First impressions are powerful, and they are often guided by a strong sense of intuition. When you meet someone for the first time, notice what you are feeling. Are you getting a good feeling of trust with this person, or are you left with something uncomfortable? Just because someone tells you that they are say, 'perfect for the job,' does not mean they are being truthful. Your intuition is always right, and first impressions go a long way to help you decide who and what is right for you.
Driving is based on intuition. You know when to put your turn signal on, and how far back to hang behind the car in front of you. While driving, your intuitive state is heightened. It is often while driving that we get our best ideas. Following through on some of those ideas will take you to great places in your life. Trust that the ideas that come to you while driving are important.
Here's a test. Get in your car and drive. Just drive. When you come to a crossroads, feel in your heart which way to go. Trust that you are exactly where you need to be. Ask your guides to take you where you most need to go. See where you end up. Inevitably there is something waiting for you that you weren't consciously aware of.
If you find yourself lost and your GPS is on the fritz, ask your intuition to get you where you need to go. If you feel the urge to turn left, then turn left. Your intuition will not let you down. You just need to listen. You can do this exercise when looking for an address, or something in particular such as the perfect rug for your family room. Your intuition (and your car) will get you to the perfect place.
When you find that you cannot get something off your mind, it is your intution telling you to pay attention. Ever have a song stuck in your head? What are the lyrics? Most likely, there is a message there specifically for you. Noticing these signs, and paying attention, will allow you to trust your intuition to the fullest capacity.
Tips & Warnings
your first hunches.
attention to first impressions.
second guess yourself.