Your intuition is that little voice that tells you something is not right or a nagging sensation that you cannot explain. It may even be an uneasy feeling you have when you are with someone. Intuition is defined as the ability to understand something instinctively, without the need for conscious reasoning.
Our minds have conscious and subconscious parts. These parts are necessary; play very different roles and work together to help us function. Usually, your intuition will be formed by both parts of your conscious mind and the subconscious or unconscious mind. Your subconscious can be defined as the part of the mind of which one is not fully aware but which influences one’s actions and feelings. Whereas you’re conscious is defined as the part of your mind that is aware of and responding to your surroundings.
You can pick up on words, actions, events, phrases, and signals that your conscious mind may delegate to the subconscious because you are focusing on something else for example driving, watching a movie or writing.
Those events or moments will be grouped together and you form an option about them unconsciously and that is why you may feel at uneasy or have a nagging feeling that something is amiss. Your mind has actually gathered information, processed it and due to your back ground, beliefs, and life experiences it will reach a conclusion on a matter and try to communicate this to you.
Albert Einstein once stated that “The only real valuable thing is intuition.” Therefore do not be quick to dismiss it instead evaluate why you feel that way, may be if you look closely enough you will start to notice the subtle signs or the early signs of domestic abuse. Something else that may help is keeping a journal or a private blog where you document what happens during the day and especially when you have the nagging feeling, that way you can look over it at a later date and recognize a pattern or the trigger for that sensation.
Do you trust your initiation? Please leave a comment with why you trust your ignition and if you don’t please let me know why you do not