When Is It Time To Move On?

We all have those moments in our life when we ask ourselves if it is time to move on. For example, we don’t like our job anymore and we ask ourselves if it is time to quit. Or, the relationship with our partner has come to a point where you consider a break up or divorce.

In the past I have been on such cross roads many times and usually I felt very confused, not knowing what to do and my choices and decisions often reflected that, as did the results. Do you recognize that? Did you have situations like that in your life and in hindsight concluded that perhaps you should have followed a different path?

What if you would be able to apply a different perspective and bring more clarity to such situations? Being able to choose a different approach that not only would make you more happy in the moment itself, but would also help you create more positive potentials, create more alignment with what you really want? You don’t believe that this is possible? Well, I do it all the time and it does work.

How I do this?

Well, listen to this Q&A with Abraham and you will know too. Although Abraham talks here about moving on in a relationship or not, from my own experience I can tell you that what is said can be applied to any situation in which you question if it is time to move on.

Please enjoy and don’t hesitate to join the laughter of the audience because this is Abraham at their best.

Questions you may want to reflect on

  1. Does it make sense to you to exclusively focus on the relationship between you and you, irrespective of what is happening around you? In other words, not to move on to get rid of the negativity you are experiencing, but ignoring what is going on and allowing things to disappear naturally from your personal radar screen because they are no longer in sync with your vibration and feeling of joy?
  2. Are you currently in a situation where you ask yourself if it is time to move on? If so, what have been your thoughts and feelings until now? Could you approach the situation differently now you have heard Abraham’s advice and suggestions? What seems to be the biggest hurdle if any?
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