What To Do With My Life – Listening To My Inner Knowing

Recently it dawned on me how most of my life has been governed by an outer influence – always there was something or somebody who told me what to do or how to be. The interesting part in all of this is that I thought I chose what I do. In truth, there is so much information out there that tells us how to live, how to eat, what to do to live a happy life, what to do to become richer and how to behave to gain power, etc. Relying on all this information to help me through life, never once did it occur to me that I had all the information I ever needed, if only I had listened to my inner knowing.

By searching for the answers outside of this inner knowing, I opened myself up to being influenced by others’ decisions and gave my power away to what others thought was best for me. Yet all along I had a feeling of my truth but chose to override it constantly. I chose to override what felt true for me.

I did not once stop and ask my body what would be a loving and supportive choice for it.

Although there was a deep knowing in me of what is true, I was not able to follow it. It seemed to be so opposite to what was taught in school, lived in religious groups or in society in general, that I felt scared to acknowledge this deep inner knowing and wisdom.

In school, sometimes even in kindergarten, teachers are telling us what to do in order to get good marks, no matter how our body feels about this. The church tells us what to do to be a better person and have God’s blessing, instead of feeling deep in our bodies what is true. The boss tells us what to do in our workplace and often we cope in order not to get in trouble. The bank tells us how to be with our money and what we have earned, and finally there are loads of books or the Internet where we can look up what to do in certain situations.

I realised that I was reacting to the demands of what society and life brought towards me and I tried to find the right solution to deal with that in reading lots of books to gain as much knowledge as possible for any situation.

The choice to look outside created an enormous tension in me between my inner knowing and my habit of giving my power away to the outside world.

Constantly disregarding myself caused frustration, disharmony and anxiousness in my body, but I was not willing to listen to the knowing inside of me and take responsibility for myself.

My life changed when I came to know Serge Benhayon 4 years ago. For the first time in my life someone understood what I was feeling and knowing and I was able to develop an understanding for myself. Still, the habit to give my power away instead of truly listening to myself was so ingrained that it felt hard to change in the beginning.

However, since I have been attending Universal Medicine courses, I have developed more and more love and patience concerning the way I am living. This has improved my life by changing my habits into ‘better habits,’ – however, to allow myself to listen to the truth inside of me took time.

In gaining more understanding of what Serge Benhayon presents:

  • I am learning to not obey blindly
  • I am starting to question what is going on, around and inside me
  • I am acknowledging that what is inside of me, my inner wisdom, is so enormously precious and deserves deep attention
  • I am expressing my truth and what I am feeling

I understand that my inner knowing and wisdom is a deeply loving place which needs to be listened to. In expressing what I am feeling there comes joy and vitality in my body. It is a way of living which sometimes seems to be difficult or hard because I am so used to my old patterns of searching outside for answers, but…

In truth our inner knowing is always inside us: it is simple and leads us to a life of simplicity and unity.

In deeply acknowledging this love that I am, making that simple choice to reconnect to my heart, to my inner knowing, to the essence inside and to express myself from this place, takes the confusion out of knowing what to do in every moment and brings forth the power of love that I am.

I am now living an amazing life and feel blessed by Universal Medicine and Serge Benhayon being part of my life.

By Kerstin Salzer, Physiotherapist, Germany

Further reading:
The Way It Is – A Treatise on Energetic Truth

1,118 thoughts on “What To Do With My Life – Listening To My Inner Knowing

  1. Often we use the outer doing to override the inner knowing, rather than use the inner knowing to inform the outer doing.

  2. When we express what we feel is true from our body we feel the joy in expressing that confirms who we are and brings a natural vitality and balance to the body the more we commit to honouring what we feel.

  3. When reading this blog I got a sense of how in past lives I gave my power away to the church; it was these words that gave me this sense.
    “The church tells us what to do to be a better person and have God’s blessing, instead of feeling deep in our bodies what is true.”
    I gave my power away to ideals and beliefs that I was living nearer to God but there is no truth in this lie I chose because we all live in the body of God (the universe is the body of God) we all breathe into our lungs the air that surrounds us (the space that is God) so therefore it is impossible to hold him outside of us when he is within every particle of our body. Coming back to this truth exposes the lie I fell for.

  4. ‘In truth our inner knowing is always inside us: it is simple and leads us to a life of simplicity and unity.’

    When I hand over to my mind I get lost in a rabbit hole of complication with who knows what making the decisions as to which way I turn. It’s an alarming experience calling in anxiety and panic at not being in control and then trying to control life.

