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Are you having a hard time tapping into your higher connection or gut feelings? Watch this video to find out how one of my coaching clients accesses her intuition.
By Vickie Champion
Four Steps to Using Your Intuition to Find Your Perfect Job are…
1. HAVE A WILLINGNESS
The most important requirement in tuning into our intuition is the willingness to hear the answer. Nothing more.
2. GET TO NEUTRAL
Next we have to open up and let go of our judgments. Release what we hold tight to as what we think is the perfect job or the wrong job. There are several ways to get to neutral but one of the easiest is through this affirmation: "I'm a ready for my ideal job and I don't care what it is." Repeat it until you believe it.
Determining if it’s our intuition can be a tricky thing. Sometimes there is such a fine line between the answer that solves all our problems and complete paranoia. Then there are times our intuition throws us a curve and surprises us.
Here Are Ways to Tell if Our Intuition or Inner Voice Is Speaking to us …
- Comes in a whisper or a glimpse. To me it’s a calm statement or a quick peek, a matter-of-fact.
- Keeps gently reminding us. The message will not change and it will keep repeating over and over -- sometimes for years.
Here’s what Vickie Champion talks about in this video…
Hi! I’m Vickie Champion. I am a business and life coach who helps people listen to their “intuition” or “gut feelings.”
This is one of the videos in a series called “Is this your Intuition?” One of my assistants will describe a common scenario and then ask you if the person used their intuition or not? Then I’ll tell you my answer and explain “why” I came to that conclusion.
Here’s what is talked about in this video…
My name is Vickie Champion and I am a business and life coach who helps people get out of the fear and use to their intuition or gut instincts.
I thought it would be fun to let you hear from one of my coaching clients who had a very interesting example about using our intuition. Here is Diane Bolden who is also a leadership coach and the author of “The Pinocchio Principle” with her story.
Are you one of those who want to be right at all costs? Maybe you get your thrills from always having problems to deal with. Or perhaps you think all this woo-woo is nonsense? Then I don't need to tell you the benefits of ignoring your intuition, gut instincts or inner voice. You probably think this list is NORMAL and the way LIFE IS. I know -- I use to be you.
This blog is for those of you exploring other ways to live, like I did several years ago.
Here Are Some Benefits of Ignoring Your Intuition:
Take notice of when happenings go along smoothly with no struggle at all and very little, if any, effort. When we listen to our intuition or inner voice the path is easy with no obstacles. We might say we’re “in the flow” or in a state of “natural synchronicity.”
An example of NOT “being in the flow” is:
Before attending a breakfast meeting with a customer did you oversleep after a night of tossing and turning, drive on the most congested streets, wait for a parking spot and have your customer forget about the meeting?
I was glancing at the book Your Sixth Sense by Belleruth Naparstek the other day and came across this interesting information about those that easily use their intuition, gut instincts, gut feelings, or inner voice. She interviewed 43 extremely psychic people with solid reputations and a good public track record. Many shared the same health issues, family dynamic and talents.
Typical Characteristics of the Intuitives she Interviewed were:
- A woman in her mid-40s
- Parent or grandparent who displayed psychic abilities
- Some degree of two-handedness or two sidedness
- Being an only child
Believe it or not there are conditions that actually activate our intuition and make it easier to hear intuitive answers.
Are you ready to awaken your intuition, gut instincts, or inner voice? Here are 9 ways:
1 Taking a Shower -
There’s something about warm water beating on your body that releases those intuitive insights.
2 Commuting -
Whether we travel by plane, train or automobile, the commute often gives enough quiet, reflective time to recognize intuitive answers.
3 Brainstorming -
When we bounce ideas around with other people and allow ourselves to open to new possibilities our intuition slips in perfect ideas.
The Anatomy of Gut Instinct
We’re under more stress than ever before as the economic meltdown has affected everybody in some way or another. We are losing jobs at a record clip. Entire industries are becoming extinct overnight. Families are being forced from their foreclosed homes. Because of these hard realities, relationships with family and friends are suffering and so is our mental, emotional and physical health.
Everyone is feeling confused, lost and afraid. It’s hard to know what direction to go in. So now it’s more important than ever to rely on your intuition…