Intuition In Times Of Stress

Intuition In Times Of Stress

You may not think about the powers of your inner wisdom when you feel under seized with life’s challenges. Most people don’t. The focus is on the “fires” that you need to extinguish, right? This is not the time to negate and not utilize one of the best parts of ourselves. Intuition is a loyal, steadfast friend, always there coaching, cheering and wishing us well.

Intuition Is Invaluable

Remember paying extra attention to intuition is invaluable because it is the part of us that guides to great decision-making along with logical, factual information. Intuition is often in the background, quietly observing people places.

Talk silently or out loud to your inner guidance. This sounds silly, preposterous, and maybe embarrassing. Actually, I honestly don’t know anyone who activates or engages their sixth sense in such a deliberate and obvious way, meaning having out loud conversations. However, I do recall a professional real estate agent consulting a stuffed animal (a teddy bear or a dog) that she kept in the trunk of her car to inquire how to communicate with clients. She asked such questions like: what house should I show I show this person or family? What are their concerns? What are their fears about purchasing a house? What is important to them? What restaurant or coffee shop should I take the client to eat to discuss homes that are for sale?

Ask For Guidance

Of course it isn’t the stuff animal talking. It is the the woman listening to the messages that she hears. Simply put she was asking for information and guidance.

You might be wondering if these conversations were helpful. The answers is yes. She connected with clients and sold many homes which she credited to years of experience and conversations with her friend in the trunk of your car or on the living room sofa. Make it simple. Get quiet any time, any place. It is your job to be a good listener. It is your job to become curious. It is your job to listen. Try it, and notices what happens.

Just A Piece of Advice!

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