    What’s loving is to listen to my body, go beneath any anxiety that I have placed over my inner knowing so as to not feel or express it. Even the fact of following my inner knowing and not that which is outside of me is going against the current grain of how life is lived by many and I have old fears of standing out and being picked on. But isn’t this all the more to live this way so to offer a reflection connected with truth and harmony?

  5. This is so empowering to read Kerstin. Love your sharing, is very honest and real. With your experience you make accesible what is possible for all, listening and trusting what feels true for us, intstead of following the rules, demands or expectations from outside. Thank you

  6. As children we naturally listen to our inner knowing this is why it is a joy to be with children because they are yet to be influenced by life. It starts to change for many children when they go to school and asked to conform to a way of learning by using their mind rather than what they know within themselves to be true and this is where we begin to get confused between what we can feel and know and what we are told.

  7. Any form of complication in life is not coming from the wisdom that lives within us all equally but is created to mislead us because like you say Kerstin ‘In truth our inner knowing is always inside us: it is simple and leads us to a life of simplicity and unity.’ We need nothing more.

  8. If we live from what we know, rather than what we have considered life is so much faster, you know instantly in less than a second, whereas consideration can take so much time, even days or weeks sometimes.

  9. How come the incredible amount of information that is out there regarding life, does not translate into great lives? What is this telling us regarding the quality of the information that circulates endlessly?

  10. It’s interesting that this coming home to ourselves and beginning to trust our own inner knowing like never before is one of the great joys that is encouraged by Universal Medicine and Serge Behayon. This is far from the cultish behaviour that they are accused of.

  11. I want to know why it is that it has taken me so long to discover the essence that makes up every one of us. Why is it we not taught how to stay connected to this essence we are naturally born with? Why is it we are instead taught from an early age to look outside of us? Just using myself as an example so much damage has been done and if multiplied by everyone living then no wonder the world is in the mess it is in today. So surely learning to live from our essence is the most important aspect of life.

  12. There is so much information out there advising us how to live a happy life and back in the day; I would have been one of those people who bounced around from idea to idea, only to find that there are no quick fixes. Now I would ask who the person is who has written the article or book, and are they living a consistent joyful life, never mind happy. Something that I have learnt from Universal Medicine presentations is that we all have the answers inside of us already and that we do not need to give our power away to others.

  13. Just your first line is a show-stopper, if almost every move we’ve made in life has been influenced by outward influences, then is it possible we would be in a very different position in life had we listened first inwardly?

  14. Actually if we stop and just think about it Kirsten you are correct we think we chose what we want to do that we are the masters of our own destiny. If this is the case then why is it so many of us go off the course we set for ourselves? I know this happens because when I volunteer at my local hospital I get to meet the elderly and they do not at all like the path of life they have trodden especially the men, they get to the end of their life and look back in bitterness and resentment to a life wasted.

  15. Beautiful blog Kerstin. It’s mind boggling that the information we turn to outside of ourselves is designed to take us away from the truth we already know. This means that most of humanity is choosing to keep themselves in the dark. Not wonder so many feel lost and without purpose.

  16. So true – it is our own disregarding of ourselves that causes frustration. I have been used to thinking others were to blame and I am only reacting, but for me to be reacting, something else had to happen.

  17. It is not selfish to live from our truth, it is actually deeply honouring of ourselves and also of others. Something one may have difficulty in understanding until it is lived.

  18. Another beautiful testament to the loving work of Universal Medicine and Serge Benhayon. These blogs are a true ‘body of evidence’ in my opinion, written from the hearts of those who have listened, and walked the path to actually discover the truth of the matter for themselves.

  19. ‘I understand that my inner knowing and wisdom is a deeply loving place which needs to be listened to. In expressing what I am feeling there comes joy and vitality in my body.’ This is for all of us to read and know, that everything we need is already inside us and yet we expend so much energy chasing outer rewards and sources of information

  20. ” The choice to look outside created an enormous tension in me between my inner knowing and my habit of giving my power away to the outside world. ”
    I would say this is the same for everybody, the struggle of fighting what is known in full and trying to bring in and implement what are only short term solutions and not truth.

  21. ‘The choice to look outside created an enormous tension in me between my inner knowing and my habit of giving my power away to the outside world.’ So true Kerstin, when we reconnect to our essence we can feel the great wisdom and inner knowing that is always available to us 24/7.

  22. I love what you are presenting to us about our inner knowing always coming with a simplicity and a unity which is its mark. Note to self. So when I bring in any form of complication I am resisting the truth that my inner knowing is offering me.

