Trust Your Intuition!

Written by Lois Galloway

How many times have you been faced with a decision to make and all of a sudden you get this feeling of instinctively knowing what you must do? Something inside you is telling yourepparttar difference between what you should do and what you are meant to do. Many people interpret this as a hunch, a gut feeling or having an inkling.

It's actually called your intuition.

The latin meaning of intuition is 'in to you'. Makes sense doesn't it. What a wonderful resource you each have at your fingertips and it can be utilized without formal training. All you need to do is become aware of this amazing power within you and start using it.

Intuitive messages come in a range of ways such as hearing actual words, visualizing a clear and distinct picture, in dream format, a deep inner knowing or a quiet, subtle nudge. It's important that you become familiar with how your inner self communicates with you and how this message will bring with it a sense of calm confidence.

Here's some tips to help you get in touch with your own intuition.


Take a few minutes each day to experience inner silence. Calm your mind and clear your thoughts so thatrepparttar 151071 information from your soul can surface.

Be Open to This Power

Get pastrepparttar 151072 ego that thinks you have everything figured out and be open to new possibilities. Your true path may not berepparttar 151073 one that you are currently working on.

Isn't It Time to Give Yourself Permission?

Written by Lois Galloway

Remember back in school days when you needed a permission slip to do almost anything outside ofrepparttar classroom? Things like simply being able to visitrepparttar 151070 washroom, attend a sports meeting or going on a field trip? As adults we don't need someone to give us a permission slip. We already have a whole supply at our disposal.

Nowrepparttar 151071 trick here is to remember to use them.

Sounds simple right? Well, I have to tell you it's not always that simple. Actually I'm quite sure most of you haven't even thought about giving yourself permission to do much of anything lately, let alone permission to have some fun. Am I right?

Remember that there are some old beliefs that probably crop up when you are tempted to give yourself permission to do something, change something about yourself or ask for something.

Here's a list of some of those beliefs that show up and cause us to deny ourselves permission.

What will people think?

I'm sure I can't afford to do that

I don't really deserve this

I'm afriad

I'll be considered selfish

What if I fail?

What if I'm successful?

That's way outside my comfort zone

Let me share with you an example from my own life experience.

About 8 months ago I was attending a womens networking seminar and while I was there, I met up with Carol, a Personal Fitness Trainer. She was so interesting to chat with and I was really enjoying our conversation until she suggested that I come out torepparttar 151072 gym and experience working out.

Oh boy, that was definitely something I never gave myself permission to do. Actually, that was one area that I was way out of my comfort zone because physical fitness has always been a big challenge for me. I just knew that I would feel uncomfortable working out in a gym.

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