Have you ever experienced an uncanny sense that events will unfold in a particular manner? Perhaps you’ve had dreams that surprisingly foretell the future, or you’ve got a bad gut feeling about someone that later proves accurate. If you find yourself affirming these scenarios, it’s possible that you’re aligned to your wise inner self, your Higher self. Continue reading to explore the signs that reveal the extent of your intuitive nature.
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Understanding and listening to your intuition can be a powerful tool for avoiding relationships that could potentially result in disappointment and pain. Embracing your intuition can also help you foster old and new meaningful connections. In light of this, we offer 7 practical tips on how to effectively tune into your intuition.
Even if you can’t explain how you know, the marvels of intuition have shown that conscious and deliberate debates when making important decisions are not always required. Oprah Winfrey, Steve Jobs, and Albert Einstein are a few of the most notorious revolutionaries who attribute their overall life success to their intuitive abilities. As such, we have garnerned 70 of the best quotes about intuition from well-known figures in psychology, philosophy, business, and other fields:
The meaning “serendipity” first came up in 1754 when English writer Horace Walper used it as a reference to a Persian fairy tale called “The Three Princes of Serendip.” In this fairytale, the princes’ clever ways helped them uncover hidden clues that led them to the most bizarre discoveries —sort of like ancient-times-Sherlock Holmes.
A spiritual (yet, scientifically explained) guide for mending a broken heart.
At some point in your life, you’ll have your heart broken. And not just once, but several times. You may go through the loss of a significant relationship, the death of someone you love, or perhaps, you’ll fail in your career. Whichever the reason, do you know how to mend a broken heart? And perhaps, not only mend it. More important yet, do you know how to gain wisdom and growth out of wretchedness?
I am an avid devourer of any psychological read. From self-help books to research-based articles, to psychological thrillers. From time to time, I also encounter young adult books with strong and fulfilling messages, like Steven Chbosky’s book, The Perks of Being a Wallflower. I strongly resonate with his most celebrated quote, “We accept the love we think we deserve,” for one simple reason. The love we think we deserve is the love we are accustomed to.