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Not Everyone Knows What You Know - Trust Your Inner Wisdom

I like to listen to Abraham Hicks' recordings on YouTube daily. The message is always to listen to your inner wisdom. It’s surprisingly harder than I realized.


Firstly, I must tap into my inner wisdom which means allowing quiet moments of contemplation or meditation. In our busy world, how do I find time to listen to myself?


Walking helps when I don’t take my phone along. Turning off the radio when I’m driving helps. So does a nightly guided meditation from the Insight Timer app. And I can’t forget journalling, the opportunity I take at the end of the day to run back through it noticing lessons and learnings and insights.


Often I find myself at odds with someone in my close inner circle. We’ll disagree on someone’s behaviour, or how they’re treating me, and I end up feeling disheartened. Sometimes they’re right and I eventually come around to see their point of view.

But occasionally I ‘know’ something they don’t. And I struggle to communicate that, so I end up going along with them.

But not anymore. This year I’m committing to tapping in to and listening to my inner wisdom, my inner ‘knowing’.


Try this ONE thing

When are your moments when you ‘know’ something others do not? Be strong enough to listen to yourself, rather than be dissuaded by others.



Hey! Are you already successful and accomplished? Do you have many things to appreciate about your life right now? Are you always open to learning more and growing yourself?

Despite all your successes, do you sometimes doubt yourself? Do you hesitate to go after what you really want in life?

Or maybe you dismiss your past successes, putting them down to luck, and don’t really see how extraordinary you really are?

If this sounds like you, you and I should have a conversation. Drop me a line here,, and let’s talk!

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