In Touch: How to tune in to the inner guidance of your body and trust yourself

 

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Recognizing and living in accord with our inner knowing does not guarantee an easy life or objectively successful outcomes.

 

It does not ward off accidents (as we saw in Kelly’s case), illness, or death.

 

It does allow us to deal with these events with more inner space, grace, and creativity.

 

Discovering and following the sense of inner knowing does not make us omniscient, rich, powerful, or famous, nor does it make us the master of the universe.

 

If anything, it turns us into a humble servant of something that is unimaginably greater than our separate self.

 

It does not put us in control of our life; it invites us to surrender what apparent control we have and to let go into a greater wisdom and a deeper love that is concerned with the whole of life.
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