After my divorce, I felt unsure of myself.
My inner foundation had been rocked, and I wasn’t sure about trusting my feelings.
It seemed that for many years I had followed my heart, followed my intuition, and both had done me a great disservice.
But then I thought back to how many times I had actually ignored the signs that something was wrong.
How many times had my intuition lead me towards uncovering the truth in my marriage?
How many times had I had a gut reaction that things were not as I hoped they would be in my relationship?
The truth was… I had been afraid to look at what was really happening.
I had been afraid to see that things were falling apart.
I had been afraid to admit that it wasn’t going to work.
Today, when I find my intuition stimulated by a certain person, place, or event, I stop and listen.
This is my soul’s way of reminding me that something is not ringing in perfect pitch… something is not spiritually aligned with my needs.
I must pay attention to these intuitive signs for they are guides leading me to the true spiritual path I choose to walk.
“Dear God, help me pay attention to your signs. Help me to be aware of the truth all around me.”