“One important step in learning to hear and follow your intuition is simply to practice “checking in” regularly. At least twice a day, and much more often if possible, (once an hour is great), take a moment or two (or longer, if you can) to relax and listen to your gut feelings.
Cultivate this habit of talking to your inner self. Ask for help and guidance when you need it and practice listening for answers which may come in many forms: words, images, feelings, or even through being led to some external source such as a book, a friend, a teacher, who will tell you just what you need to know. Your body is a tremendous helper in learning to follow your inner voice. Whenever it is pain or discomfort, it is usually an indication that you have ignored your feelings. Use it as a signal to tune in and ask what you need to be aware of. “
Shakti Gawain, in “Living in the Light”
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