Something that I absolutely believe in is to believe your intuition and move on your instinct. 

I’ll be honest, I didn’t always trust my own instinct, allowing other people to walk all over me in such a way that I didn’t know where I started or ended. It’s taken years of undoing of how I thought I needed to engage and interact with the world.  

That instinct can be quite strong at times, like a red flag of warning you when it’s time to remove yourself from something, someone or somewhere. 

It’s the wisdom on when to go within to reflect and ask yourself the hard questions about life. 

It’s the physical reaction when someone enters the room or the feelings that emerge at any given moment. 

Far too often we seek the answers outside ourselves when in reality we need to go within. This will allow the hidden pieces to emerge that you’ve so carefully bundled up in the corner of your heart. It will guide you on how to embody your own self-care and nurture you and bring healing into your being. 

For too many years I had ignored my instincts until my son was born – and yes in some way I believe he came to me on purpose. So that I could learn to trust my intuition and fully believe in me and stop seeking the validation and support elsewhere. 

Funny how events and people can bring that clarity to you. And the reality is, you and I always have this instinct about the things we encounter in our lives and it will always comes back down to asking yourself, if you trust yourself enough to act on it.

What do you need to do to trust yourself more and your own intuition?  

If you’re not sure on how to go about it, that’s okay but you also don’t have to wait for something earth shattering to happen before you choose to make changes in your life.

Setting one goal can leap you forward into the direction of where you want to go!

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