Imagine you wake up in the middle of the night because you’re not feeling well. In fact, you’re not feeling well to a point that you’re wondering if you need to go to the emergency room.
You’re on the fence, and your precious sleep time is ticking away along with your peace of mind.
You wonder, “Do I need to go to the emergency room, or do I just need an aspirin?”
The only real valuable thing is intuition. ~Albert Einstein
Imagine you’ve been working hard at eating healthy, and you’re at the supermarket considering whether or not a product would fit into that plan. You’ve read the ingredient list, and it doesn’t sound all that horrible, but you don’t want to mess up your system with a poor choice.
You wonder, “Would this food work with my eating plan?”
Your minds are very limited. Use your intuition. ~Madeleine L’Engle
Imagine you’ve met someone new, and entered into a relationship with them – a friendship, or romance, or maybe (just maybe) friend with benefits. Now and then, you have the feeling something is off, but you can’t put your finger on it, and you brush it aside for lack of evidence.
You wonder, “Is this relationship good for me?”
Intuition is seeing with the soul. ~Dean Koontz
Imagine you’re standing at a crossroads in your life – again. You have two amazing – and amazingly diverse – opportunities available to you, and your lists of pros and cons balance each other out.
You can’t make a decision, and yet if you don’t, both of those opportunities will disappear.
You wonder, “Which opportunity is best for me right now?”
You must trust your intuition. ~Ingrid Bergman
Now, imagine that you could know, in a heartbeat and beyond the shadow of a doubt, the answers to those and any other questions that connect to the ultimate good of your body, mind, and soul.
How does that feel? Exhilarating? Empowering?
It’s completely possible to be empowered in that way, and being empowered in that way is exhilarating. Everyone is born with the ability to answer those questions, and yet not everyone connects with it in adulthood.
I’m on a mission to change that.
It’s virtually impossible to overstate the importance of tapping into our intuition, and making it as accessible and useful to us as any of our other five senses.
In fact, I’d go so far as to state that intuition is our most important and most valuable sense. It can inform our other senses in exquisitely enriching ways.
I’m challenging you to tune into and practice – vigorously practice – your intuition.
Over to You
Do you live by your intuition?