Copyrighted by Lorna Tedder. Originally published in Third Degree of Freedom .
I’ve come to trust my intuition more than ever in the past year. And at the same time, there are still the times when I’m unsure. And I like to be sure. I do.
It’s hard for me to commit to certain things now, but when I do, I’m in for the long haul. I wait for my intuition to kick in and then for verification. That’s the tough part.
How do you verify your intuition? If there’s a pattern to follow, then it tastes like it might be right. Probability of success is there.
Your intuition doesn’t come from inside you, I’ve been told. It’s God talking to you.
Okay, great. So if I don’t trust my intuition, I don’t trust God? Now I can feel guilty, too?
I can verify my intuition through discussion with others, whether it’s talking things through or gathering facts. But sometimes, there’s just nothing in advance to say it’s a good decision.
That’s when the last form of confirmation is the hardest on those of us who were born impatient and “out of time.”
Sometimes confirmation of your intuition comes through delivery.