4. Think Positive – Don’t Fill Your Mind With Fear And Doubt
Some women end up worrying almost obsessively that something is wrong or going badly with a guy they’re interested in or dating once they see some negative sign or pattern.
And once this happens, they want to know what’s going on so intently that they start letting their negative and obsessive thoughts take over.
If you want to be able to use your intuition, you need to start interrupting that voice in your head that’s the “fear-monger”.
You know the one – that voice that’s always worrying just to try and keep you safe and protected.
The thing is, you can’t find the truth in a situation if you if your mind is buried in your fears and doubts.
Just like how overly arrogant people can be misled by their false sense of belief in themselves.
Keep a balanced and objective mindset.
5. Start With Smaller, Less Important Questions For Your Intuition To Answer
If your new to using your intuition or you’re concerned with if or how to act on it, start with smaller things that might be less important – like whether or not you should go away for the weekend or if your friend will like the gift you’ve been thinking about for them.
That way, you can be practicing and learn to use your intuition without doing it in high-risk or high-pressure situations. This will help you develop your abilities and become more comfortable to trust what you find with your intuition.
6. Act On Your Intuition With The “Long-Term” In Mind
Years ago I had a huge learning experience when it came to using and listening to my intuition in the right way.
The situation came up when I was worried that a few people I worked with, who were my managers at the time, we’re talking about me and scrutinizing my work more closely than they had before.
Feeling and sensing the scrutiny, I immediately felt worried about my job and wondered if they were thinking about letting me go.
The company had laid off several employees a few months before, so I began to think that their extra attention to my work must have something to do with another round of cost-cutting.
Anyways, aside from my own professional insecurities at the time, my gut told me that something bad was coming.
So what should I do?
I was really worried.
I decided to push myself even harder at work to try and show them how valuable I was in hopes that I would keep my job. But that uncomfortable and nervous feeling in my stomach that came with my intuition about their scrutiny of my work stayed with me for the next several weeks.
Well, it turns out that my managers were watching me and judging my performance. But it wasn’t for the reasons I feared.
A few weeks later I was called into a meeting with the managers who had been watching me closely.
Walking down the hall to the meeting, I had a lump in my throat and a turning stomach.
My intuition was leading me to the conclusion that this was it – I was getting fired for the first time in my life.
I couldn’t believe it.
So I walked into the meeting feelings anxious, defensive and tense.
As I sat down, one of my managers could immediately sense my discomfort and asked me what was wrong.
Without provocation, I immediately started defending my job and showing my insecurities.
My emotions got the best of me and I even said a few negative things about the managers themselves, as I wanted to place what I saw as equal blame on the managers for the companies problems.
They quickly stopped me once I started into these issues.
Then they let me know that they had been watching my performance because they wanted to put me in charge of a new division. They wanted to be confident in their decision so they paid extra attention to my work to be sure – and now they were.
I breathed a huge sigh of relief and my mood completely changed.
End of story.
Thinking back, my intuition had alerted me so that I’d be aware of what was going on.
But the mistake I made was taking that information and using it to justify my own fears and insecurities.
If I would have taken the information, been patient with it and applied it towards my goals in a positive context, then the entire experience knowing that the managers were watching my work would have been fun and enjoyable.
But I didn’t use my intuition to see my way to something better, I simply used it as a means to worry and stress myself out.
So all this talk about intuition.
How does it really apply to the men in your life, dating and relationships?
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