Intuition is the “knower who knows” within each one of us. No one is without intuition. It is a muscle that can be exercised in order to grow strong and clear. It’s hard to imagine that Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. or Mahatma Gandhi could have each changed an entire nation without using their intuition. How could they have each begun such a formidable journey without trusting that part of themselves that knew the right way to go?
In LIVING IN THE LIGHT, Shakti Gawain writes, “The more you do it, the easier it will become. Eventually you will be able to contact your intuition, ask yourself questions, and know that in that ‘wise being’ within you, an incredible source of power and strength is available to answer your questions and guide you. As you grow more sensitive to this guidance from the intuitive feelings within, you will gain a sense of knowing what you need do in any situation. Your intuitive power is always available to guide you whenever you need it. It will open to you as soon as you are willing to trust yourself and your inner knowledge.”
Today you can commit to developing a deeper relationship with the “knower who knows.” In developing your intuition and trusting it you are actively increasing your faith and your peace. When you ask for guidance, follow it and give thanks.
I AM listening to the Divine!