How to Improve Your Relationship with Your Intuition

Whether you call it your intuition, your gut feeling, or your instinct, your life is speaking to you: are you listening?

If you want to experience greater peace, increased fulfillment, and a stronger sense of self, improve your relationship with your intuition – that little voice within you that guides you to live a life in alignment with your highest values. You’ll know you have a great relationship with your intuition when you can identify it, when you listen to it, and when you take action on it.

For many people, the biggest challenge is in recognizing intuition. Afterall, it’s only one of the chorus of voices speaking to you and can be tough to distinguish from your emotions, the voice of reason, or that pesky little bugger known as “fear”. The more you develop your relationship with your intuition, the easier it will be to recognize when it is speaking to you. Here are some markers that your intuition is offering you guidance in making decisions:

  • There is not a logical explanation for the decision
  • The decision does not change depending on your mood
  • The thought of making that decision gets your knees knocking
  • You believe it’s the right course of action despite what others say
  • It’s not the most convenient or easiest action to take
  • Your intuition is not concerned with what’s easiest, what sounds the most logical to your family and friends, or what will be most comfortable. Instead, your inner-wisdom guides you to live the best life possible according to your highest values.

    Improving your relationship with your intuition will improve your life exponentially, and it all starts with recognizing it. Start paying attention to the guidance you are receiving; learn what it sounds like and what it feels like. Once you do this, you will be empowered to act on your intuition and experience greater certainty when making decisions. You will be able to tap into the greatest resource of wisdom there is: you!

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