You must commit to co-creating your ambitions and aspirations for them to become a reality. That implies you must take aligned and inspired action to create your desires, no matter how large or small it is.
What Is Inspired Action?
An inspired action is a term often used in the Law of Attraction space, yet many people are unaware that it is a law in and of itself. The Law of Inspired Action is one of the 12 Universal Laws, intricately linked to the Law of Attraction and the other universal laws.
According to the Law of Inspired Action, you must take real, actionable, inspired actions to attain your goals and enable your dreams to appear in your life. It says you to take “real, actionable, inspired actions.” The terms “real” and “actionable” are not too difficult.
A real step is taking action rather than merely picturing it in your mind. Actionable refers to anything that can be done. All of this indicates that you are doing something or taking inspired action rather than waiting for things to happen. It’s the “inspired” part that adds a layer of confusion.
Have you ever had a gut feeling about something?
An inspired step comes from your inner knowing. It’s when something deep inside you drives you to act, even if it doesn’t make sense. Surrendering to the Universe’s guidance and listening to your inner knowing is the foundation of inspired action.
Failing to take that inspired action may stop your manifestations from completely manifesting in your reality. The bolded definition above implies “to achieve your objectives and enable your aspirations to manifest in your life.”
When you listen to your intuition and take action, your dreams come true, often in unexpected ways. It may not look exactly how you expected, but if you follow the Universe’s direction, there’s a good chance it will come out even better.
At its heart, inspired action comes down to one thing: trust. Even when things don’t make logical sense, you trust the Universe to take you to the place where all of your hopes and wishes await you.
How to Take Inspired Action
Here are a few ways to help you take more inspired action.
1. Connect with Your Inner Guidance System– Intuitive hunches, flashes of inspiration, or inner inclinations or nudges may be easily overlooked. Keep a journal to ensure you don’t miss out.
Make a list of all your intuitive thoughts, gut feelings, and ideas that come to you when showering or strolling in nature. Include what you hear during a conversation. Take note of those “aha” moments. It’s subtle and easy to overlook, particularly when your day is jam-packed with activities.
2. Take action now- When you get an inspired idea, the best time to act is right now. You want to act while the idea is thrilling and fills you with energy and passion. The more you delay, the less motivated you’ll be to do the task.
Time passes, and inspiration fades. If you wait six months, you will feel less inspired, the idea will appear less new, your energy will decrease, and you will be less excited. This is your inner guidance system at work.
When you don’t act right away, it’s simple to use your logical mind to question the idea and find reasons why it won’t work. Keep in mind that inspiration originates from the heart, not the brain. Taking immediate action keeps the emotional fires alive.
It boosts your motivation and excitement. You will automatically take more inspired action in the future. It helps you align with divine timing and embrace the delightful synchronicity that results from inspired action.
Not every inspired idea will be successful. So, the sooner you act, the sooner you’ll know if it will work or not. One of the reasons successful individuals succeed so much is because they fail often and quickly.
Another reason to act now is that time will never be perfect. It’s never the case. So many individuals wait for the ideal moment to act rather than acting and getting the rewards sooner. When you take inspired action, it may seem terrifying. That’s OK.
It is sometimes necessary to go outside of your comfort zone. This shows that you’re serious and eager to go forward. Just be consistent and be aware of the small improvements you’re making every day.
How to Get Inspired When You Don’t Feel like It
If you wait to feel inspired before acting, you might be waiting a long time! However, there are immediate activities you can do every day to feel inspired, motivated, and ready to act.
Reconnect With Your Why
If you used to be motivated, but that feeling has faded, reconnect with your why. What are the reasons for taking this path? If you’re trying to lose weight, remember the ultimate objective and why it’s so important to you. If you’re starting a company, remember why you’re doing it and the long-term rewards it will provide.
Find Success Stories
Find other people who have achieved what you want. It’s really simple to find success stories on the internet. Listen to their experiences on how they overcome the same hurdles, hardships, and problems that you are now experiencing. This will greatly increase your motivation for your goal.
Take A Break
It’s difficult to feel motivated when you’re tired, worn out, or have been working too much. Take some time to relax, recoup, and engage in other enjoyable things that will help you replenish and re-energize your motivation and inspiration. Getting out in nature is a great method to do this.
If you stay in your comfort zone and don’t take action to fulfill your dreams, you will remain stagnant. However, if you listen and act, you are at the very least creating the possibility of some change. By taking action, you may gather mental data on what works and doesn’t work for you. What works and what doesn’t when it comes to accomplishing your goals.