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Unlocking the Power of Intuition: Embracing Your Emotional Guidance

Unlocking the Power of Intuition: Embracing Your Emotional Guidance

 

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We are all born with a certain amount of intuition. The problem is, from a very young age, we are often told to ignore our feelings or that our feelings are just wrong. Much like force-feeding an infant can cause the child to start ignoring their natural hunger control mechanism, it’s the same with emotions. The more we have been taught to push down our feelings, the more likely we will not trust our emotions.

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Intuitive Feelings

 

Listed below are several ways to point out these emotions that will help you by Unlocking the Power of Intuition:

  • Gut Feelings

Everyone has a natural ability to know if something is not right in any given situation. The problem is, over time, you may have pushed down those feelings as wrong or even confusing. You meet a new person and feel like something is off for no known reason. You talk to someone and believe they are lying. While you may not want to react to these instances that aren’t caused by immediate danger, keep an open mind and keep your eyes open. Chances are you’ll find out that you’re right more than wrong.

  • Flight or Fight Response

Every human is born with a “flight or fight” effect. Sometimes, the hairs on your neck stand up, or you get prickly and feel like running. Most of the time, you should pay attention to this feeling. Often, you’ll find that when you think that way, a spider is nearby, or you are in grave danger. Do not ignore these nagging feelings, ever. Even if you’re wrong, it’s best to be safe.

  • Helping Others

T.V. commercials use these emotions when they want you to send money to save starving children in Africa or donate to save abused animals. The feelings you have when watching those commercials are normal, and you should respect them. When you feel compelled to help people, please don’t push it down. Freely offer help because to deny your feelings about this will cause you to feel bad about yourself.

Providing Additional Insight

 

  • Confidence in Abilities

When you are feeling confident, don’t push those feelings down. You have a right to feel good about what you are doing and to feel capable. When you feel good about yourself, it’s not misplaced pride or bragging. So often, people (especially women) are taught not to boast about their abilities from a young age. This puts young women at a disadvantage to their male counterparts regarding jobs and fair pay. Allow yourself to feel confident when it’s appropriate.

  • Create a Comfortable Environment

Emotions need a safe environment to be felt fully. You’re your own best friend. Only you can create the right environment that is safe for you to feel your emotions. Make your home safe for yourself and safe for your entire family. As Dr. Phil says, “Home should be a safe place to fall.”

  • Acknowledging Different Emotions

Don’t push away emotions that you have about drugs, alcohol, or food. Instead, allow yourself to experience a full range of emotions as appropriate. Of course, you do have to show some measure of propriety in public. Still, you can express appropriate emotions in proper places as they come to you.

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Intuitive Feelings

 

  • Empathy

To improve your capacity for empathy, practice naming and expressing other people’s emotions. People who can show great empathy to others, even if they haven’t gone through the situation themselves, have much happier lives than those who cannot relate to other human beings. You don’t have to be homeless yourself to understand how genuinely demoralizing the experience is.

Process Your Feelings

 

  • Feelings Journal

Keep a feelings journal for yourself to help you process different feelings that you are having and different feelings that you note that other people have about situations in life. Your journal can help you healthily work through emotions and give you something to look back at when you are having trouble.

  • Testing Judgment Accuracy

If you are afraid to go with your gut due to having pushed down the skill from a young age, pick one thing to test. For example, start job hunting in earnest if you need to switch jobs. Going on some job interviews to test your intuition will be good. You might find the job of a lifetime. Or if you feel strange, such as running from a situation, go ahead and do it.

 

As you learn to trust your emotions by practicing feeling them, you’ll better discern what’s right and wrong. Embrace your intuition and unlock the power of your emotional guidance for personal growth and a more fulfilling life.

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5 Easy Steps to Start Visualizing Your Success

5 Easy Steps to Start Visualizing Your Success

5 Easy Steps to Start Visualizing Your Success

 

Today’s article discusses the 5 Easy Steps to Start Visualizing Your Success. You may not realize it, but you are already a powerful visualizer. It would help if you spent much time imagining what your life looks like. But chances are you’re more focused on worry and anxiety, not on making success your reality. How often do you think about that presentation or that date and imagine the worst possible outcome? If your inner monologue revolves around potential mishaps or anxious “what ifs?” you need to switch up your visualizing.

 

Time to accentuate the positive and welcome success into your life!

 

Know What You Want In Your Vision

Elite sports players always use this technique to improve their performance and achieve their goals. They visualize scoring that goal or winning their race. Imagine if a pole vaulter looked at the vault and thought, ‘Oh man, that’s high, I’ll never do it.’ That’s setting themselves up for failure. Instead, look at your deepest desire, be clear about it, and see yourself soaring over that pole.

 

Imagine And Be Clear About Your Goals

The secret sauce of visualizing success lies in the details. See yourself achieving, even surpassing your goal. Say our pole vaulter wants to clear six meters. More than just visualizing six meters is required. They have to imagine six and a half, maybe even seven. Instead of a new job, visualize a promotion, visualize being CEO. See yourself winning that prize. Visualize your personal best and see yourself smashing it. Think big and ask yourself, “What would my life look like when I achieve my goal?”

 

Picture How You Will Feel About Your Success

Once you have clarity on what you want, focus on what success feels like. What emotions come up for you as you imagine yourself living that life of success? Does it complicate anything for you or does it feel like a positive direction to go in?

 

Start Making Success Happen

Success doesn’t come overnight or all at the same time. You can start making your life successful today by taking baby steps to build your success. Every day before you get out of bed, think of three things you can do that day to move you closer to achieving your dreams. This sounds like a simple thing to do, and honestly, it truly works. Just 3 things you can do, write it down on a post-it note and put it where you can see it every day. 

 

Create A Stick-To-It Plan

Successful people are persistent people. They know that true, lasting success takes time and effort. There will be setbacks and missteps and plenty of challenges on the way. But you’ll make it if you have a purpose and clear vision. Keep your eyes on the prize, and don’t give up. I’m sure you have heard that phrase before. 

 

 

You have the power to change your reality to manifest success and happiness. You must start believing in the best possible outcomes, not the worst. Rev up your visualizing engine and get started! You can do it! Trust yourself, you’ll be glad you did.

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