Hello! Guess what? No matter who you are, you can move forward more quickly and effectively by using your intuition to enhance your decision-making. How? Glad you asked.

First of all, intuition has to do with following feelings rather than intellectual logic. Gut-feelings, inclinations, instincts, hunches, that kind of thing. Plenty of people use this type of input in their decision-making already – and not just psychics. For example, police officers often speak of their gut-instincts, detectives follow hunches, counselors use their instincts.

What this means is that more than logic is taken into consideration when making an action or plan-oriented decision. The rest of the information isn’t necessarily measurable, but it can certainly be of service to you. "Not everything that counts can be counted, and not everything that can be counted counts." - Albert Einstein

Following one’s feelings, going with the flow, getting in touch with one’s gut-instincts requires the ability to perceive the moment accurately. Only when one is grounded in the present moment can one use intuition in decision-making. Then learning one’s own intuitive language becomes a helpful tool, and it can be incorporated into decision-making.

Pay attention to the feelings you get when you’re about to make a decision. What was your first inclination? Did you subconsciously perceive a color around the situation? Did any part of your body tingle? Did you feel negatively or positively for no apparent reason? Did you experience physiological responses, like queasiness, shortness of breath, sneezing or a headache? Have you ever just not wanted to go somewhere, or wanted very strongly to go somewhere?

All of those comprise examples of intuitive information, and can be incorporated into decision-making. Slow down when making your decisions and pay attention to how you feel about it. Not what you think, but rather how you feel. Keep a journal of your feelings. This process will help you get into the routine of noticing your feelings. Having a documented record will provide you with the information you need to draw your own personal correlations. Then you’ll be able to learn your own intuitive language.

For example, if you felt like you didn’t want to go to the mall on Saturday, went anyway and got into a car accident – the next time you felt like you didn’t want to go somewhere you’d likely stay home or go somewhere else. If you have it documented, it will be more valid. Keep a record of your intuitions. The more you do it, the easier it will be to use your intuition in your decision-making. It’s time!

Miracles and Blessings!

T. Renee Richardson, D.D., http://www.psychic-services.com/

Author's Bio: 

Born with 3rd eye open - seeing auras, spirits, energy patterns
DD, Metaphysics
BA, Psychology
Intuitive Reiki Master
Self I-Dentity Through Ho'oponopono

30+ years professional experience providing readings, healings, facilitating workshops, participating in events

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