  23. With our knowing that living from our inner knowing rather than fitting into the expectations of others is true, then it is beholden of us to express this wherever possible, in particular to support children to maintain their connection and not succumb to the pressures to conform.

  24. The beauty in living with and In acceptance and appreciation of our inner knowing is that it never gets boring, life constantly deepens and our awareness constantly expands.

  25. You have absolutely nailed it Kerstin. The world has it upside-down (we’ve gone down the rabbit hole). The truth is that life needs to be lived from the inside out not the outside in, the latter being extremely disempowering and ultimately very destructive to our health and wellbeing, and to our brotherhood as a world.

  26. How healthy it is for our bodies to listen to it again.
    To live our rhythms and feel in Every moment that there is this choice we have. Is it loving? Can we do it in a loving way without hurting ourselves in any form?

  27. I can relate to what you have shared Kerstin, I listened to everything else outside of me except my own inner wisdom , from a young age I was told it was not to be trusted, it has been quite a journey opening up to and accepting that within me is all the love and wisdom I ever need or want , the truth of who I am is there when I connect to my inner heart.

  28. I am learning that there is a decision that has to be made, moment by moment, our inner essence is all ways there but staying steady and consistently choosing to live from it is a constant choice.

  29. I’ve been feeling really frustrated at myself recently for not listening to my inner knowing. But in doing so I choose to express in an energy, a quality that is all about ignoring that inner knowing. I have identified with this ignorance and this in itself feels liberating to expose. The ignoring of my inner knowing doesn’t come from within me.

  30. “my inner wisdom, is so enormously precious and deserves deep attention” reconnecting to our inner wisdom is to reconnect to who we truly are.

  31. Your opening sentence Kirsten, ‘Recently it dawned on me how most of my life has been governed by an outer influence – always there was something or somebody who told me what to do or how to be’ is one of the the most stunning discourse made by anyone in their life. Once this is realised our whole life and that of others can be turned around – from the inside out instead of the outside in. Wonderful!

  32. “The choice to look outside created an enormous tension in me between my inner knowing and my habit of giving my power away to the outside world.” I would put money on it that you are/were not alone in this and that much of humanity is giving their power away to the outside world. And this does create tension which drains us and I think it is part of the reason that humanity consumes so much sugar and caffeine.

  33. Our movements in life are a consequence of our choices. So, it is true that we choose what to do, but it is also true that we do so after having said yes to other things first (and did not say yes to other ones). So, awareness of what did we say yes to is crucial to better understand what are we saying yes now. And, the possibility of choosing different is there (of saying yes to different things. The rule also applies here, what we say yes to will influence what are our next steps.

  34. Breaking the illusion that we think we make our own choices when in fact we are conditioned to choose within defined parameters and instead connect to and live from one’s inner-knowing is indeed a challenge. Without a doubt Serge Benhayon, Universal Medicine and The Way of The Livingness are inspirational practical supports and guides to do so.

  35. Learning to take responsibility for how we live and all the choices we make, is a great starting point towards accessing the bottomless well of wisdom which is innate within us all.

  36. We are conditioned from a young age to not live in connection to our truth, to what we feel from within, as such the way of living we become accustomed to is one that overrides truth. Yet our inner knowing can never really leave us, as it is the aspect of our Soul that calls to confirm who or remind us of who we are in essence and what we are truly here for. For in-truth we are already blessed by God before we do a thing, and when we live in connection to our Soul, who we are in essence, we then are a blessing to the world with our every move we make.

  37. We are often much more affected by outer influences growing up than we realise. Even people who think that are not doing what they are told often do the opposite so are still reacting just in the other direction but same result.

    1. Yes, it is such an illusion that we think we are choosing for ourselves when we do the opposite to what we are told or what our parents did.

      1. It is like those that rebel and want to be different and join the club of those that rebel and want to be different – but they are just the same different!

  38. We learn that the answers lay outside ourselves but with that we also learn to not take the responsibility we have as we can always blame someone or something for what happens. It is wise to get counsel from someone who knows but without knowing ourselves we are lost, while when we are in tune with ourselves and know what is going on with us the counsel we get is a helpful support to come to a decision ourself.

