Reaching the End of What You Know – Finding Your Intuition

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Dead end road (Photo credit: van Ort)

Today, when I was reading my favorite blogs, I read an explanation from psychic Amy Keast on Trusting your guides and how she finds her intuition, which fed perfectly into what I had planned to write today.

How many times have you heard people tell you to follow your intuition?

In my case, I don’t know of any time in my own life where I made a huge leap without following my intuition.  For me, it often appears in a written form, but not always.

The problem is that most of don’t have much idea about how to find our intuition when we are in the midst of turmoil or trouble in our life.

I’ve noticed that to have access to my intuition,  I must follow the Tao Te Ching advice of yesterday’s blog and learn to trust and in a certain sense give up ambition.  Then, I can listen to my intuition.

What are the ways in which you tap into your intuition when you need it most?

And what might your intuition be telling you to do now to create a quantum leap in your life?

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Published by Karen Powers Wan

Writer, Restorative Lifestyle Coach, Sustainability Project Manager, and Meditation Instructor.

5 thoughts on “Reaching the End of What You Know – Finding Your Intuition

  1. This is an important question Karen. Like a lot of people I advocate listening to our intuition but do I practice what I preach? Definitely not! Not as much as I should anyway. And it’s possibly due to the fact that I don’t take the time to actually listen. A lot of the time I decide that it isn’t intuition but simply fear raising its head. I must listen more carefully. Thanks for the great advice. 🙂

    1. I’m with your Stuart. It is sometimes difficult to hear intuition when fear gets in the way. That’s why I find it helps if I can get into a state of mind where the fear is at least put on hold for a moment. 🙂

  2. . In the midst of chaos I focus on breathing, about 3-7 breaths with relaxation on the out breath works. I have a spot I go to in my head and have learned to do it with my eyes open smiling at someone. If I have a strong “gut” feeling about something, I listen

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