“Remember, when your intuition and your logic are in conflict, your intuition is always right. Depend on it!” ~Bob Proctor, Entrepreneur and Life Coach~
A fine line exists between being negative toward something or someone while putting out bad vibes toward it or him/her, and being acutely intuitive and able to avoid unhappiness, disaster and tragedy.
It all comes down to how much you trust yourself and whether you are grounded and focused on a goal or vision. If you have spent the majority of life following the crowds and obeying orders mindlessly, then your intuitive attributes will not function well, even when you find yourself in dire straits.
“I just knew it,” “I told you so,” “I can’t understand why you did that,” are great examples of the unrefined, intuitive qualities we all possess being misused or abused for egoistical reasons or to cover ones tracks.
Telling others why they were wrong or telling yourself that you had a hunch (which you failed to act upon), is both counter-intuitive and unproductive.
This message to you pains me because just this past week I took a back seat to my hunches and let someone else take the lead in a business negotiation with a Japanese businessman I had believed to be a train wreck from the get-go. My hunch was 100 percent correct, but I sat in silence or nodded agreement while my ally forged ahead with negotiations.
Trust your intuition – those diamond-in-the-rough hunches. As Bob Proctor has also said in The Science of Getting Rich:
“Prayer is when you talk to God. Intuition is when God talks to you.”
Belief in yourself starts inside. Only you can know what is best for you. Only you can sniff out a rat, avoid it, and ultimately come up smelling of roses.