Trusting intuition—can you trust your intuition?
Have you ever argued with yourself? Well, who’s arguing with whom?
You are not in the argument. You are the witness of thoughts arguing with themselves.
Before intuitive knowing becomes thought, it is pure silent knowing. The mind translates this knowing into words and images and something is always lost in translation.
That’s why it’s wise to ask, “Can I trust my intuition?” It’s wise to question our thoughts, even intuitive thoughts.
I’d spent my whole life working with my intuition, testing it to its limits, trying to understand how it worked and using it to help navigate my life — every day. So when a friend and famous American psychic closed her eyes in mid-conversation, drama in her voice, to tell me what she was ‘picking up,’ I was skeptical.
My car had gone in for repairs; her psychic message was, “Good news it’s not very serious, the car will be fixed and for less than 300 dollars.”
What happened? The cost was nearly 2000 dollars.
The day I fetched my car from the garage, she asked for a lift. We broke down on the fast lane on a hectic freeway.
Speeding cars were skidding and breaking hard around us. My two young, terrified children and a wide-eyed psychic friend watched me push the car across four lanes of traffic to safety.
When I asked my psychic friend a few times about her “Incorrect intuitive information,” she would always answer, “if I was wrong, I was meant to be wrong.”
I’m the most accurate intuitive I know, and I know I can be wrong. So many intuitive people I’ve met leave discernment at the door.
Intuition has saved my life; I value it more than any other skill. And I learned the hard way the importance of filtering out ego, be vigilant with translation, not trust our intuition, rather trust ourselves to separate truth from fantasy, wisdom from ignorant.
Trust yourself and open to the gifts of intuition.