There’s this noise in my head. “You’re not welcome here.”... Belonging is an active verb. It doesn’t come to you. You don’t receive it. You take it.
HINTS She’s tough on the outside and yet fragile and delicate when exposed to the elements. Her insides absorb huge waves of emotions and endure power punches. She’s known you since you started to talk. And when you turn your back on her and abandon her for long stretches, she always greets you with open arms.
Pride is what fills hollow bones so you can stand upright. Pride vibrates wide like a rumble instead of squeaks like an untuned violin. Pride roars. Pride owns. Pride claims. So what’s hard to swallow here?
Most of us accept that we have intuition, a sixth sense, an inner knowing that bypasses instinct and intelligence. That’s not what wakes us up at night. The more pressing inquiry is how to access our intuition. Is it a muscle that we can exercise? And if it is, how can we strengthen that muscle? … Continue reading Exercises to Strengthen Your Intuition Part 2: