Today we have more information than ever. This can be really good in a lot of ways, but it can also be overwhelming and confusing. There are programs, opinions and people all telling us what to do and how to become successful. So, which one is the "right" one for you? How do you know?
These suggestions are not foolproof, but I have known them to work for me, as well as my clients and friends I've shared with. Switch your thinking to the Law of Attraction experience and see the difference for yourself.
Your path is unique and different and special. Just like you! So checking in with your intuitive knowledge about who you are and what you really desire is essential to let go of others opinions. Because then you'll always have a connection with your truth!
Learning to listen deeply is an art to be practiced, no doubt. Many of us have lost that ability completely in this world of information overload. But silence is there. Meditation is available, or prayer, whatever helps you sink below the chatter of the mind.
Intuition is like a muscle; it helps to work it out every day. Below is my daily intuition workout -- four times every day I check in to build my muscles of intuition. Give this workout a shot and let me know (in the comments) how it goes for you.
I've faced my fear of being spun like a top and breaking an ankle, and more importantly, I get to experience the joy of being outside myself, in an expanded state that's only possible when the music starts, and one, two, three, I let myself be lead.
Studying Harriet Tubman's life has made me a believer in praying for help. When I first began to follow her example, I had a difficult time discerning the guidance coming my way. Yet it's still possible for us to learn how to hear and carry out the internal guidance we receive.
Doubt, it will always be there, there will always be more than one path, which we feel we should be following, and it is completely normal to place doubt on decisions, which we feel have a significant impact on our lives and we as individuals.
While some would call this an example of extrasensory perception (ESP), it has also simply been called listening to your intuition. Hearing what your innermost being has to say. Trusting what you really feel and think deep inside.
He listened for 10 minutes and calmly said, "You have Lyme. Lyme does all kinds of weird things, but you'll get better. Amazing that I am only the 12th doctor you've been to. Most find me somewhere between 20 and 100."