Jul 4, 2015
Alan Alda said, “At times you have to leave the city of your comfort and go into the wilderness of your intuition. What you'll discover will be wonderful. What you'll discover is yourself.”
My last episode was an example of trusting and following my intuition.
If you go back and listen, you’ll find out there was a major storm I was going through, brought on by a family member who isn’t dealing with some issues in a healthy way.
Quiet Your Mind
I closed my eyes, breathed deep and focused on that breathing.
If you want to tap into your inner thinking you have to slow down and stop all the noise in your life and your head.
Our lives are noisy - phone, TV, radio, podcasts even. We have constant external chatter and we can’t hear the internal voice.
Slow Your Breathing
Take slow and deeper breaths.
This will relax tension in your muscles and allow your blood to flow at a normal rate.
This will also allow the energy within you to flow freely. Call it what you will
Listening to Your Gut
There’s actually a massive network of nerves in your abdominal area.
Scientists call it your enteric nervous system.
It designed to give almost an instant reaction to a situation.
It’s that ‘gut feeling.’
Listen to that feeling. Understand that your head can influence this feeling and that’s why you need to quiet your mind.
You will find peace… you will feel comfort… when you tap into your inner compass, your intuition it will feel right.
Move forward in this area… trust your intuition and move forward.
Great things will happen. Trust it and move forward.