A Woman’s Intuition Is Everything – Ways To Strengthen Your Intuition

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    January 13, 2019
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“You must train your intuition – you must trust the small voice inside of you which tells you exactly what to say, what to decide.” ― Ingrid Bergman

“Practice listening to your intuition, your inner voice; ask questions; be curious; see what you see; hear what you hear; and then act upon what you know to be true. These intuitive powers were given to your soul at birth.”  ― Clarissa Pinkola Estés, Women Who Run With the Wolves: Myths and Stories of the Wild Woman Archetype

“Women’s curiosity was given a negative connotation, whereas men were called investigative. Women were called nosy, whereas men were called inquiring. In reality, the trivialization of women’s curiosity so that it seems like nothing more than irksome snooping denies women’s insight, hunches, and intuitions. It denies all her senses. It attempts to attack her fundamental power.” ― Clarissa Pinkola Estés, Women Who Run With the Wolves: Myths and Stories of the Wild Woman Archetype

     Above are a few quotes that show the importance of a woman’s intuition and the power that it holds. All three of these quotes have something important in common; they tell us to pay attention to our intuition because the intuition that we possess can provide us with the clarity that we are searching for. We should be aware of what lives inside of us. Only then can we reach our greatest potential and achieve the greatest level of success, regardless of what the definition of success is for you. 

What is intuition? It is a natural power that we possess. It is that inner voice inside of us that speaks to us even when we don’t have any physical proof. It can be hard for many people to believe in the power of our intuition because some people can’t believe in something that they can’t see. Some people only believe in what is tangible. A woman’s intuition is extremely powerful and can help us when we are making decisions.

Our intuition can help us choose the right path when we are presented with a difficult issue. A woman’s intuition is almost like magic. We are able to give ourselves the answers that we have searched for without having to hear them from another. All we have to do is be in tune with ourselves and allow ourselves to feel. Intuition is a power inside of us that we need to pay attention to, cultivate, and strengthen.

There are so many answers that live within us. We are so powerful. Women are powerful. Our intuition is powerful. Follow it.

Here Are 3 Ways To Strengthen Your Intuition: 

1. Self-Reflect

Take the time to know yourself internally. This is extremely important. You have to dig really deep and get to know the deepest parts of your being so that you can understand how you function. It will be easier to decipher what sits well with you and what doesn’t when you go through this process. Your intuition will be strengthened because you will know what is for you and what isn’t. The decision making process will be easier. 

2. Listen to Your Inner Voice

There will be a voice inside of you that will allow you to know when something feels wrong. You can just feel it. Do not silence that voice. Listen to it and then weigh the positives and the negatives. It will not always be right, but it usually is.  

3. Practice Following Your Intuition More and More Each Day

Do not neglect what doesn’t sit well with your heart and with your spirit. Don’t neglect how something makes you feel. Take the time to reflect on how things make you feel every single night and then act accordingly. 

Margaritë Camaj

Margaritë Camaj, also known as Magi, grew up in the Bronx, New York, but has Albanian roots that go deep into her being. She is an Attorney. Her passion is music and words, which is why she loves songwriting and Entertainment Law. Magi is an Author of 20 self-published works of literature and has been writing since she was 7 years old. She loves to write about her philosophy on love. She is a lover of knowledge and versatility, which explains her love for all and her Bachelor’s degree and concentrations in different subjects, such as History, Spanish, and Theology.

           

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