There's a lot of talk nowadays on the ability to receive guidance from our intuition, our inner voice and some even call it our inner psychic. So how is one to discern what these all mean and which one would be best for their business?

My personal conviction is that you were born and equipped with all that you need, from birth, to become all that you were designed to be. Your job is to live a life of love, forgiveness and good will so that achieving a life of good fortune comes naturally!

Your Intuition as a woman is not something to take lightly. Medical doctors oftentimes call on mothers and their "Sixth Sense" when it comes to decision-making in critical matters with children.

Solomon gave wisdom to two mothers in the Bible when they both claimed to be the true birth mother of a child. He knew the one who was truly the birth mother would be willing to relinquish her child for his life to be spared- so the decision to 'cut the child in half and you can both share him that way' was a call to the Intuition that would give the answer they all knew existed!

Is your Inner Voice or Intuition something you can sharpen and exercise? There are courses on how to sharpen your Inner Psychic on the market. While I would not tend to be one to steer in that direction I do know that the clients I've worked with who sharpen their Intuition just like they exercise their body achieve bigger breakthroughs in life and business, have more confidence and inner peace than those who are just attempting to 'guess' their way through life.

So how do you sharpen and mature your Intuition?

Keeping a journal is a great start. Jot down all initial thoughts when making a decision. Follow your "gut" and what it's telling you. Note how things pan out. Just like walking and running, the muscle of your Inner Voice will grow strong, clear and much more effective the more you use it.

Practice solitude and learning to rest, relax and breathe deep. For some women just taking a hot bath and training their mind to not think at all about anything for one hour each week will sharpen their Intuition. For others journaling and writing out the pros and cons in the process of growth and decision-making will be key.

The bottom line however is to take action.  I'm not one to chant and meditate and bring myself into a state of awareness that I'm no longer in control of. But I am one who will listen to the voice of 'heaven' that comes through my Intuition and my own personal Inner Voice. It has served me very well and has given me great courage in very many challenging situations!

Listen to your Intuition, it's trying to talk to you!

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From regional manager to international executive with quadruple the pay, Karen Keller’s unique blueprint carefully outlined the step-by-step process for creating high-impact influence and let me know when I was being influenced in a way that didn’t serve me.
Lloyd Moore
Global Director Supplier Quality & Development - Lear Corporation – South Carolina