Trust Your Intuition

July 31, 2020

Being constantly criticised by family, friends, and others around us, makes us feel vulnerable and tends to slowly strip us of our feelings of self worth. When we trust someone, we’re not afraid to be comfortable and show our true selves, we are able to freely share our hopes and our fears. Trusting our intuition has a lot to do with being comfortable with who we are, and having trust in ourselves and our abilities. Our thoughts are positive or negative like magnets. Looking at life in a more positive way allows us to look at new possible solutions, trust our instincts and to be more motivated. Put your energy on knowing what you like and what you dislike, try to be more passionate you are about what you do, and your intuition will blossom as a result. Don’t be afraid to redefine your priorities each and every day in order to pursue your passions in life. 

Developing your intuition involves taking care of your social, emotional, physical, and spiritual self. If you feel good socially, emotionally, physically and spiritually, you will be able to connect with your real essence, and accept yourself for who you are right now, just as you are. You can then feel free to develop into a more positive self and fill your heart with hope and faith in a better life. Nurturing positive thoughts helps us to maintain balance in life. When I need an answer to a problem I’m facing, and I want to get in touch with my gut instinct, I usually formulate a question and ask it internally as often as I can. I take the time to invest in my sixth sense. I sit quietly and allow my eyes, ears, hands and skin to capture sensations, information, inspiration and energy surrounding me. When you are relaxed and quiet, it becomes easier to identify an event or situation that you’d like more insight about. Messages from your intuition tend to be quiet, so spending time in silence will help you hear and interpret these messages. If you experience negative feelings while trying to connect to your inner self, rather than repressing or trying to get rid of them, you can choose to interpret and respond to them differently. To think more positively, you have to be ready to monitor your own thoughts. I’ve learned that engaging in creative activities, such as writing, drawing, scrapbooking, journaling, quiets your mind and allows your intuition to speak up.

Everything is connected in this world materially, spiritually and emotionally. We need to structure our inner positive self if we want to be happy in our lives. If we understand that inner happiness is our main goal in life, we can find motivation to trust our intuition in order to recognise the right path to be in. Try to make the effort to look at the bright side of life instead of focusing on all of the negative aspects of it, and remember that improving your self awareness and your sixth sense can help you to increase your confidence. Trusting your own decisions is the first step towards finding happiness and living a better life. 

Remember that soul healing leads to physical healing. When you are consumed by negativity, or when you notice that you are giving more attention to your problems and ignoring your blessings, you need to retune to your spiritual self. You need to connect to your inner essence and keep in mind that being happier is completely within your control, no matter what situation you’re in. Every morning,  when you start your day, just be willing to adopt a positive perspective, and make an effort to be a more optimistic person. 

You can develop your personal path of happiness with positive thinking, healthy thoughts, self awareness and confidence. Try not to judge yourself, and practice acceptance and self compassion. When you experience thoughts or feelings, is important to notice if they are negative. If the answer is yes, you’re listening to your fearful mind, not your trustworthy intuition. Learn your values, and you’ll start to sense your intuition more clearly. Your thoughts may not be aligned with your values, but your intuition is. Work on appreciating the small pleasures in your life as well as the big ones: stop and smell the roses. The more you pay attention to your intuition, the more you’ll realise that you can sense and discover things that you couldn’t possibly know with the cognitive mind. 

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