“Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life. Don’t be trapped by dogma, which is living with the results of other people’s thinking. Don’t let the noise of others’ opinions drown out your own inner voice, heart and intuition. They somehow already know what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary.” - Steve Jobs
Have you ever experienced your intuition telling you what's wrong or what's right?
Have you found that consciously choosing not to listen to your inner voice resulted in the least favorable outcome?
Have you learned that following your intuition usually exists as a means to guide you in the right direction - but you end up forgetting to rely on your intuition anyway?
In our busy lives every day, we are constantly faced with making a multitude of decisions. Some have little or no consequence while others may determine a significant outcome depending on the given situation. I have used my own intuition to assist me getting where I needed to go by making an impromptu decision and to later learn that I had made the right choice in that moment. By utilizing and developing this wonderful skill you will be better able to manage your life much more successfully. In addition, you may find that you'll navigate yourself that much easier throughout your day.
By following your intuition, it will enable you to greatly improve your decision-making skills and choices and will benefit whatever it is that needs your attention to accomplish routine tasks. It could be as simple as deciding what to buy when you are at the grocery store or shopping for an item of clothing. It could be as significant and/or as difficult in whether or not to purchase a car or a home. If your mind is clear and calm, your intuition will guide you when you are actively making these types of important decisions that do have a lasting impact and consequence for you at work, at home, with your finances and personal relationships.
Recently, on the Dr. Oz Show, Dr. Oz interviewed the world renowned Intuitive Medium, Char Margolis. She shared with the audience that she believes everyone possess a 'sixth' sense, our intuition. To best serve you, learn to use and fine-tune this special sense. Recognize it by listening to your 'gut instinct.' What are you sensing in that moment in time is your 'inner voice.' Then act upon what it is that you have learned.
This is your life and it's a brief one. Do accept your own true choices. Do not let others put a cage around you. Be confident to diplomatically speak up for yourself when it's appropriate. Express your feelings and what you are thinking when you get a signal from within that doesn't agree with others. Do what you genuinely feel "fits" for you. Say yes when you really sense it is right for you and say no when you sense it isn't. After all, you are the one who has to live with yourself!
Listen to your heart. Even though it's on the left side, it's always right. - Unknown
Next month, I will share in more detail how to connect with your intuition and why it is in your best interest to allow it to guide you to be able to live a much happier and fulfilling life.
I invite your comments.