How to Listen, Trust and Follow Your Intuition ~ You can receive and execute guidance with an open mind and a courageous heart.
Your intuition will tell you intimate and important things
nobody else will and it will also tell you things your own mind argues with. It can be either a moment where you instinctively know something is right or isn’t. It’s our inner voice that just knows. Listening to your intuition during troubled times can be difficult. With so much noise, information, and clutter within the world, our thoughts can often be clouded with distractions. As a culture, we have also learned to believe that being rational is what should prevail when making decisions. Our inner voice, our gut feeling – that little something instinctual from within tells us what lies beneath those layers of logic. There are countless ways that you can tap into your inner voice, and help it find its way to you. One of those ways is through a process called Believe, Ask, and Act – three simple and powerful tips to hone your intuition, set change in motion and clear road blocks that stand in the way of your own happiness.
Psychic medium MaryAnn DiMarco has communicated with the Other Side since she was 5 years old. She helps her clients break free from their own spiritual, emotional and real-world obstacles. Her Universal Team of Spirit – including angels, spirit guides, departed loved ones, religious deities, and other evolved souls – revealed the Believe, Ask, and Act approach to her. This technique taught her to connect with her highest angels and spirit guides, call upon them and engage their very best guidance. This process has empowered her in ways she could never imagine. Her teachings for developing intuition have enabled her to control her life using these powerful steps and help others do the same.
Believe is about recognizing and demonstrating belief in a higher power, whether you refer to this powerful energy as God, Divine, Source or another name.
Ask teaches you how to pose the right questions to a personal team of angels, spirit guides, departed loved ones, and evolved souls who help you navigate life’s ups and downs. Their job is to love, lead and protect you as you dream, plan and move along your soul’s best path.
Act is a powerful call to get off the meditation cushion and put one earthly foot in front of the other to create momentum and positive change.
You can use this process to alter the course of your life. Change traditionally comes from simply tweaking your beliefs, methods, and priorities. For example, maybe you have a strong belief system but lean so hard on it that you rely more on prayer than you do prayer plus action. Or maybe you place a request with God in a way that asks for miracles rather than strategic direction you can then enact. Many of us repeat these negative patterns because we over think our next steps and ignore what our gut tells us. While “go with your gut” is one of the most common pieces of advice, it’s a very challenging system to consistently implement because of our own fear. It is important to trust your gut because your gut has been cataloging a whole lot of information as long as you’ve been alive, collecting all of your subconscious experiences. Our gut holds insights that aren’t immediately available to our subconscious minds right now, but they’re all things you’ve learned and felt. In the moment, we may not be readily able to access specific information, but our gut has it ready. You may already be using Believe, Ask, and Act a lot more than you realize, but are allowing negative feelings like doubt and fear to redirect some of your intentions, which can convolute the process.
Another wonderful aspect of the Believe, Ask, and Act process is how its steps can help create balance and control in your life, which is integral to happiness. Balance and control help you feel content, centered and confident in all you do. A well-balanced life is essential for personal effectiveness, peace of mind and living well. Remember, there is always someone, or something, to answer to. There are things we want to do and things we must do. If we are unable to reduce stress and manage a well-balanced life, there can be physical or emotional health consequences.
Our intuition’s most important role is to alert us to the path, people and circumstances that we will uniquely find fulfilling. It gets stronger the more you use it. Too often, we hesitate to follow our intuition out of fear. Usually, we are afraid of the changes in our own life that our actions will bring. Intuitive guidance is all about change. Our revelations through our very own intuition have the power to transform our lives. If you are ready to access your intuition, you have to begin noticing your intuition. You must stop ignoring or dismissing this aspect of yourself. Shut off your inner critic that needs to rationalize everything, and just listen without judgment. You must be willing to listen to the truth.
At its center, Believe, Ask, and Act is about creating your life as your soul intends and learning lessons along the way. When you do this, you will discover how to utilize free will, how to become attuned to divine guidance and how to fulfill your greatest desires. For more ways to listen, trust and follow your intuition, read “Believe, Ask, Act: Divine Steps to Raise Your Intuition, Create Change, and Discover Happiness” by MaryAnn DiMarco.