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Updated: Apr 3

From Oxford Languages:




  1. the ability to understand something immediately, without the need for conscious reasoning. "we shall allow our intuition to guide us"

I don't know about you, but it has only been in recent years that I am finally learning to trust my *intuition.

In some ways, I suppose you could say I am a bit of a "late bloomer." Another often quoted expression one could use to describe my naïve gullibility is "ignorance is bliss" coined by the English poet Thomas Gray in 1742.

Granted, some of my "ignorance" is by choice, opting out of watching daily news in order to guard my heart, peace of mind, sanity, and overall well-being.

This morning I was powerfully reminded of three important facts:

  1. God protects me.

  2. Joyful dancing and gratitude come from complete trust in #1.

  3. Surrender, acceptance, and judgement-free curiosity allow me to peacefully coexist in this chaotic self-destructive world while simultaneously living not of this world.

Psalm 23 from The Holy Bible is often quoted to provide comfort, confidence, blessed assurance, guidance, and peace. Today I am grateful to fear no evil as I walk through the valley of the shadow of death in communities in which I work, reside, and serve.

In addition to learning to trust my *God-given intuition when it comes to intentionally placing myself in certain environments, surrounding myself with other humans, and wandering through the wilderness progressively (imperfectly) thanking God for the "manna" provided without grumbling; I am also educating myself and others [Matthew 13:9] regarding Intuitive Eating in a series of videos linked below.

If treating your body, mind, and spirit with kindness and compassion is something that appeals to you, please join us for this series.

May you be well-- mentally, physically, and spiritually, exercising your intuition to make wise choices throughout your month with the weekly intentions recommended one day at a time in this book by Evelyn Tribole.

I Spy Diet Culture all around us...

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