“You factor in many different perspectives before making a decision. You weigh the pros and cons, you think about possible consequences, you take in to consideration beliefs, past events, historical data. You are literally bombarded with information whenever you are confronted with the simplest of decisions.
You give yourselves opportunities to make decisions because you want to have a say in what goes on in your lives, and your choices do have an impact on yourself and others. But navigating through all the data that you are presented with when faced with making a decision is enough to give the most confident person several chances to doubt and second-guess themselves.
You are interpreters of frequency. This is what you do all day, every day. You filter these frequencies through all of your different bodies, all of your different senses. And sometimes, you get a clear picture of the frequency that is coming to you, and sometimes you have a distorted view. But interpret frequency, you will do.
We suggest that you approach decisions as opportunities to interpret frequency and nothing more. The frequency that you want to get out of the choice you make must then match that which you are interpreting. If the choice before you contains the frequency that you want to experience, then it is the right choice – no matter what the facts say.
Practice with small decisions, where there is less likelihood for distortion to occur. Feel out the frequency of what you are about to do, and ask yourself whether it matches that which you want to experience. You will never make a wrong choice or a bad choice, but you may make a choice that does not match the frequency that you desire to engage with. So choose according to your best interpretation of the frequencies at hand.
We are Michael. We are infinite. We are Love.”