Intuitive eating… You’ve probably heard this term thrown around before, but what does it really mean? And does it actually work? Holistic health coach Isabel Foxen Duke shares some thoughts on the matter. Read More
One of our favorite ways of tuning in to our intuition is through creative play. Anything from painting to playing music, cooking to doodling. Someone who has mastered this fusion of art and intuition is Louise Gale, the artist and designer behind Flower of Life Studio. Read More
Capture your ideas, a-ha moments, and flashes of insight with the automatic voice-to-text transcription tool.
It’s easy. Just record your voice into your Intuition Journal app and it’ll be automatically converted into text. Use it while on-the-go, when waking up to record your dreams, or whenever you simply don’t feel like typing.
One of the most effective ways to strengthen your intuition is to write things down. As in, take notes. Very good notes.
Why? Because like a detective who’s trying to solve a mystery, when we keep track of our intuitive clues – all those hunches, gut feelings, synchronicities, dreams, or flashes of insight – we are better able connect the dots, see how things are connected, and make sense of it all.
But not only that. We also get a sense of how to actually use those clues to guide our actions and make positive changes in our lives. Certainly worth the few moments of time it takes to jot things down, don’t you think? Read More
Focusing on the breath quiets the mind and makes it easier to tune in to your intuition. It doesn’t need to be difficult. Here’s a super quick and easy technique that you can do anytime, anywhere! Read More
It’s vacation time! Fun, fun! But where to go? Intuition expert Becky Walsh shares some tips to help you pick the perfect destination! Read More
“The heart has its reasons which reason knows nothing of… We know the truth not only by the reason, but by the heart.” – Blaise Pascal
Have you ever ignored your intuition then wished you hadn’t? Frustrating, isn’t it? 20/20 hindsight kicks in, then the only thing you feel like kicking is yourself! As frustrating as it can be, these experiences hold tremendous value. All we have to do is take a closer look…
How to keep your Super Powers strong for when you really need them.
By: Cat Knott | Photo by: Alice Bartlett