To the one who can perfectly practice inaction, all things are possible. ~ Ernest Holmes
Step back to find clarity.
Take a breather and honor your yin (feminine) nature. This is not always so easy to do in a culture that honors and celebrates the yang (drive/strive mode), while turning its nose at the virtues of the yin qualities of flow and letting go. In yang mode we get things done. In yin mode we fill our tank and reflect on our larger vision and purpose, so when its time to move, we do so with precision. If we are to live in balance, we need both action and reflection. There are times to do and times for inaction. To know which mode is most appropriate, step back, and practice discernment.
Divine discernment lets me know when to go, when to stop, and when to drop into the space in between.
The Hero’s Journey dream oracle, by Kelly Sullivan Walden