Never Apologize for following your intuition- your brain can play tricks, your heart can blind, but your gut is always right.”
Intuition as I see it, is the soul whispering to the mind.
Google defines it as:
the ability to understand something immediately, without the need for conscious reasoning or
a thing that one knows or considers likely from instinctive feeling rather than conscious reasoning.
Sophy Burnham, bestselling author of The Art of Intuition, tells The Huffington Post.
“It’s different from thinking, it’s different from logic or analysis … It’s a knowing without knowing.
Our intuition is a valuable resource because it represents automatic trust to a greater power within ourselves & the ability to receive information through levels we do not realize.
The Spirituality & Health Magazine Claims “On the energy side, intuition is associated with the 6th chakra, ajna, also called “the third eye.” This is the spot between your eyebrows. Child’s pose, where the third eye is pressing against the floor, is good for this chakra.”
Following your intuition consists of feeling energies , vibes, tunes & listening to your body. Your inner version is guiding you divinely & all you have to do is listen carefully. Our intuition is always there whether we know it or not, so here are some ways to learn how to listen to your inner voice more attentively.
BE MORE OBSERVANT.
Listen, write & feel things around you to follow how often coincidences happen & how often you get in tune with your intuition.
LISTEN TO YOUR DREAMS
“At night, when you’re dreaming, you’re receiving information from the unconscious or intuitive part of your brain,” says Burnham. “If you’re attuned to your dreams, you can get a lot of information about how to live your life.”
SPEND TIME WITH YOURSELF.
Having too much on your plate can often encourage your intuition to become unresponsive & maybe even wrong. Spending time with yourself can help you see the danger signs ahead brought by your intuition.
Plenty of artists create on an intuitive level. Creating their best works when an idea strikes and being creative can increase your intuition senses.
TRUST THE FEELING.
Although there can be times when our intuition is wrong, it is important to trust your inner voice. Trusting your inner voice can help you make better life decisions & make you happier at the end of your journey.
“As a kid, my dad was walking to school when a man came walking the opposite direction of him on the same side of the sidewalk. He felt an uncontrollable urge to cross the road but when they passed the man kept on walking, disappearing out of view. Later that day after my dad returned from school my grandfather told him the man had just stabbed his wife to death: my dad walked passed him as he was on his way to murder her.”
“Not me, but when my mother was a teenager, she was supposed to go babysitting for a family she had babysat for many times before. She had a bad feeling about it one night and called them. They pleaded with her that it would only be a few hours, but she insisted and they said ‘okay’ and got another babysitter. That night, their house was broken into and the other babysitter was raped. I sometimes think about how different her life would be if she did go that night. My mom’s been through a lot of stuff.”
“My grandma did once: This is back in the ’80s I think
So my grandma was vacuuming, and she had this terrible feeling that my aunt was in danger (my aunt was about five at the time). She was in the front yard playing in the driveway. My grandpa’s friend was pulling out, and my aunt was right behind the car. Just before it happened my grandma screamed, and he stopped the car. Inches away from my aunt.”
“When my son was 3, I put him to bed just like any other night and closed his bedroom door. A couple of hours later I had an urge to check on him. I never check on him once he’s in bed, and there was no noise or reason for me to do so, but I went into his room and found that his duvet cover had somehow become twisted like a rope and ended up around his neck and over his face. I have no idea what would have happened if I hadn’t have gone in there. One of the scariest moments of my life.” — smeggieh
“With my son … I had a dream that my dog told me I was pregnant … The next day I took a test and bam! Pregnant.
With my daughter, I had a dream that my husband brought me home baby girl clothes … I knew: 1) that we were pregnant when I woke up, and 2) that it was going to be a girl. I was right.” — De3ziegreen
Thank you for reading.