Today's post may be a little "woo" or out there for those of you who aren't familiar with intuition. "Listening to your gut", "your conscious", "your inner voice" are all phrases you may have heard used to describe your intuition.You may have a different name than even those, but one thing rings true: learning to listen (and trust) your intuition is vital on the journey to mental well-being.
Steve Jobs called intuition “more powerful than intellect" and Albert Einstein called intuition the "sacred gift." Some of the most well known discoveries, relationships, and ideas are born from instinct that comes from intuition.
Trusting your intuition is a psychological phenomenon that has been happening for hundreds and thousands of years, but was first discussed and written about by Carl Jung. Trusting your intuition is something we are born doing, but over time as we begin to doubt and questions ourselves. Trusting intuition is what kept our ancestors alive through various dangerous scenarios and predators. Like anything else, intuition can dissipate if it isn't used.Read More