Jodi Livon, author of The Happy Medium, joined Kare11 News on May 4 to share some intuition tips for grads.
Some tips she provided for new grads to use their intuition to guide them in making the best job and life decisions:
1. Use your reasoning mind. Do you have a solid option? Are there facts and figures to support this choice?
2. Keep your heart open. Are you passionate about your choice of a job?
3. Finally, trust your instincts. Cut out the "noise" of others. Your decision is right when you feel drawn to your choice. If you feel a sense of calm, your intuition is serving you wisely.
Visit Kare11.com to watch the full segment.
It was hard not to get wrapped up in World Cup fever, although sadly I didn't see many games because I don't have cable. I love watching soccer/football to watch the sheer athleticism of the players (and referees, for that matter), and I was so pleased that so many were tuned into the games.
People weren't the only ones tuned into the World Cup action. Paul, an octopus who resides at the Sea Life aquarium in Oberhausen, Germany, became quite the oracle when he correctly predicted the outcome of Germany's 7 matches, as well as the final between Spain and the Netherlands.
Paul is ending his predictions on a high note and will go back to being just a regular octopus that will entertain
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Sherrie Dillard, author of Love and Intuition and Discover Your Psychic Type.
For as long as I can remember I have wanted to write a book about intuition and love. In many ways these two often highly charged energies have defined much of my life. While psychic ability has always come naturally to me, I cannot say the same about relationships. Since early childhood I have confronted many challenges and learned many lessons through my connection with others. While using my intuition to help others has been rewarding, learning how to effectively apply it in my own life and specifically in my relationships has been life altering. Working as a
Some call it a gut feeling. Some call it their inner voice. Intuition is hard to define because you can't pinpoint its origin to a truly definable resource. No matter where you believe the guiding force that is intuition comes from, it is a definite force that can help guide you down the winding road of life
I've used intuition in many circumstances and it is very interesting to look back and think of where it directed me in certain situations. I tend to make up my mind very fast when a decision must be made, especially a large one. If it feels right, I go with it and don't doubt myself. However, there was a person that I dealt with in the past who made me doubt my intuition. Every time