“Intuition is letting go of the need for certainty.” — Brené Brown
Chances are, you probably already know what intuition is. I love the definition Brene Brown offers in her book "The Gifts of Imperfection" because it reminds us that there is no 100% when it comes to intuition.
She goes on further to say that “the need to be certain is what silences the intuitive voice. Sitting in uncertainty makes us feel anxious, vulnerable and fearful. We start looking for validation outside of us rather than trusting what comes through.”
We can never truly know the answer of why we get what we get. The mind’s job is to always doubt information that it doesn’t understand.
Inner Wisdom comes from beyond the mind, so the mind doesn’t really understand it or accept it. Expect self–doubt. When it arises, thank the mind for sharing its concerns, and keep going.
Don’t beat yourself up over it or “should” yourself into some kind of artificial certainty! “Accuracy” in channeling and all intuitive work, for that matter, is a very subjective thing. As someone who lives by her intuition fully, I do not know the outcomes of things, but I trust that my intuitive nudges came for a reason, and I go with it and see what happens.
How would you define intuition? Does it come naturally to you?