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Weekly Wisdom Blog on Hiatus

Dr. Foster Mobley // Wisdom Leading

For the next six weeks, until approximately December 1st, our Weekly Wisdom blogs will go on hiatus while I get quiet, retool and prepare the next year's worth of wisdom. During this hiatus, please follow the continuing conversation about powerful, wise leading on Twitter (@fostermobley and @wisdomleading), FB (Dr. Foster Mobley and Wisdom Leading) and/or LinkedIn (Foster Mobley, Ed.D.).

I look forward to a new year of Weekly Wisdoms and the many great connections they stimulate. Many blessings to you all.

The quieter you become, the more you are able to hear. - Rumi

Foster
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Not That Voice

Dr. Foster Mobley // Quotables, Wisdom Leading

When at our best, we are often guided by our inner voice, the teacher who lives inside us directing us toward our true values, life experiences and intuition. †It is a calm, clear and unmistakable guide. While clear and calm, this voice is not gentle. †If we're listening carefully, our wellspring of wisdom will also challenge and confront us - to address an addiction, to fess up to a lie, to have that painful conversation we've put off. It takes a finely-tuned receiver to pull in these signals. †Slowing down to self-reflect and practicing self-care are two of the most important things we can do to tune up our receivers. †True freedom comes from listening to, and acting on our truths - not operating over the top of our messes. †

Q: What's one truth you've been avoiding whose resolution will give you freedom?

When at our best, we are often guided by our inner voice, the teacher who lives inside us directing us toward our true values, life experiences and intuition.  It is a calm, clear and unmistakable guide.

While clear and calm, this voice is not gentle.  If we're listening carefully, our wellspring of wisdom will also challenge and confront us - to address an addiction, to fess up to a lie, to have that painful conversation we've put off.

It takes a finely-tuned receiver to pull in these signals.  Slowing down to self-reflect and practicing self-care are two of the most important things we can do to tune up our receivers.  True freedom comes from listening to, and acting on our truths - not operating over the top of our messes.  

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