Trust your Gut Instinct

Never discredit your gut instinct. You are not paranoid. Your body can pick up on bad vibrations. If something deep inside of you says something is not right about a person or situation, trust it.

One of the most important lessons I have learned in life is to trust my gut instincts.

The gut instinct for some people as that inner voice that tells them when something is right or wrong

Your gut instinct is not the voice of the Holy Spirit, per se, but your gut instinct can begin to sync with the voice of the Holy Spirit. If you spent time in fellowshipping with God. 

For those who are not Christians who do not believe in the presence of a spirit, your gut instinct is that inner voice that signals to you. When something is right or wrong. 

Over the years, I have learned to listen to my gut instinct and have honed it being a Christian, to be in sync with the voice of the Holy Spirit.

Still, your gut instincts can tell you a lot of things. People tend to discredit that inner voice that speaks to them and tends to trivialize the power of that gut instinct. By deliberately ignoring that nagging or niggling sensation warning you from doing something.

 The good thing is that every one of us has had that niggling sensation, one time or the other. It can be that unsettling feeling when you’re about to do something or go in some direction. It can also be a signal, an obvious signal you get about a particular person, something about them that just doesn’t sit right with you.

 Even when other people see this person as nice, or this person as trustworthy, You just can’t seem to trust them, or take them  as nice.You might not be able to put your hand on what it is, but something is off about them. That is your gut instinct speaking.

A smart person knows that it is advisable. to listen to their guts to listen to their instincts, because sometimes there are things we might not see that our subconscious  can pick up

It can be hard to say something is not right because of your gut instinct, especially if you’re surrounded by people who trivialize your feelings. 

When you feel the wrong vibes from a person, you are not being paranoid.

People who make a habit of not listening to their Instinct usually find themselves in terrible situations that could have been avoided if that has just listened.

  This is why you must take your gut instinct seriously, whenever you get the wrong vibes or vibrations from a person. Whenever a situation gives you the wrong vibes or vibration, do not hesitate to listen. 

I find it easier to tune into myself and listen and try to separate my feelings, to see if there’s any form of anxiety or worry coming from a residual feeling or emotions I  might have had about that situation.

When I’m able to discern  that this feeling has nothing to do with the residual feeling, and then I know to trust my instinct.

Listen to your instinct, do not ignore those warning bells. 

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