Maybe Isn't an Option

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Maybe Isn’t an Option


February 12

Channeled by Brenda Hoffman for Life Tapestry

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Dear Ones,

Adjusting to new thoughts and actions before you transitioned was often a convoluted process of accessing all the information you could gather about the change and then creating a method of adapting, perhaps through discussions with others, writing, or meditation.

Your new adjustment process is much less complicated. You merely continue with your life without much, if any, emphasis on how you are different.

As a result, you will find new activities or interests more readily than ever before while of the earth. Interests that may surprise you because you did not necessarily plan to participate in that action or activity. It just happened.

You will likely astound yourself almost daily in the next few days. "When or where did I become interested in that?"

You must then decide if you wish to follow through with that interest or if it is a fleeting thought you have moved beyond or explored in your sleep state.

Decisions have become a yes or no paradigm with no correct answers other than what you feel when you explore that piece.

Should you explore further even if you do not feel a spark of interest when you do? That is your choice - choices that are expanding rapidly throughout this week and next. Instead of deciding if you wish to purchase a green or blue jacket, you will be offered all the colors as choices or actions.

You will clarify who you wish to become, not in terms of shoulds or have-tos, but of self-interest. This is no longer a time of trying to make something or someone work with all the decision shades it once contained - but instead more of a yes/no process many times daily. For you will be offered anything and everything imaginable. There will not be time to refine those decisions. Instead, it will become "Yes, I'm interested" or "No, I'm not." And if your decision is no, it will be a definite no without the need for further exploration.

In the past, you pondered for days, weeks, or even years. "Am I interested in this relationship?" "Should I try to shift this relationship more to my liking or accept it as it is?" "Should I buy this?" And on and on, trying to fit within parameters that were not right for you. You will now decide in minutes or hours instead of days, weeks, or years.

There is too much opening in your world to waste time exploring something mildly interesting.

The difference between now and your past was that you needed to run your decisions through socially accepted behavior patterns. A process that most often included discussing the decision with friends or relatives to ascertain if you were 'right' to negate that person or action or if you should accept the so-so feelings to continue something of little interest to you.

Many relationships will evolve or end. Not because either person is bad or wrong, but because you do not have time to ponder your interests. Doing so with each decision would become overwhelming.

"Maybe" is no longer an option. Nor is "Give it some time."

You are now in your full flitting state with little need to wait and see or to play through a "Maybe if I do this or that, it will become right for me."

Your days will rush by with little need to slow yourself or your actions as you flit through decision after decision. Some of you will be very tired, even emotionally distraught, as you shift your decisions process from shoulds to interests. Others will be exhilarated as you toss aside your social restrictions.

However you process this part of your journey, you will be on your path with a distinct knowing who you are and why you selected that path. And even though those decisions might be refined or changed later, for now, you are flitting rapidly from one action to another without worrying about allowing enough decision time, what others might think, or who you should be or were. This rapid personal decision time will change your life.

Allow yourself to be surprised but also be thankful that you are finally allowing yourself to evolve as you wish and need instead of who you think you should be. So be it. Amen. To receive Brenda's Blog, subscribe via Or, click the Subscribe Button on the upper part of her "Blog & Subscribe" website page ( and click the –subscribe to Brenda's Blog by E-mail – line. Complete your subscription by entering your e-mail address and accepting the e-mail confirmation. 

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