There are times when our intuition seems to elude us. So close, yet just slightly out of reach. The most frustrating part is that although we know there is a well of wisdom within us, we just can’t seem to tap in to it.
“Listen to your heart”. “Trust your instincts”. Yes, you get it. But, as much as you try to tune in and hear it, sometimes you just can’t quite pick up a clear signal.
Not to worry, though. There are things that you can do about it.
Do you second guess yourself? Rely on others people’s opinions and advice before making decisions? We all do to some extent. However, we need to be careful. There’s a fine line between learning from others and giving our power away.
We’re bombarded with immense amounts of stimuli every day. From our phones, social media and computers to the millions of thoughts streaming through our heads, there is a constant barrage of information coming at us. With all these things competing for our attention, how does intuition get through?
More often than not, it doesn’t. Instead, it goes by unnoticed. This is why you may find it difficult to tap into your intuition. It’s not because it isn’t functioning. It’s because it’s getting lost in the shuffle of everyday life.
You can, however, learn to sift through the noise. Read More
We receive a lot of questions from people wanting to understand the meaning of coincidences and synchronicity. One of the best explanations we’ve found is by Deepak Chopra, who not only explains what the significance of coincidences are, but also provides practical ways to use them to guide your life.
At some point in our lives, we’ve all experienced synchronicities – coincidences in which highly improbable events occur. You’re thinking about an old friend that you haven’t seen in years, then receive a phone call from them a few seconds later. You have a sudden, unexplainable urge to visit a place you have never been to, then end up meeting the love of your life. Are such coincidences merely chance or is there something more at work? What do coincidences mean? Read More