Day 279

Today I attended my friend Kris’s intuition workshop. It was interesting as I had never thought that much about where our intuition came from. I thought it was just a thing we have. A feeling that guides us. I thought it was partly our gut instinct, our heart and our souls voice. What I learned though is that our subconscious mind is the main place our intuition comes from. Our gut instinct comes from our unconscious mind. The deep part of our mind which holds our childhood memories that we can’t instantly recall. Our intuition is connected to our heart space. It is made up of the beliefs we have and is also connected to our five senses. When we have a feeling something is off or our intuition is telling us to watch out it means something from our past has triggered a warning for us. Our intuition can read energy and let us know whether we should trust someone. It can subconsciously know when someone is lying to us. I love that our intuition can lead us down a path that is more aligned. I believe that our gut instinct keeps us safe, our intuition nudges us towards what we know is good for us, our logical mind wants us to do what seems best according to our surroundings. I have followed my intuition more in the last nine months than ever before in my life. I have been leading an intuitive life day to day. Throughout my grieving I would ask my heart what it needed each day. I also asked my heart what it wanted me to do for work? Whether accounting was for me anymore? Whether I was ready to jump into my own business. While it wasn’t the easy option I know I made the right choice trusting my intuition.

Keep guiding me towards listening to my intuition little one. I know you came to help me tune in more and live a more enriched life. 

Author: Jodie Matthews

I am a mother, writer, mindful money coach, minimalist and many other things. I love mother nature. I am happiest when I am floating in the ocean. I am a keen traveller and love to explore and discover new places. You can connect with me further on instagram at @jodieleannematthews

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