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7 Signs You Are Actually On The Right Path

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By Kiah Librea

Have you ever asked yourself if you are on the right path? Everyone does.

Every day, people make life choices. Whether choosing a partner, deciding which college course to take, or planning career advancements, people constantly decide on things they want to do and paths they want to take.

But how will you know if you are treading the right path? If you have signs to determine it, you will be guided and motivated.

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Listed below are seven signs that will help you know if you are on the right path.

1. You notice that things are falling into the right place.

Have you encountered a situation where things are going well because of coincidences? For example, you need money to pay for bills and suddenly you got an extra incentive from an unforeseen source or some unexpected people helping you finish your work.

Simon Van Booy said, “coincidences mean you’re on the right path.” Things start to line up into the right place without you making extra effort. It is as if the world is opening the paths for you to take them.

2. You feel lost, but you are bouncing back.

Things stopped being easy. You kept encountering difficult challenges. You are in the midst of getting lost. But you don’t allow the hindrances to stop you.

Instead, you develop intuition and improve your decision-making because you know where you are heading. You don’t lose sight and grip of it. You keep on bouncing and fighting back until you achieve what you envisioned.

3. You are focusing on yourself more than pleasing people.

You care less about what other people think about you. Instead, you accept constructive criticisms rather than negative ones as you value feedback from the right people.

You learned to focus on what truly matters, and accept and make use of what you need to accomplish your goals.

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4. You don’t feel the need to compromise.

You no longer apologize or regret things that you do. Everything feels right.

You are no longer making excuses. You develop confidence, feel proud of your choices, and refuse to compromise, as you now have a tight grip on your aims.

5. You attract success.

As you are now confident in your choices and on your path, you see success everywhere and you are attracting it. The more you attract success, the more you get to manifest all that you have dreamed of.

You celebrate others’ successes, too. You are witnessing how your own and other people’s success is starting to unfold.

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6. You are loving yourself more.

It is okay to be lost. But it is not okay to lose yourself.

If you are on the right path, you get to love yourself more. You feel a sense of value and treasure your worth. It reflects on you mentally, emotionally, and physically. You know that you need yourself the most to achieve all your goals.

7. You get excited and motivated about what you are doing.

Abraham Hicks said, “if you’re not excited about it, it’s not the right path.” Indeed, you keep on losing track of time because you are only excited, motivated, and focused on what you are doing.

You may feel tired while in the process because you keep on working hard, but you will never feel drained, as you are driven by your passion to attain it.

Maybe you’re asking: Am I on the right path? You are right where you need to be. You just need to reevaluate things because only you know where you are headed. And if you know the signs, you can guide yourself.

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Kiah Librea is a teacher, writer and digital artist whose work focuses on mental health, self-acceptance, and lifestyle issues. Visit her author profile on Unwritten for more.

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