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Unlocking Our Intuition

I had a plan for today, I was going to wake up early, grab breakfast and go to the musical instrument museum before heading to Sedona. However, I slept in and found myself eager to 1. Eat a burger from In and Out and 2. Head to Sedona and see what all the hype is about. So I scraped my original plan and followed my heart- and my stomach. I can be a fairly indecisive person, which coupled with perfectionism is a recipe for extreme decision paralysis.

As a person-centered therapist, I believe firmly in the fact that often we have the answers within, we just are struggling with unlocking them. A therapist can be a helpful guide offering some new perspectives or sharing how they accessed their own answers- how they shined light on their own intuition.

Its sort of like when we forget our password for our email account and we get prompted to answer silly questions like the name of our first pet, the street name of the house you grew up in, the city your parents met, etc. A therapist is there to ask the right questions, provides a few hints- but only you know the answers. And there is nothing wrong with needing some clues/hints in order to unlock our own internal truths. We are wired for connection- if we could do it all on our own, we wouldn't have been evolutionary created to be social, communal creatures.

The strongest people I know are the ones that trust their intuition but aren't afraid to ask for help when their intuition isn't clear.

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