Your body is a source of innate and perfect wisdom. If you tap in to the signals it is sending you in each and every moment, you will always know the right thing for you to do and you’ll always be on the right path for you.
C’mon… Can Your Body Really Talk to You?
Absolutely, yes. You have certainly had the experience of a gnawing and uncomfortable feeling in the pit of your stomach or a pang of fear that grips you in the chest, or maybe for you, there is a weakness in your legs or a tingling on the top of your head. These feelings may come on suddenly or they may come slowly and with increasing intensity. They are signs for you to pay attention in the moment – that something important is happening and you may need to take some sort of action or change your direction. Often it is the negative signals and feelings that are more pronounced, but there are lots of positive signals that your body presents when you are attuned to it.
A warmth like that of a glowing fire or a cuddly blanket may engulf you; you may get an expansive feeling in your heart space like someone has just hugged you or you may get a sudden burst of happy energy like you just achieved something great in your life. These types of feelings can often be overlooked because they require no action on your part, however these are the feelings I invite you to look for more often and pay close attention to them. It is these feelings that will help you to see the good in the moment you are living.
Follow Your Body Wisdom
It doesn’t matter whether your body wisdom is alerting you to danger or letting you know it might be a good idea to change the focus of your thoughts, or whether it is telling you to drink ion the beauty of what is in front of you; when you choose to pay attention and take action that feels good (or even not so bad) in that particular moment, you will start living more fully into your life.
And when you live in the fullness of the moment, you will recognize everyday miracles, become healthier and more vibrant, and you will find more happiness and joy in the little things. And we all know it is the little things that make life worth living – and it is the little things all strung together that make up our lives.
Allow the Guidance, Baby!
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About the Author: Sue Urda is an Author, Speaker, Inspirer and Co-Founder of Powerful You! Women’s Network, She was named twice on Inc. Magazines list of the 500 Fastest-Growing Private Companies and is the author of two books, Powerful Intentions Everyday Gratitude and Empowering Transformations for Women. Sue’s vision is to contribute to a global consciousness of women helping women succeed in business and in life and to open them to truth of who they are. www.sueurda.com