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Intuitive Beginnings... Hearing Your Inner Voice

I've noticed a recurring narrative among my clients these past few months. Many of them tell me that they feel lost, adrift.  They feel they are going through the motions, day after day, and time is slipping by faster and faster. Even those with good jobs and loving families are feeling lost and without a sense of true purpose. There's a disconnect. Some say that they can feel or sense a shifting in the energy around them (in the universe as a whole?), but they can’t quite put their finger on what is actually changing.

I believe many of us have lost touch with what’s important. I don’t mean our children, our homes, or even our careers. I mean what’s important to our general well being, our higher selves, our souls. We are searching for a sense of purpose, a reason. We feel a longing to follow our calling and our soul’s path. We want to have that sense of fulfillment and a core knowing that we are doing what was meant for us and that it matters.

So many times our inner voice is put on hold while we deal with the day to day tasks - laundry, meals, cleaning, shopping, carpooling, working outside of the home, activities, and more. It feels like there isn’t time in the day to add one more thing.

That's why it's important to listen to that inner voice, your intuition, and incorporate intention into your daily life. And you can do this without making a major time commitment or giving up your current spiritual practice or religion. Following your intuition isn't meant to take the place of anything - it’s to layer on top of what you already do in your life in order for you to live more intentionally and purposefully.

But how do you do that? Here are three ways to get started using your intuition, taken from my Supercharge Your Intuition email series:

Quiet your mind: Meditation, spending time in nature, or simply taking deep breaths can create space for intuition to emerge. Take a few quiet moments in the early morning or late evening and just let your thoughts come and go.

Pay attention to your body: Notice physical sensations like butterflies in your stomach or a sudden chill. These can be intuitive signals.They often come in moments of quiet reflection or when you're faced with a decision.

Practice active listening: Ask yourself open-ended questions and listen without judgment to the answers that arise within.

Doing these three things can help you start to become aware of your intuition and inner voice. For some of us, that voice will be loud and clear. And for others, it will take some practice to be able to hear it clearly. By becoming aware of our thoughts and physical reactions is just the beginning. 

If you want to learn more, I invite you to join me at an Intuition Circle. In the Circle, we practice these and other techniques to enhance and strengthen our intuitive skills. We gather in a virtual, safe space to refine your skills, explore new methods, and share your unique gifts and abilities. It’s a wonderful community of learning and sharing and there is always room in the Circle for more people! To join the next one, click here.

And there’s also no right or wrong way to explore your intuition. Be patient, kind to yourself, and open to the possibilities that await you.

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