Do you Interrupt your Intuition with Questions?

June 13, 2017

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I never interrupted my intuition with Questions” – A brilliant person said to me today and it has not left me all day; in fact it is burning fiercely in my heart.  And that makes me wonder and ask why? But wait – is that me “interrupting” what comes up for me with questions again.  Quite the pickle, wouldn’t you say?

 

According to the Dictionary -

Intuition is the ability to understand something immediately, without the need for conscious reasoning.

Intuition is also a thing that one knows or considers likely from instinctive feeling rather than conscious reasoning.

 

If intuition is our innate ability to understand Immediately without logic and it's a think we "know" - how come we ask the questions? Is that curiosity or is it fear?

 

I coach around and on Intentions and mindsets which always involves intuition yet I know I fall victim to this miniature act – questioning what comes up for me.  

 

I wrote a piece this year on Trusting Oneself – how we give credence to what others think and say than we do ourselves – what’s the driver of that? Bigger than that, how can you honor your intuition and quiet the questions? How do you step out of your own way?

 

We’ve been told by the greats that Intuition is your soul’s way to show you the light. Ignoring it will only keep you in the dark.  If we know this, what’s the purpose of questioning? It’s called FEAR.  Fear cannot dwell within Intuition – they are polar opposites – Fear thrives in the unknown, Intuition? Guides whether you know the next step or not.

 

So, what is possible for you if you stopped interrupting your intuition with questions; Follow your inner compass “blindly,” without any judgement, or questions or having to know the next step.  In fact, join me on this challenge, I want to find out what’s on the other side, don’t you?

 

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