Always be doing what’s next. Sounds simple, doesn’t it? Well it is.
Doing what’s next is not a specific strategy, tactic or technique in the traditional sense. Let’s call it the strategy of “allowing.”
Anything that is not in line with your desire in the moment is in the way of “what’s next.” Let’s say that your desire is to have a better relationship with your partner. The degree to which you believe the story you tell yourself about why you cannot have what you desire, is in the way. I am not worthy, it is her/his fault, I am not sure. All of these statements are in the way of discovering the “what’s next” of having the relationship you desire.
We get out of the way by dropping the conditioned narrative of our thinking and trusting in our lived experience. In the past in one way, shape or form we have all overcome the things that stop us today. As this becomes clearer “what’s next” becomes visible. In fact it wont just be visible it will be obvious. As we drop our conditioned narrative potential and possibility comes to the forefront. Potential and possibility point to “what’s next.” Realize that and you will always be doing “what’s next.” Stay in your narrative and you will not.
As we get clear on this we are left in a wonderland of ease and freedom. A place where what needs to be done next emerges into our thinking and is transformed into action without work or effort. From this place “what’s next” flows with ease.
The last piece of the puzzle is to “allow” yourself to trust yourself. Trust that what’s next will emerge, and it will.