Every single person in this world can learn how to develop their intuition.
We all have an intuitive ability but most of us never really learned how to follow our intuition.
We never learnt how to or how to listen or even hear when our intuition is speaking to us.
Most of us though, have some experience where we did something and then afterwards you’d say I wish I just listened to myself which shows that the voice of the intuition does speak to you!
An important part of developing your intuition is about learning to trust yourself and following your inner guidance.
What is intuition?
All people have intuition. We all have access to that gut feeling or inner voice, or even nudges.
I think of intuition as a multi-dimensional construct so it is an evolved form of higher guidance.
You can look at it as your subconscious mind which is plugged into your past experiences and your environmental cues.
At the same time, your subconscious mind is also plugged into energy source.
We are then receiving information from the physical and the energetic plane.
It gets fed to us through our Higher Self. We can interpret and get in touch with our intuition and our intuitive hits by connecting deeply into the physical body.
Challenges to following our intuition
If we agree that we’ve got intuition and we know that we can have access to these intuitive impulses and intuitive hits, the question is then why don’t we pay more attention to it?
Our intuition is very soft and subtle so we really have to go quiet and go within to access it.
We have to quieten the noise around us in order to really access the information that our intuition has to share with us.
There are also a couple of other reasons why it’s so difficult for us to follow our intuition and to trust ourselves.
One of the big reasons is that sometimes we can be too reliant on the approval of the people in our life.
We will tend to conform and take action in alignment of what other people expect us to do.
Essentially, we become how other people expect us to be. We do the things that we think we should be doing.