Listen to your inner voice!
When we notice that there is a sense of irritation and disorientation in different areas of our lives, our first instinct is to seek guidance. We believe we can find the answers we need somewhere out there and finding them will help us get back on track.
Listen to the “inner voice”.
Although it can sometimes be very helpful to seek advice and guidance from others, this is not always the best way for us.
Instead of relying on someone who tells us the truth, we should instead look inward and try to find the answers in ourselves. Each one of us has the gift of an “inner adviser” who will never steer us in the wrong direction.
However, this “inner adviser” is not intrusive. He will not speak unless we ask him for help. When we are ready to open our hearts and senses to hear what our “inner voice” has to say, wisdom will flow freely and our lives will turn out for the better.
Now, how can that abundance of wisdom be opened up? Is there an application form somewhere that we need to fill out? No, thank God it’s even easier than that. Following tips will help you to connect with and use your “inner voice” to make the most of your life:
1) Provide a harmonious environment – our inner guidance thrives in a peaceful, peaceful environment. If you have a lot of noise and chaos around you, you will not have access to this wisdom. Try to find a quiet place where you can relax. In addition, you can create a good atmosphere with beautiful things, such as some fresh flowers, scented candles or incense sticks or calming-looking images. Whatever helps, put yourself in a quiet and peaceful mood.
2) Looking inward – if you do not meditate regularly, this may be difficult for now. Maybe you’re wondering what the hell you’re supposed to focus on or what you should see. The answer is simple: nothing. Concentrate on nothing. Just close your eyes and turn your attention inside, to the silence in you. Random thoughts are likely to pop up, but just let them pass, return, and turn your attention to the silence.
3) Listen to your “inner voice” – if you find yourself in a situation that bothers you, this would be a good time to think about it. But do not try to judge it and do not draw any conclusions.
Imagine the problem and accept it for what it is at this moment. Then ask yourself: “What could be the best course of action for me at the moment?”
Play through the possibilities in your head and realize how each of these possibilities feels. In most cases, you’ll feel the difference between feeling something right or wrong.
4) Give the solution time to develop – if you do not get any insights, put the question aside for a while. As you go through this process, you are already in contact with your inner guidance and asking for help. Even if you do not get an answer right away, it will come. And in my experience, this does not take long. That’s why you should try to stay open for the answer until it is ready and it opens up to you. It will usually appear in the form of a brainstorm or insight, such as a so-called “Ah ha!” Experience. Or maybe it will be in the form of a subtle gut feeling where you simply know that a certain behavior feels right.
5) Handle from the heart – if you realize what you have to do, act with confidence. Do not be held back by misgivings or fears. Believe it, look ahead with courage. Your inner guidance knows what’s best for you. Note that there is really no right or wrong way in life, but only experiences that we can learn from. Just looking at your options and considering which way is right for you at the moment can be a smarter decision than any other.
Be always anxious to be your own master. It is not wrong to look for wisdom and knowledge in others, but you are not obliged to follow them thoughtlessly.
You have the opportunity to find your own path and you can decide what works best for you. In your search for knowledge, you will come across information that feels right to you, and others may not seem to make sense to you right now. Use your inner acumen and realize that there are many truths. You just have to find yours.