Trust Your Instincts

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As we grow old, we gain the ability to judge between right and wrong. At times we do get caught in between these two words and are unable to get into a fair calculation. That’s when we get this feeling within ourselves which can solve all the equations. But most of the time it remains unattended within us as we keep ignoring it.

Since the majority deems something to be right, we blindly believe them and consider it as right. Never bother about the hump or feeling that comes from inside of us. Day to day life does offer a lot of such situations to us which require our instincts to communicate. There are chances that the most terrible mistake we ever committed could have been completely avoided only if we had given enough attention to our instincts.

We often create a veil between our inner instincts and obvious realities which never allows our inner voice to reach our mind. The only escape is to Puncture through this veil and reach out to our inner feelings or voices. This inner intuition was always there inside of us but we never allowed our trust to surpass the boundary of doubts.

“Intuition is always right in at least two important ways;
It is always in response to something.
it always has your best interest at heart”― Gavin de Becker, The Gift of Fear: Survival Signals That Protect Us from Violence

Our instinct plays a very major role in our life as it helps us in understanding the right purpose in everything we do or every path we choose. It prevents us from the wrong direction when we find ourselves stuck at a point where nothing seems right. It only requires our trust to help us become who we really are and get what we really should get.

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