9 Ways To Trust Your Intuition To Make Big Decisions

Ways Trust Your Intuition Make Big Decisions

But why should we pay attention to our intuition? I mean … it’s not like we’re planning on becoming world-famous physicists or inventors, right? Wrong. You don’t need to strive for either. Intuition is very down-to-earth and can help us in any area of life. Here’s why it’s so powerful:

1. Intuition reveals deep truths in our lives

Either about ourselves, other people, or life at large, intuition helps us to develop a deeper understanding and insight. The result is that we feel more intelligently guided in our thoughts, feelings, and decisions.

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2. Intuition helps us identify negative omens in our lives

Failure, financial collapse, death, emotional threat – trust your intuition, as it puts us in touch with our instinctive defense systems, helping us to avoid harm. (How eerie but cool is that!)

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3. Intuition opens new paths to us

By helping us to identify positive signs in our lives, intuition opens new doors to us when we least expect it.

4. Intuition guides us and helps us to make wise decisions

By allowing us to know what decisions to make and when, intuition helps us to achieve a measure of confidence and peace of mind, assisting us in following paths that are true to ourselves: paths with heart.

5. Intuition helps us to live fulfilling lives

Truth hurts, but truth also helps us to wake up to the false, corrupted, and delusional lives that we sometimes lead and choices we occasionally make. Trust your Intuition! Because it is a bringer of truth, and thus a bringer of change and transformation. When we listen to it, we make decisions that ultimately help our lives to be genuine and fulfilling.

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How to Distinguish Fearful Thoughts From Intuition

I sometimes FEEL that I am right. I do not KNOW that I am. – Albert Einstein

Unfortunately, it’s very common for us to confuse the voice of intuition with the voice of fear. In order for us to make the most intelligent, successful, wise, loving, and meaningful decisions in our lives, we need to learn how to make a clear distinction between the two.

As a person who has a very strong “inner skeptic,” it has been difficult for me to loosen my rational brain in favor of my intuition. As a thinker, my mental voice has always been quite strong and persistent. I’m sure you have struggled with this to some extent too.

What helped me to distinguish fearful thoughts from intuitive guidance was to pay attention to how each inner voice felt in my body. Here are some main differences between fear and intuition.


  • Feels heavy and dark
  • Emotionally-charged (e.g., “I need to do this or else ____ will happen!!”)
  • Vague
  • Makes you feel frustrated, overwhelmed, confused or anxious
  • Causes you to ruminate and get lost in cycles of thought

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  • Feels light
  • Unemotional
  • Crystal clear
  • Makes you feel calm, inspired, and a sense of resolution
  • Spontaneously arises and immediately feels “right” without further rational thought

By paying attention to these signs, you will slowly be able to distinguish paranoid thinking from neutral and intuitive knowing.

How to Trust Your Intuition to Make Big Life Decisions

Intuition means exactly what it sounds like, in-tuition! An inner tutor or teaching and learning mechanism that takes us forward daily. It is a resource that, where recognized, has infinite potential. – Sylvia Clare

Intuition is an essential life skill that we must all learn to refine and develop, preferably sooner rather than later. Without intuition, we get stranded in labyrinths of rigid, agitated, or obsessive thoughts that limit our capacity to see clearly. The less clear we can see, the more likely we will make bad decisions.

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