Sarah refers to intuition as “the subliminal sense Spirit endowed us with to maneuver safely through the maze that is real life.” We have all experienced the positive results of listening to our intuition, as well as the negative results that come when we ignore it.
When I decided to move to Florida from upstate New York in 2005, I knew, deep down in my gut, that it was a move I was supposed to be making. Intellectually, it made no sense. I had a great job. I had just bought the house I was in and renovated it barely a year before. I was a single mother. I had no idea how I would find the energy or wherewithal to do everything it would take to sell my home, find a job a three-hour flight away, find a new home, and have all of the pieces of the puzzle work in such a way that I could make it all happen. I couldn’t imagine how it would all come together, I just knew deep down in my spirit that I had to do it. I forged forward in a total leap of faith, and the entire process went off without a hitch. My house sold the day I flew to Florida for job interviews. I had a job offer before returning to New York at the end of that weekend. My new employer was willing to wait three months for me to start so that my son could finish the school year. I somehow found the energy and strength to pack up the house, find a new house, and get everything moved 1300 miles away. During that period, I heard a sermon at church that couldn’t have rung more true: When you listen to where you are being led, and you follow, you will find yourself in the zone. Continue reading “April 28: The Intuitive Sense”