  39. What I love about these four statements is that they are reflecting the very antithesis of what a cult is , and are obviously the foundation for building a truly independent reconnection with ones true self
    I am learning to not obey blindly,I am starting to question what is going on, around and inside me, I am acknowledging that what is inside of me, my inner wisdom, is so enormously precious and deserves deep attention, I am expressing my truth and what I am feeling

  40. Reading books, going to practitioners, searching the internet etc. is all fine though everything is to be discerned…for otherwise giving our power away to another ‘because they said so’ is fraught with danger and the inevitable reactions (e.g. blame) that follow.

  41. There is so much out there and without the anchor of being connected to our inner knowing we are literally like a ship at sea, being swept from one place to the next; it’s exhausting and it takes time and dedication to drop ‘anchor’ into ourselves to connect to and understand what we know within and live it in our lives, but it’s worth it and takes us back to who we truly are.

  42. It’s absolutely exhausting to let ourselves be defined by all the multitude of conflicting demands being placed upon us. But it is a choice and not a given that we do this, so it is therefore possible to make a choice to not do it and experience life from the inside outside rather than the outside in.

  43. Almost everything in the world is designed to keep us looking outside of ourselves – searching for a way to be. Whereas our inner knowing connects us to the vastness of the universe intelligence and naturally impulses our way.

  44. As you say, we deep down know, but we have become so accustomed to giving ourselves away to any outside stimulation and demands, thinking that is the way it is, that we have forgotten and do not know anymore of the power that lays within.

  45. It’s pretty interesting the extent to which we give ourselves away, and think we are the ones running our lives when we are not! Even if we reject the opinions of others, we can be a slave to our own fiercely independent set of beliefs… ‘fierce independence’ not being the answer either.

    1. Yes, I have found this to be true for me when I connect to my inner knowing, everything becomes so much simpler, clearer and my day flows easily.

  46. ‘In truth our inner knowing is always inside us: it is simple and leads us to a life of simplicity and unity.’ – the simple truth, that I already have all that I need and can connect to that awareness by living the truth who I truly am.

  47. Our inner knowing is simple and in harmony with everything – sometimes the simplicity of it can be what we avoid I think because we’re so used to creating complication in our lives…

  48. “Although there was a deep knowing in me of what is true, I was not able to follow it.”
    I can relate to this statement in full. The first book that I read written by Serge Benhayon was amazing for me. Here I found someone who was saying what I had always known, but had not been able to live.

  49. Thank you Kerstin, it’s a beautiful process coming back to our own knowing, even if at times it’s difficult. “I am acknowledging that what is inside of me, my inner wisdom, is so enormously precious and deserves deep attention.” I have lived feeling unsure of things, yet the reason I was unsure was because I was connected to my knowing but I was not placing trust in myself. Learning to feel and confirm my inner knowing is very supportive.

  50. Thank you Kerstin, most of us have lived our lives in disconnection to that which is our natural way of being but it is through our bodies that once again we can reconnect to that all-knowing nature within us by focusing on the quality of our movements and confirming that which lives within.

  51. I agree, connecting to our inner knowing simply presents understanding. The power in understanding is all encompassing. And brings each of us the absolute opportunity to let go of our Judgements.

  52. We are all obedient but the question is to what – love and truth or all that is not that and pretends to be.

  53. Even our inner knowing is not something we own but a universal truth we are a part of and connected to if we so choose.

    1. I love what you shared here Nicola, it is so true. The universal truth is for everyone, so this is why it is no longer a universal truth if we try to own it.

  54. I think many of us can put our hands up to having searched for answers on the outside, and so giving our power away, instead of tapping into our innate inner wisdom, ‘ I had all the information I ever needed, if only I had listened to my inner knowing.’

  55. The world is so ready to tell us how to be. Through entertainment, distraction and escape we are shown ideal pictures of success and life. But none of these communicate a way of being that is anywhere near the beauty, grace and pure majesty of our being, who we are and how to live that on earth. Thank God for Universal Medicine.

  56. we are always moving with an energy and it is from this energy that then determines how we move and what behaviours govern us. When we are connected to our bodies every movement and we move from there it is the essence of who we are that speaks loud and clear and the quality we then align to becomes crystal clear too. The heart of our connection starts with our connection to our hearts first, any movement made thereafter is then magic.

  57. Kirsten I really enjoyed this blog. I can relate to many of the things you’ve written about, especially to do with trusting myself and often not questioning the decisions of others when it affected me.

  58. It feels easier to give our power away and do what we’re told. Well, it looks easier…but there are huge consequences with living that way simply because it goes against our natural order…and when we go up against our natural order the cracks start to appear and those cracks might look like depression or anxiety or disease or a complete dissatisfaction with life, addictions of any sort to keep us distracted from our choices etc. It’s difficult to choose to go against a system that has been so strongly built on fear….but once we make that choice, it turns out that living from our own knowing is WAY easier and more enjoyable than just being part of a machine.

