Facts, statistics, resumes and smooth talkers can impress; influence and point you in the wrong direction. However, if you are consciously present and aware of your feelings it can override the external parade of showmanship and lead you to make the right decision.
It takes courage to stand alone. It takes inner strength to trust yourself – especially when challenged by others. Yet, whether you’re a CEO or self-lead, learning to develop and trust your intuition is the path of freedom.
Imprints are different. You see and feel someone at a deeper level. A bit of their soul becomes engraved in yours. And in the dark times it lights your way. Their strength becomes yours. You never feel alone.
“When I run after what I think I want, my days are a furnace of stress and anxiety; if I sit in my own place of patience, what I need flows to me, and without pain. From this I understand that what I want also wants me, is looking for me and attracting me.” ~ Rumi
What if every single aspect of our lives is perfect? That the people and circumstances of our lives are there to help us grow?
The inward path leading to self-awareness and intuition is not programmed with red and green lights telling you when to stop or go. The journey within becomes a trust issue.
Your intuition tells you not to attend the party but your guilt kicks in. “I promised my friends I’d go.” “What will people think if I don’t show up?” You give in to what you THINK is the right thing to do and ignore what your feelings are telling you.