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How to distinguish intuition from thoughts

Today I will tell you how to distinguish intuition from ordinary or persistent thoughts.

It is said that intuition is our best adviser and it is good to listen to it. But how can we be sure that what we hear is the voice of intuition and not our persistent thoughts. How to recognize, whether it is intuition or maybe thoughts resulting from our beliefs? I also had such doubts, so I decided to explore the subject and share with you what I was able to define. I found 14 differences that will allow you to recognize the voice of intuition in an unambiguous way. And if you listen to it and have the courage to follow it, it’s a completely different matter and depends on your decision.

Well, to the point. We start the comparison.

Intuition comes from your highest self and thoughts from the lowest one.

The voice of intuition is always calm, and the thoughts are feverish and fear-provoking. Intuition, even if tells you something unpleasant, does not raise anxiety or fear, as opposed to thoughts that in extreme cases may even trigger a panic attack. Intuition is devoid of emotion. Then you can give it an emotional charge, thinking about what it told you, but it’s not emotional in itself.

Intuition helps in the present and gives you the tips you need. Thoughts are rather accidental and unrelated to what is happening at the moment.

The voice of intuition is always quiet, thoughts scream and billow in the head.

Intuition usually suggests once, sometimes twice, and then disappears. Thoughts billow and grow.

The intuition sounds loving and supportive, and the thoughts are depressing and discouraging.

When intuition speaks, you just know that it is good, you have no doubt. You may not have the courage to listen to it, but you know it is good. Persistent thoughts, on the other hand, create a spiral of fears and doubts, and you can not stop them.

Intuition opens the mind and new possibilities, and persistent thoughts close the heart and mind, making you feel helpless and blocked.

Intuition solves problems and thoughts create them.

Intuition directs you to enter a higher level, builds up. Persistent destructive thoughts. Especially if you have been accustomed to looking for problems and defects in everything, your thoughts will give you thousands of obstacles, fears and problems.

Intuition prompts you to help others, and persistent thoughts create a barrier of ‘me’ and ‘rest of the world’.

Intuition helps you show your way and understand what you feel and think about what you want, while thoughts take on beliefs and influences from others. For example, if you are staying with someone who speaks with an accent, soon you will start talking with such an accent, too.

Intuition suddenly appears out of nowhere as something like “Aha!” And thoughts are triggered by external stimuli and create a sequence, one thought evokes another.

It’s best to listen to your intuition in silence, and thoughts can roar even in noise.

These are all differences between intuition and persistent thoughts. I think that now you will not have any problems recognizing the voice of your best adviser – intuition. The easiest way to remember is that intuition is a one-time whisper that wants the best for you, develops you, shows you new solutions and does not cause anxiety or fear.

That’s all for today, write in a comment, do you listen to your intuition, or you can distinguish it from persistent thoughts. If you find this video valuable, share with someone important to you, subscribe and press the bell to know when I will add another video. Take care, hi.

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