  59. A beautiful sharing of walking back to our connection with our inner most. The knowing and connection that never leaves us but often gets clouded over.

    1. Beautiful point Kim – the fact that our connection and inner knowing never leaves us – it is us that moves in a way to offset or live in complete opposition to it.

  60. “The choice to look outside created an enormous tension in me between my inner knowing and my habit of giving my power away to the outside world.” The tension felt is so familiar it is almost not questioned. It quietly drains us as the search for answers and solutions maintains an unerelenting pull. Yet drain it does and feeds a lack of confidence that means we consider this unending and repeating cycle ‘normal’.

  61. The more we honour and respond to what we feel is true, from within and not from what other people want, the more that guide becomes our normal way. Awareness is like a muscle that needs to be worked, understood and listened to to become louder and more prevalent in life.

  62. Thank you Kerstin, showing us the difference between knowledge (information from outside) and a knowing within us. And how important it is to understand this – so that we can come back to our knowing in a world where almost everything is based on knowledge.

  63. Reading this tonight, what comes to mind is how much the flow of life is steady, strong, focused, yet delicate and fragile when it comes impulsed from our body and inner heart. When it is fed from our mind it becomes disjointed, racey, doubtful and full of disregard. Loving my body and allowing its very tender voice to support me is a reality that I now live and deepen every day.

  64. It’s taken me many moons to claim back my authority within, and there is much to claim still. We are all born with an exquisite beacon of truth. Our movements away from this beacon, create a fog that leave us blinded from the truth that we are all knowing.

  65. There is a lot of knowledge available to us to learn and that is very useful and needed for us to learn in different jobs and roles we have in life but never should that learning be at the expense of our connection to the innate wisdom we all have access to for without that what use is the knowledge and how will it be used?

  66. ‘In expressing what I am feeling there comes joy and vitality in my body.’ Well said Kerstin and very true, it is very inspiring to read the steps you took to embrace your inner knowing and wisdom, living these qualities is a game changer and support us to understand life, bringing a simplicity that allows us to be in the flow of life.

  67. ‘I am acknowledging that what is inside of me, my inner wisdom, is so enormously precious and deserves deep attention.’ These words resonate in my body and especially that my inner wisdom deserves deep attention. I feel I need to appreciate my inner wisdom more and to let it come through by being more aware what lives within me, not being satisfied with just a bit as I know how grant we all are.

  68. ‘By searching for the answers outside of this inner knowing, I opened myself up to being influenced by others’ decisions and gave my power away to what others thought was best for me. Yet all along I had a feeling of my truth but chose to override it constantly. I chose to override what felt true for me.’ This is something that most of us do Kirsten, even when we know better. I certainly know better and yet when it comes to something unusual happening I can still revert to this old way of not listening to my body. I was about to make a big decision recently and my body was telling me ‘No, no, no’, as it would be precarious financially. At last I listened to it, got some advice and then my body felt beautiful and solid once again.

  69. “In truth our inner knowing is always inside us: it is simple and leads us to a life of simplicity and unity.” That’s the beauty its within us always for us to connect back within. When we become still within ourselves it is easier to connect to that knowing within us, life feels simple.

  70. Learning not to be governed by outside influences, but to listen to our innate wisdom and knowing is a wonderful teaching of Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine. How deeply loving and true it is to listen to our bodies, which continually convey what is true. Thank you Kirstin for sharing your wisdom.

  71. Yes Kerstin, there are so many books out there on ‘how to live life,’ we forget that we actually do know and stop trusting ourselves. One of the best decisions I have recently made is to start trusting myself again and rely more on my inner knowing.

  72. What this blog makes clear is that external influences we may say yes to can never truly help us to live a life of realisation. This is important since there is so much in offer that can get either to deviate from our truth or that can get us to settle for small pieces of truth here and there and compromise our bodies for the part that is not true at all.

  73. ‘Still, the habit to give my power away instead of truly listening to myself was so ingrained that it felt hard to change in the beginning.’ I agree when we live in reaction to the world we are never being our true selves, and yet when we connect to our heart first we are able to make remarkable changes.

  74. When we lack confidence in or fail to heed our inner wisdom there are a plethora of opportunities outside of us to seek advice from, but by doing this we end up giving our power away which creates tension in our body and introduces unnecessary complexities into the equation. When we seek council from our inner wisdom the impulse we receive will have only our best interest at heart.

