Trust Your Gut

1. Learn from the past

Take some time to review your past. When, in your past, did you listen to your gut feelings? Did listening to your gut feelings validate what you were supposed to do? Are there also times that you wish you had followed your first instinct? Did you learn the hard way, that had you tapped into your gut feelings, you might have saved yourself time and heartache? Use this week to learn from the past and change future behaviors.

2. Current struggles

What are you currently struggling with in your life? Are you looking outside yourself for the answers and validation? Write down the questions and answers you are seeking.  Some examples could be whether you should stay at your current career or seek out something else. Possibly you are stuck in whether you should stay in a relationship or move on. Writing your questions out is the first step in finding the answers.

3. Keep an intuition journal

You may or may not think this is a bit out there. You have absolutely nothing to lose by starting an intuition journal, but you have everything to gain. You may find a deeper clarity that you did not see prior to writing experiences down. Write down every gut feeling, every hunch, and every positive and supportive statement that plays in your head. This journal will help validate whatever it is you are seeking, but you have to be open to what you receive.

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