I’ve talked about Trust in the past, but it’s such a huge topic that I believe there’s room for more.
We trust in things every day of our lives, whether we acknowledge it as trust or not. There are some unwritten ‘trusts’ if you will, that most of us share:
- We trust we will wake up tomorrow
- We trust the sun will rise in the morning
- We trust our car will take us where we are going
- We trust the seasons will change
The dictionary on my Mac says: Trust-firm belief in the reliability, truth, ability, or strength of someone or something.
What about the trust we have in ourselves. This is where some of us may waiver.
Yes, you may trust there is that perfect thing, just around the corner. And you may trust you’ll get to the grocery store before it closes. But what about trusting your intuition? Some of you are nodding and some of you are shaking your head.
And there may be a few of you who are laughing. That's fine. 🙂
A few things to help ‘trust’ your intuition, your gut:
- ask the Angels for assistance
- ask your intuition to be louder and clearer
- pay attention
- say 'thank you'
It really isn’t any different than going to a new location. You ask for directions and then as you are following the directions, you pay attention to the street signs, the traffic, the house numbers, etc.
So after you’ve asked a question of your intuition (or your Angels), follow the signs. Signs come in all shapes and sizes:
- your own body–stomach growling, burping, a tickle behind your ear
- songs on the radio or people talking at the table next to you
Signs from our intuition are around us all the time. We just need to ask and then watch for the signs and trust that the signs are the answers we are seeking.
A past blog you may also enjoy: Suspicion or Trust
Angel Blessings to you.
Empowerment 4 You
Thanks Sue. I so enjoy your posts. So good for mindfulness.
Thanks Michelle. I really appreciate it. 🙂
When I don’t trust my intuition, I so regret it! I’m learning to listen to my inner wisdom.
Good move Louise. It really is a process that we follow each day. And the better we get at it, sometimes the more subtle it is. 🙂
There is always room for more! Trust is very important. I was having a conversation with one of my friends about this just the other day.
Maybe I was picking up on your vibes Miss Stacey :).