You may have heard that logical decision-making isn’t always everything it’s cracked up to be.

If you want to make decisions based on what feels really, truly right for you, then you might need to start measuring on a different scale …

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Clarity Gem 6-11-15


Stop for a second and imagine the first visual that comes to mind when you hear the word “alive.”

What are you doing? What do you see? Hear? Sense? How do you feel?

For some people, “alive” means exhilarated, energized, or inspired. For others, us included, feeling alive is more about being deeply calm and peaceful. It doesn’t really matter what gets you there, because ultimately, feeling alive always boils down to an all-senses-activated, joyful kind of sensation.

And that’s exactly how you’ll feel when something, anything in life, is right for you. Your attraction to it will make you come alive, in whatever way that means to you.

When something is wrong for you? Well, you’re likely to feel quite the opposite. Neutral. Apathetic. Uninspired. Drained. Anxious. Muted.

And anything that makes you feel less alive is far less than you deserve.

twitter-birdMeasure whether something is right for you on a scale of how alive it makes you feel. #ClarityGems

How is this #ClarityGem sitting with you today? Tag us @ClarityonFire on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram to let us know!


Sometimes it’s just better to avoid long blog posts and cut straight to the point!

Think of #ClarityGems as your weekly shake of the good ‘ole Magic 8 Ball … you never know what might bubble up, and how it might be exactly what you need to hear today.

And instead of just a beautiful, inspirational, and shareable image (which is a nice start), we’re giving you some quick thoughts about how to interpret it … because inspiration without action is pretty, but kind of anti-climatic.

Tweet it, share it on Instagram, or forward it along to someone who needs to hear it today … and tag us (@ClarityonFire) to let us know how this Gem is inspiring you!

Much Love,

Kristen + Rachel

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