you know more than you think you do…

So often we say “I don’t know” when asked about what to do in a certain situation.

But the truth is, we always know something.

Sometimes we only know a piece of information and we need to ask more questions.

Other times, we know but we wish we didn’t because once you know something, well you can’t “unknow” it, right?

It takes courage to take responsibility for what your intuition is guiding you towards…and then to act on it.

This could be in a relationship, a career situation, or even with your own health.

Intuition works in steps.

You aren’t always given the staircase and until you fully commit to the next step, you won’t see or recognize the next one.

A great 3-step process you can take yourself through when you are faced with a challenging situation in any area of your life is this:

Step 1: Get grounded.
My favorite thing to do is dance in my living room to Spotify.
A brisk walk or standing barefoot in grass or being in water also will do the trick.
Is it cold where you are? Take a shower-that will do it too!

Step 2:  Ask on paper: “What I already know about this situation is….”
Drop into your heart. Take some deep breaths and do some free writing. Go until you feel empty.

Step 3: Ask, “Is there any action I could take NOW to move the situation forward?”
Sometimes you will get a no. It may just be time to have awareness and let things be. But other times, you’ll get a nudge to call this person/go to this event/etc. Follow your nudgings.

Revisit this process as many times as you want when making a decision.

You know way more than you think you do and the more you practice, the easier it will be to move out of the “I don’t know” phase and create powerful decisions that empower you and and get you closer to where you want to be.

Love and Blessings,
Diana

 

ps: Are you coming to Sedona?

I am so excited to be hosting a super intimate, end-of-year retreat under the stars in Red Rock country!

Click here to check it out

0 replies

Leave a Reply

Want to join the discussion?
Feel free to contribute!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.