In a similar fashion to the recent ‘Using intuition intuitively every day’ post, you might wish to ponder to what extent do you trust your gut feeling?
A key factor in being able to trust our gut feeling is that of recalling past instances in which we successfully navigated a tricky situation by listening to our intuition. Knowing we have thrived once in an action gives us the confidence to do it again, and trusting our gut feeling falls into such a category.
Oftentimes, we know it is right to trust our gut feeling, yet talk ourselves out of doing so. The ‘easy route’, that chosen by the ‘majority of society’ continually requires less effort to walk and ‘being part of the crowd’ is a more comfortable option than walking just with our values as company.
All the same, by reflecting on the question ‘To what extent do you trust your gut feeling?’ and listening to the answer we invariably find our way forward.
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