If you want to know whether your desire to take action on something in your life is coming from a place of inspiration, ask yourself this question. Is this coming from a place of love, or is it coming from a place of fear, guilt, or obligation?

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transforming limiting beliefs 3:calling all angels

If the last two techniques didn’t resonate with you, maybe this one will. It’s as simple as asking the angels for help.

You are not required to practice a specific religion or spiritual belief to ask for their assistance. Best of all, you don’t have to reach a certain level of initiation, spend hours in meditation, or be a famous psychic. All it takes is a little bit of faith.

The next time you are plagued by a limiting belief or faced with a seemingly insurmountable problem, take a deep breath, relax, and say a quick prayer, and God and the angels will come to your aide.

It doesn’t even need to be a formal prayer. It could be as easy as saying: Angels, I need your help with ___, and I thank you. You may or may not notice a difference right away, but these heavenly beings do hear our prayers, and they do answer.

For more information on angel communication, I highly recommend Doreen Virtue’s books on amazon. Also, if you enjoy my blog and would like an intuitive reading, I can be contacted at jsisco2013 (at) gmail.com. This concludes my three-part series on transforming limiting beliefs.