Types of Intuition

Today we’re going to talk about something that needs to be spoken about in relation to your intuition, but for some reason isn’t.

And that’s how people can often assume that intuition is all ‘fluffy’ – and ‘love and light’ when it’s not.

Intuition, as we discussed yesterday, is honest. It can seem brutally honest if we’re avoiding the truth.

Intuition leaves nowhere to hide.

The clarity that true intuitive insight brings cuts through overwhelm and confusion like a hot knife through butter.

Having said that, intuition will NEVER tell you anything negative or mean about yourself. It will NEVER tell you to harm yourself or anyone else. But it won’t pander to you either.

Intuition is about taking ultimate responsibility for yourself and your actions.

Yesterday I asked you to ask yourself two questions:

  1. “What do I want?”
  2. “What do I need to do today to be fulfilled?”

How easy was it to hear the answers?

Did you take action on what you needed, or did you think to yourself that you’d do it later?

It’s so important to be able to receive the answers and insight you want. But how can you trust that the answers are your intuition, and not fear or what you think you should want or do?

The two different types of intuition

A few years ago, I interviewed Becky Walsh and I loved what she had to say about intuition.

She said that we have two types of intuition: heart intuition: heart intuition and gut intuition.

Heart intuition is what pulls us forward.

It shows us what’s aligned for us to be doing. Perhaps you feel it when you know it’s time to change jobs, start a new career or leave a relationship.

Gut intuition moves us ‘back’. It moves us away from danger.

You meet someone that just feels ‘off’, or you get a sensation not to walk down a certain road. That’s your gut intuition keeping you safe.

Can you identify when you’ve experienced these two different types of messages from your body?

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