Intuition vs Judgment – How To Trust Yourself

I want to talk about discernment.

This is the BIGGEST challenge I see people have in accessing their intuition.

Sometimes your intuition will reveal something to you, about a person’s character, about a situation, about yourself – and you don’t like it. You immediately reject it as being “judgmental” or “negative”. 

I also know there are schools of thought that focus only on “thinking about what you want” instead of what you don’t want, because you will attract more of it.

I’d like to present you with another way.

Notice what you are thinking about someone or something. Notice how you feel. Pay attention, without pushing it away, and ask what your thought or feeling is telling you.

You might think it’s negative. You might think you’re being judgmental – when in reality the only person you are judging is yourself.

Allow yourself to experience the thoughts and feelings that you consider negative.

You are not adding to the negativity of the world by doing this. You are not resisting all the goodness that you want. You are simply acknowledging an intuition.

Pay attention. Your psychic senses are trying to tell you something. If you see something or someone in a way that isn’t flattering, recognize this is an intuition trying to protect you.

It doesn’t mean you need to reject that person or situation, or think they are “bad”, but you can know how to respond to them accordingly in a proactive way.


Barbs2 12th December 2017 5:39 pm

Thank you that makes really good sense


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Kari Samuels

Kari Samuels is an Intuitive Counselor, Numerologist, and Happiness Coach. If there is an area in your life that needs more joy, Kari can shed light on dark places and lift your spirits with remarkable insight.


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