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Laura Kell
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So true! Those times when I haven't trusted my intuition have turned out to be my biggest regrets. Trust your gut!
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Elizabeth Stiles West
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Same here! I think that our subconscious minds pick up on so much that we don't consciously realize. I do know for sure that if someone gives a sinister "vibe," avoid this person if at all possible and do not go anywhere alone with them, even though they may not have said or done anything specific that alarmed you.
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Anonymous
Agreed. I have never regretted paying attention to a gut feeling; it has correctly provided both small and large warnings. An example of a small warning is thinking I should take a different route home from work, taking that route, and moments later, hearing a traffic report that my usual route is blocked due to an accident. An example of a large warning is feeling that a certain person is dangerous, insisting my child steer clear of him, and later discovering that he is a rapist. We pick up so many signals and cues through our subconscious mind and perhaps through people's body language, etc. I think that it's especially important to pay attention to intuitive warning signs. If someone gives you the creeps even though you can't point to something specific this person said or did, be careful around this person. It goes double if your normally friendly dog or cat doesn't like them.
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Anonymous
Perfectly stated. Agree about fur family members who know best. I recently bought a new car from feeling like I was being pulled to go to the dealership which I ended up buying the car that I was looking at which was still in dealer prep when I got there. Paid off the car 3 days later. It happened like it was meant to be.
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Elizabeth Stiles West
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That's wonderful! I think that listening to our gut feelings is so important. Since you felt confident buying the car and it was a relatively easy process, I'm sure it will be a great car for you!
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Anonymous
It’s the perfect car for me.
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