Intuition does not function well in a busy mind. Making time and space to move into the silence of our inner world and learning to “hang out” there helps to develop a relationship with our intuition. Practice makes our sixth sense stronger and can us with inspiration and motivation to begin or to follow through with your goals, dreams and desires.
Being in truly in touch with this aspect of our nature can provide uncommon support, guidance and direction on our life path; we are co-creators with our soul. If we wander too far from our spiritual connection, and try to create solely from the will and ego, leads to struggle and does not serve us very well.
How often have we heard that it is often our initial felt sense of rightness (or wrongness) about a person, place or decision that is accurate?
How often have you heeded that message from your intuition? How often have you ignored it?
Making Choices That Enliven You
When you face a choice or need to make a decision, relax, become deeply quiet and imagine your options one at a time. Note how each one feels. Make sure you disengage your thinking mind: don’t analyze or evaluate, let go of your lists of pros and cons that belong in another part of your decision-making process.
For now simply get a feeling for how a certain thing feels to that intangible part of you. There are thousands of possibilities in our lives. What truly feels right to you? Notice how your body responds to imagined outcomes. What feels right? What feels good? Try feeling various possibilities. Note the ones that open you and bring you joy. There is valuable information there
To support developing your intuition you may want to keep a log of how things work out. This servers to track your accuracy and also helps you refine your skill.