译者：笑笑 ^_^ 学进
Sometimes I feel like I cannot decide.
But you are deciding to have that experience of indecision, so you've made a decision.
You can't get away from it.
If you feel out of control, you're controlling that. If you feel indecisive, that's what you've decided to do.
You're always decisive.
You're always in control.
You're always confident.
You're always trusting.
It's about what you're putting your confidence and your trust in and what kind of decisions you're deciding to make.
That's the only thing that creates an experience that you're having that makes it seem to be the opposite of what you prefer,
when in fact, you're using exactly the mechanism to create something that makes it appear like you're not using the mechanism.
That's how you trick yourselves into thinking that you can't do it
but you are doing it.
That's the whole point is to realize that
you can't get away from being in charge. You can't get away from being in control.
There is no one else that has anything to say about your life.
You're the one making all the decisions. You're the one choosing all the choices.
So take responsibility for it and start making the decisions about the things you prefer to decide on
instead of deciding that you will feel indecisive
since that obviously doesn't work for you
because that is the product of the decision.
Is this making some sense?
Yes? No? Maybe?
Are you able to wrap your mind around it? or you gonna think about it for a while?
It's all right if you do.
We're just giving you the basics,
and you can let it sink in at whatever rate you're comfortable with, and you can do it through whatever process you're also comfortable with.
It's up to you.
I'm just letting you know there's actually no such thing as indecisiveness. There is only a decision to experience what appears to be indecisiveness.
Very different thing between the experience of a thing and the actual mechanism involved in creating that experience.
If you understand that paradox, then you are at the center and at the point of your power.
I don't understand the last part.
When you see things that appear to be opposite, when you finally realize the paradox, the apparent contradiction
that your feeling of indecisiveness actually comes from having made a decision
you see the two polar opposites.
Now you are aware that both of those opposites has to come from the same central source, which is you.
So now you get to decide, now that you're back in the balance point.
Now you get to decide how you prefer to look at that experience.
You can realize:
I decided to feel indecisive because of my definitions
but I now realize that because I decided to feel indecisive
I'm not indecisive
because I decided that.
That's the irony. That's the paradox.
And now you're at the point of power
because you can see both, apparently, opposite points of view.
Does that make more sense?
Are you sure?
Have you decided that?