One thing that facilitating LifePlans has taught me over and over is that if we resist movement in our stories we become stuck.  I know.  It seems really obvious.  But it's funny how often we stand still out of fear and then wonder why life feels so unclear.  Sometimes we just need to take a step in some direction and then evaluate if it seems right or of we need to adjust.  There is no shame in making adjustments.  I love what John O'Donahue says about beginnings:

"Sometimes the greatest challenge is to actually begin; there is something deep in us that conspires with what wants to remain within safe boundaries and stay the same. Years ago my neighbor here set out to build his new home. He had just stripped the sod off the field to begin digging out the foundation when an old man from the village happened to come by. He blessed the work and said, "You have the worst of it behind you now." My neighbor laughed and said, "But I have only just begun." The old man said, "That's what I mean. You have begun; and to make a real beginning is the most difficult act." There is an old Irish proverb that says, "Tus maith leath na hoibre." "A good beginning is half the work." There seems to be a wisdom here, when one considers all the considerations, hesitation, and uncertainty that can claim our hearts for such a long time before the actual act of beginning happens. Sometimes a period of preparation is necessary, where the idea of the beginning can gestate and refine itself; yet quite often we unnecessarily postpone and equivocate when we should simply take the risk and leap into a new beginning."  (John O'Donahue, To Bless the Space Between Us)