I lean into my place of knowing and trust my intuition. I see, feel, hear and know my intuition with pristine clarity. I stand strong and trust in my faith and inner guidance knowing it will not lead me astray.
*from Finding the Well in Wellness Cards, by Juli Conard, Art by Faith Myers
For some people, seeing is believing. But, what happens when we sense or know something and can’t see it? Have you ever known something to be so true and real for you without actually seeing it? And it doesn’t matter what anyone else thinks or says, you know that thing is absolutely true for you? This intuitive phenomenon is much like faith. Much like hope.
Without going into the gory details, I remember a situation in my life, I just KNEW with every fiber of my being that the right decision for me, albeit the hardest decision, was THE right thing to do. As painful as it was, I trusted and held faith that everything would play out the way it was meant to. I couldn’t see the end result, I didn’t know for certain what life would look like after the decision was made, there was nothing tangible to see or believe. It was simply a feeling. A powerful knowingness.
I admit that trusting, holding faith and hope isn’t always easy. But it is possible. Our gut reactions, our intuitive nudges, our inner GPS doesn’t lie. We are innately built with an inner guidance system that always knows our true north. It’s when we get too busy or overwhelmed in the muck of life that we forget to listen or consult that piece of us that is anchored in the truth of who we are.
This week we are encouraged to be still and listen – to access that place inside of us that only we know how to get to. To lean into what is right for us and our journey, to trust that even if outside voices tell us one thing, the power to embrace our inner guidance is ALWAYS ours. Our power lies within and when we choose life from this truth, we will not be lead astray.