  75. Knowing my inner-wisdom, and having a choice to speak and live from there is absolute love, and brings a huge trust that we are knowing everything and that it is inside us – for us to tap into. And to feel what once we express this wisdom we know we are from it.

  76. I agree, Kerstin – whether we rely on information given to us, or act against it, if we are not with our inner-most, but living in reaction, choices we think we are making for ourselves are not of truth.

  77. Amazing Kerstin. I can so relate to all you have shared as I too was ruled by the world outside of myself, governed by what was right or wrong, what was fitting or not, as was dictated by the lifestyles and perceptions of society. But regardless of always following something, I still felt lost at the end of the day and my anxiousness never abated. Yet as with you I always sensed my inner-knowing, a voice within that spoke to me every day, however I mostly chose to not listen or to be guided by that which I saw no-one else in society truly live in response or in connection to. It wasn’t until meeting Serge Benhayon, attending and being inspired by Universal Medicine presentations, that I re-discovered that what I sensed within me, was in essence my Soul communication to me. And it turns out that the more I live in connection to my inner-knowing, as best I can, the more I live with a sense of true purpose, power and grace being guided by what I know and feel is true.

  78. ‘I am expressing my truth and what I am feeling’ – powerful choice Kerstin. So often we hold back from expressing to protect ourselves, when that expression may be the very ‘medicine’ needed in that moment. It is so beautiful to express what you are feeling without the need to be ‘right’ or make anyone ‘wrong’. I have recently had an experience of expressing something to a friend who had another view altogether. We both expressed with no attachment and all was well – no drama. And days later it turned out that we came to a unified truth about it – spontaneously arose as the result of neither if us holding back.

  79. There are so many rules and ideas about how we should be. No wonder we end up feeling confused and disheartened. No one teaches us to rely on our inner knowing first. When I started to trust that inner knowing it took a lot of the tension out of life. That tension between what feels right inside and what others or society is telling you.

    1. I can feel the responsibility I have as a parent and as a responsible community member to reflect that back to the children in my life. Trusting our inner knowing is a piece of medicine we are rarely called to value or implement.

  80. We have many systems set up in society that don’t support us to connect with our innermost and make decisions or choices from that place of clarity. It’s not that we can’t always be learning and evaluating knowledge but it’s about what place are we evaluating it from? And are we aware of the innate wisdom that lives inside all of us that knows how to best use knowledge for the true benefit of all. Serge Benhayon supports everyone to re-connect with this wisdom, to discern all that is presented to us without judgement and to honour what we feel.

  81. Thank you for this wonderful blog, this line was absolute gold for me “I am acknowledging that what is inside of me, my inner wisdom, is so enormously precious and deserves deep attention.” How beautiful to read your words, recently whenever I feel nervous, anxious, or unsettled in any way I stop and ask “What am I really feeling?” It’s usually that I have not acknowledged a deep knowing and allowed something to intrude that did not feel right. Once I let my feelings be fully expressed I can restore myself back to what I know to be true and live connected to it.

  82. If we live in reaction to the demands of the world we will find ourselves constantly looking for ways to cope to relieve the tension. The power of connecting to our heart and being willing to be impulsed from there in how we choose to express and move through life cannot be underestimated in our ability to not get affected by the lack of love in the world.

  83. Learning to be still and listen is transformational: with stillness and space, there’s room for that quiet inner voice, that inner knowing to be heard, and then a choice to listen to what it’s telling us. If we’re constantly distracting ourselves, there’s no space for the simple and absolute knowing what we need to do next to be felt.

  84. “I am acknowledging that what is inside of me, my inner wisdom, is so enormously precious and deserves deep attention”. I agree Kirsten, our inner wisdom is indeed enormously precious. Deeply knowing this provides a loving foundation to self care, thus allowing a clear and simple flow of loving healing energy.

  85. I now experience tension and hardness in my body whenever I choose to step away from my inner wisdom. Then the moment I return, my body sighs a sigh of relief and lets go of the tension. So much to consider in this article around how we live and how our bodies are because of how we live.

  86. “The choice to look outside created an enormous tension in me between my inner knowing and my habit of giving my power away to the outside world”,I agree when we slop to look outside , we bring on tension in our body.

  87. ‘The choice to look outside created an enormous tension in me between my inner knowing and my habit of giving my power away to the outside world’. The conflict that arises within us from not trusting and expressing our inner knowing creates a discomfort that we need to always observe, listen to and arise from.

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