Our human intuition is unique to us all individually and as a group. It’s what lets us make good decisions, choose what to eat, how to dress, and what to say in social situations. It lets us know when we want to be with a large group and when we need some alone time. Unfortunately, by lieu of past choices or alternate events, some people among us no longer trust their intuition. Perhaps it lead them astray before and they are afraid to make decisions today; or maybe they were never equipped with the guidance needed to develop a healthy sense of intuition. Let’s take a look at some reasons you definitely should trust yourself.
The only person with the uniquely beautiful sense of intuition that you have in the world, is you! We here hope this isn’t a breakthrough. Be proud of the fact that you are the only person who can make decisions for yourself. Maybe it’s something we take for granted. Outside of the culture we live in, people in many countries live under oppressive rule or still follow very strict family based cultural styles. Imagine how deteriorating it would be to your intuition if you had to live by the rules of the government – or if you still lived with your strict parents!
2. Cut out the filler
Intuition helps us get right to the point. Instead of overthinking this and that, or analyzing simple situations like it was a Rubik cube, our intuition and gut instinct together let us capture the right feel for the moment and make us comfortable with who we are. The more you develop your gut instinct, the better you will feel about your self and the better you will be at trusting your gut. Soon, you will never second guess yourself!
3. Getting yourself out of trouble
Ever get the feeling that “ something isn’t right ”? A fishy situation causes our brain to go into overdrive with trying to discern the problem, get ting a feel for what reaction you should be having, and trying to assess a positive solution. Our intuition is what we use to avoid or get out of situations like this, and let us carry on stress free. Don’t fret about fear of missing out on something, if you didn’t have a good feeling about it in the first place. If you find out any bad news later, you have your intuition to thank.
4. Recognize your inner voice
Intuition is a tiny little voice in our head that serves as our moral guidance. And it’s worth listening to! The more you trust your intuition, the more you trust yourself and the better you will become at guiding yourself subconsciously. The more time you spend honing your inner voice, the less time you will spend on the fence about anything. You can quickly follow your gut instinct and your moral compass will be better honed for the path that is best for you.
5. Learn more
Furthermore, the better guided your moral compass is, the more you will learn about yourself. You will learn how to instantly decide important decisions and make day to day choices. You will trust yourself and be more confident; it will show in the way you present yourself in daily situations and your co-workers and peers will notice immediately.
6. Be more comfortable being yourself
At the end of the day, the most important thing we can do in our life, is be the best we can be. Learn about yourself by engaging your moral compass on a day to day basis, rediscovering the touch with your intuition and engaging your instincts. Be proud of who you are and remember that practice makes perfect. We don’t go through life without a couple of hiccups, and all can always be forgiven. Learn to forgive your self and try again. Keep going. Tune into your intuition for your everyday choices and stay the course faithfully. Years in the future you will be thankful that you let yourself trust your instincts, because you will have a successful and prosperous life. And if you are not satisfied yet, you must keep going. Eventually your intuition will harmonize properly. Learning more about yourself is a daily effort, and we practice it everyday by allowing ourselves to make mistakes, and recover. By the end of it all, I guarantee, you will be the best version of yourself ever.