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Your Intuition

Your Intuition

We have intuition, nature has instincts.
Many people ask today,“How can my life be more
magical?” and “How can I go from ordinary to extraordinary?”
Great thinkers have taught us that we either go
through life learning and struggling, or we listen to our
own intuition. Each of us has the innate ability to listen to
our inner voice and receive guidance for direction, clarity
or choices.When we develop trust that our intuition
works for us, we expand our active use of it.
How many times have we said to ourselves,“Wow, I
wish I would have listened to that hunch or that feeling.”
Intuition is a crucial part of spirituality, because when we
pray for answers or meditate for guidance, the answers
come.Whether we heed our intuition or not is an expression
of our free will.

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