Your body is constantly communicating to you

through sensations and feelings.

If you’ve ever started feeling sick to your stomach when you knew something was wrong but couldn’t put your finger on what it was, then you understand that intuitions can cause a physical sensation in the body.  Identifying these sensations and becoming familiar with them can quickly strengthen your intuition.

Our gut feelings are called gut feelings for a reason and research suggests that emotion and intuition are very much rooted in what scientists have labeled the ‘second brain’, located in the neurons in our gut.

When something is ‘right’ for you your body may respond by softening, relaxing and feeling lighter. If something isn’t right you may notice your body contract, tighten or feel heavy.  Or you may get that prickly sensation at the back of your neck.

The key is to recognise the feeling your body is sending to you for ‘Yes’.  The specific feeling your intuition is sending you will be consistent, the same every time.  Once you learn to recognise that distinct sensation you can use it to get answers you can trust.

Ask yourself with each decision you make “How does this feel?” and then tune into your body to receive your answer before making your final choice.