Learning to trust your intuition
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Learning to Trust Your #Intuition – The Sisters of the Fey

As many of you know, I’m part of a collective blog with my Sisters of the Fey. Eight of us make up that group and once a month each of us shares a post on topics we specialize in according to our ‘universal gifts’. Today I’m sharing my recent post on Learning to Trust Your Intuition.

 

Do you struggle with trusting your intuition? Do you feel pangs of anxiety when having to face a big decision in your life, fighting the inner conflict of the two sides of the coin when you know something is off, yet, you don’t know whether you should trust your inside warning system or if you should just simply wave off your concerns as your imagination?

 

All of us have been in these predicaments at various times in our lives. And I’m sure many of us tend to wave off our worries, sometimes allowing the chips to fall where they may because we’re just too afraid to make an executive decision. But often, letting the chips fall where they may because of self-doubt will lead to a negative outcome. So how can we help ourselves become more assertive when it comes to making a decision about things we don’t really want to think about but aren’t going away? We must take a step outside of our worries and delve into the elements of our dilemmas looking at them from a different perspective. . . Please continue reading at Sisters of the Fey

 

Source: Learning to Trust Your Intuition – The Sisters of the Fey

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10 Comments

  • Hilary

    Hi Debby – If I need to make a decision I make it, If it’s just relevant to me – then I may wait with anxiety … which is usually totally useless as things resolve themselves, or it’s a lot easier to get over … the main thing is I won’t let myself get stressed up. However – I now need to stop not doing and do … so I shall be disappearing for a time to get this end of the world straight … the time has come!

    I’ve had lots of hassles in the last 15 years or so … and keep going, but usually have plans b, c, d and even e in the background – which gives me a degree of security of knowing there’s another way …

    Cheers – it’ll be interesting to read what others have to say – cheers Hilary

    • dgkaye

      Thanks so much for sharing your thought process here Hilary. I hope you will be alright, and won’t be disappearing for too long Hilary? x

  • Jacqui Murray

    I’m a big believer in instinct. I deal with it a lot in my stories as my characters pay attention to all sorts of body signals that most of us now ignore. Thanks for this.

  • Diana Peach

    Such a great post. I have a flashing red siren on my forehead that starts up when I ignore my intuition. If I’m not supposed to be doing something, the universe conspires against me. If I am supposed to be doing it, every single door opens with ease. It’s weird, but I learned to trust the strobing alarm bells. 🙂

    • dgkaye

      Wonderful Diana that you have learned not to fight your instincts. It isn’t an easy thing to do, but with practice it works. You obviously have mastered this. 🙂 x

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