Jun 14, 2022
Fear and intuition are often confused.
And it has to do with the fact that they are both felt in the gut.
Unfortunately, going through a divorce means you’ve been out of touch with your gut for so long that you forget what it actually feels like.
What happens is we get so preoccupied with our thoughts, making it difficult to understand what our gut is trying to tell us.
So I’d like to teach you different ways to distinguish your gut feelings based on intuition and fear.
Tune in to this episode on The Difference Between Fear and Intuition.
Key points covered in this episode:
✔️Fear vs intuition. Intuition is an odd, illogical hit that comes to you after the fact. Fear kicks in your anxiety. Your intuition is far more reliable than your fear. Train it. Listen to it. Know when it comes.
✔️Check your self-trust. Our self-trust gets worn down over time by our parents, teachers, and our ex-partners. So when you can’t trust your inner self, you’re disconnected from your intuition.
✔️Sit with your feelings. Get curious about it. Give your feelings a voice. Look at it dead in the eye so you can really hear what it’s telling you.
✔️Your intuition is a powerful tool. Fear is saying “no” in your head. Intuition is saying “yes” in your body. The more you practice it, the more you lean into your self-trust; the more you’ll learn to step back and become self-aware when something feels off.
✔️Feelings are data; don’t ignore them! They are your friends – even the uncomfortable ones! Trusting them allows you to access a wealth of information to help you in your journey to healing.
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