Intuition operates best in a loving caring atmosphere.
1. Love and appreciate your body.
You may not yet be good at listening to your body, but your body is always listening to you.
Just like those affirmations we say to change our mindset, we also need to say them to our body. Your body hears everything you say and think about. So, what would you like your body to know?
2. Listen to your body (and do what it asks of you)
We listen to people that we love, we keep our minds on things that we love.
Learning to listen to your body clues is central to your intuitive wisdom.
Stop, breathe, and pay attention to your body. The more you do this the more you will recognize when something is different, or feels ‘off’.
3. Nourish your intuition sensitivity so you learn when you're hearing something.
Some ways you can learn to do this are:
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I just finished putting the finishing touches on my Gratitude Kindle release and launched it this week, and with everything that is going on it seems more relevant then ever to have gratitude for what we have in our lives.
Gratitude reminds us of what we have which allows us to think more positively. And if you believe in the law of attraction you know that the Universe (God, Spirit) will not give you more of what you 'want' if you are not grateful for what you have.
This is a relatively simple in concept exercise, but will get you thinking about what you are truly grateful for.
The process is simple; just think of 100 things you are grateful for.
This act will open your mind to the staggering number of things there are to be grateful for in your life.
Don’t stress about finishing this list all in one go. Just get through as much as possible in one sitting and keep coming back to it as you think of more items.
Print out the worksheet and try it...