“We have said before that intuition is something everybody has but hardly anyone uses it to its full potential.
Intuition is the 6th sense that everyone has but few acknowledge it. Applying your intuition is decision-making without reasoning, the opposite of logical justification. Intuition is natural and not supernatural.
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Intuition has a female side and a male side.
The female side calls it “intuition,” while the male side calls it a “hunch” or “a gut feeling.”
Intuition is working when you are relaxed, this is when you are the most receptive. It comes in several ways; visually, verbally, through physical occurrences, and sometimes it “just pops into your head.” To fully benefit from these intuitive signals you must act on them while they’re still valid. If you waste time questioning it – it’s already dissipating.
These intuitive signals come to you just when you need them. We said you must be relaxed and receptive to receive them. This is why many times intuitive signals come when you are doing mindless things like taking a shower, in your dreams, or anytime you may experience that “inner voice” that is telling you something. Many times these intuitive messages come through feelings, emotional experiences, or physical responses to a particular situation.
What is important to consider about intuition is that everyone has it. It’s like a muscle that everyone has but few exercise it. If everyone went to the gym and lifted weights, everyone would have strong arms. If everyone practiced listening to the intuitive messages they receive on a daily basis, everyone would be a master of intuition. This is where journaling intuitive messages are critical to the development of your intuition.
Stress gets in the way of your ability to receive intuition. That’s why intuitive messages come when you are taking a shower, driving, or when you wake up from a good night’s sleep you have an idea or answer that just “pops into your head.” If you can’t relax you are blocking the reception. It’s like a radio receiver without an antenna. All you get is static.
Is Intuition always right? …
It is not necessarily right or wrong, it just is. It has to be acted upon while it’s valid in order to see a desirable outcome. If you receive an intuitive message that you should slow down at the next cross street and you get there and see someone run a stop sign, then it was right. If you drive through the cross street and nothing happens, it had a broader message telling you to “slow down” prevented something else from happening. However, if you are skeptical about the validity of intuition you could argue about it and never let it work in your life.”
- The more intuitive you are, the more self-confidence you will have. However, you can be self-confident, to a certain degree, without ever listening to intuitive messages. You will be much more self-confident if you integrate Intuition into your daily life.
- When you speak to an intuitive person, you feel a degree of trust in that person and respect what they say. Many times, you feel like they can see right through you. It’s not something to be afraid of, but something you can learn from.
- As things get more difficult, many will look inside themselves for answers. Intuition comes from this “conversation with yourself.” This is where we help you.
How It Works: Throughout history, intuition was recognized as a gift or talent that important or spiritual people had. A General was said to have an uncanny intuition about battle strategy or a Holy Man was held in high esteem because he seemed to intuit things with ease. These people had developed their intuition to a point where they didn’t doubt it anymore. In fact, it was so natural to them they hardly even thought about it. Their ability to receive intuitive messages and put them to use was just part of who they were. ~ Linda Deir
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