Ever get these ideas in the middle of nowhere that don’t seem to make sense? Do you ignore them? Let your mind rule the roost?
Read this true account and see why you should pay attention to your Intuition.
The other day I was working away at my computer. I had the clear ‘idea’ that I would go for a walk now. Nope – not falling for that procrastination ploy. A walk would come AFTER I finished the task at hand.
A few minutes later the same urge to go for a walk showed up – stronger this time. Again, I ignored it.
The third time it arrived I said “OK, why not?”. Maybe I need the fresh air and exercise to clear my mind – then I can apply myself to the tasks at hand.
I bundled up – it was a very cold day and set off. Because I had work to do I didn’t walk the waterfront or go to the forest. I just wandered through my neighbourhood. Nice walk – uneventful.
Intuition hits again
When it was time to turn up my street the ‘pull’ to continue a little farther and go in the other way presented. Again, I paused – but then complied.
Not too far along I heard a faint sound from across the road. I couldn’t see anything – thinking I was now, on top of procrastinating, starting to hear voices. I continued a little and heard it again. I stopped and again looked across the road. This time I saw the source of the sound.
We had had massive snowfalls recently and the snowbanks were huge and soft. There in the snowbank a little head and one waving hand became visible. I crossed the road to find a tiny elderly lady had fallen into the snowbank and effective had buried herself.
I first checked to see that she could move a little without pain – wanted to ensure no breaks. I helped her get to her feet (thankfully she was tiny), brought her safely across the road from the mailboxes and then went back to retrieve her dropped mail and house key.
She had been there for quite some time and was frozen right through. This is a quiet suburb and it would have been at least 3 ½ more hours until the after-work crowd may have stopped at the mailboxes. That might have been too late for this lovely lady.
I’m so glad I let the seemingly unrealistic urge to go walking win over to my mindset. I shudder to think that if I hadn’t listened to my intuition I might have heard on the news that night that someone had died of exposure and where. How would I have felt knowing that I could have done something and didn’t?
Where is this Intuition?
Where do these intuitive messages come from? Various sources I believe. It matters not. I teach in my Intuition Development courses that if a ‘message’ or as I call them “newsflashes” present pay attention. The more out of place, out of character or silly they seem the more you should listen.
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