Intuition – Your Most Underutilised Asset

Intuition is your gut/sixth sense, but we need to rely on it more! Intuition is one of the most important tools we have, and it’s our gut instinct which has helped me with the situations I’ve found myself in. Intuition is not just useful for life decisions or the big stuff in life, it can help us to make sound business decisions and so much more.

We all have been there: On the path to success, knowing a great idea is just out of reach when suddenly the solution dawns on us. Or we have a sense that events are coming into alignment, having a good feeling we will be in the right place at the right time. These moments of elusive and mysterious clarity are often called “intuition” or “following your gut.” Although they sometimes elude our conscious control and logic, they can still be powerful tools to steer us clear of danger and assist us in making timely decisions.

What is Intuition?

Intuition is your inner wisdom. It’s a gut feeling that tells you to trust your instincts and act on them, even if it means doing something out of the ordinary. Sometimes intuition can be a little scary—like when you feel like you’re going to fail or when someone is about to make a mistake. But that’s why intuition is so helpful! It helps us stay alert and avoid danger. Intuition might seem like magic, but it’s just a potent part of your subconscious mind working at its best. When we listen closely to our intuition and act on it, we follow our inner guide, allowing us to live more fully in the present moment than ever before.

Intuition is your best friend and is always there to help you out. The only thing keeping you from hearing its advice is the noise in your head—the endless chatter of thoughts that distract you from what’s important.

The term “intuition” comes from the Latin word “in-tuire,” which means “to look within.” You can develop your intuition by training yourself to listen carefully to your inner voice—the one telling you what feels right in any given situation.

Why is it important?

Intuition is one of the most powerful tools at our disposal, but it isn’t easy to define. Some state there are different types of intuition:

The first is gut instinct, which we all think of when we hear “intuition.” It’s that feeling you get when you know something is right—even though there may be no logical reason for it. Gut instinct is often connected to emotion, making it hard to trust when our emotions run high.

The second type of intuition is “knowing without knowing” or “acquired knowing.” This is when you see or experience something that gives you immediate insight into something else: an object, a person, or a situation. When this happens, it can feel like déjà vu. It’s very common for this type of intuition to be connected with dreams or daydreams—we have everyday experiences that seem familiar yet aren’t quite right because they’re happening for the first time! The third type of intuition is “knowing through energy,” which involves accessing information through feelings rather than thoughts or words.

What does intuition feel like?

Intuition is like a sixth sense. You can’t see it, but you know it’s there. It’s a gut feeling, a sense of knowing that something is right or wrong, or good or bad. It’s a knowing that comes from within and resonates with your body—you may feel it in your chest, or in your stomach. You may also feel it in your head, as if something just went “click!” and suddenly everything makes sense. You might not be able to explain why or how you know something intuitively, but you do know it—and that’s enough for you to act on what the inner voice has told you to do (or not do).

How to connect to your intuition?

You can connect with your intuition in several ways, but the most important thing is to believe that you can. It’s easy to feel like something is impossible when you’re unsure how it’s done, or even if it’s real. But here’s the thing—you are intuitive! You have to learn how to hear what your intuition.

The first step to connecting with your intuition is to quiet the noise in your mind. This can be accomplished by taking a few deep breaths and focusing on the present moment, where there is no past and no future. Once you’re feeling relaxed and centred, ask yourself what guides you in making decisions and how you know when something is right for you

You have to truly know and understand that the mind can’t always tell the difference between something true or false, but intuition can. Intuition is like a muscle and it needs to be trained. If you use it more, then it gets stronger and works better.

In Conclusion

If you’ve ever wondered why your intuition seems to be on the fritz, it’s probably because you’re not making time for it. Intuition is like a muscle—it needs to be practiced and exercised in order to get stronger. If you’re constantly distracted by the outside world, it will become more difficult for your gut instinct to surface. Your mind will then start taking over and telling you what to do. But if you take time every day to quiet your mind and focus on your intuition, it will eventually start speaking up more clearly when given the chance. The more often you use your intuition, the better it will work for you!

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