Who doesn’t want to avoid mistakes? My colleague Valerie Minard writes about the benefits of what it means to listen. I thought my Southern California readers would appreciate reading about the connection Valerie makes between health, spirituality, and consciousness.
Have you ever had a gut feeling or hunch to wait–or to do something–that seemed to come out of nowhere? When you acted on it, perhaps a mistake was avoided; you were protected; or a problem was solved. Some people call it a sixth sense, an inner voice, or intuition. The dictionary defines intuition as “the ability to understand something immediately, without the need for conscious reasoning.”
We all get these intuitions. Sometimes we listen to them; sometimes we don’t. But, when we do, wonderful things can happen.
Read more from Valerie Minard’s blog.