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Trust Your Instincts

Vicki Monroe at Jonathan's Ogunquit EventThere will be a few times in your life when all your instincts will tell you to do something, something that defies logic, upsets your plans, and may seem crazy to others. When that happens, you do it. Listen to your instincts and ignore everything else. Ignore logic, ignore the odds, ignore the complications, and just go for it.

It’s April, and Spring is usually in the air here in New England, it is mud season, but the birds and other rites of passage are blooming here, long before any buds can be seen on the trees. That is heartening to anyone after a long and very cold winter. always look for signs, and I hope you do too. Not just of nature, which is the best guide in this world.

Long before computers and technology, we relied on the weather and the careful watching of our animal friends to detect weather and other phenomena. The world around you knew the instincts of what blew in the wind, the sea, the rain, the earth. When we live within that harmony we can see what we are looking for without a cell phone, or computer, television, or pad. Nature has long been our best app!

It is for this very reason that I loved the quote above! We have these instincts ourselves. Not just sometimes when we are feeling a connection, but at all times, whether we choose to believe what we feel or not, IT IS there.

We have all had times in our lives when something we feel will DEFY logic, upset our plans and may seem crazy to others. That would be my EVERY MONDAY MORNING! However, when this happens to you, do yourself and your path, the one you walk and planned long before this lifetime a huge favor, follow it.

No matter what anyone thinks, says, or rolls their eyes at – this is YOUR path, your instinct, your gut feeling. What may seem illogical to others is perfectly logical for you. It is why we should never compare ourselves to someone else. Embrace your own logic and follow it. We are each divinely different, and what a marvelous thing! Can you imagine just one of each and everything? One bird, one tree, one human? The variety is what makes life so wonderful!

Embrace Who You Are!

Love who you are, and love your neighbors both near and far. One day, when you leave this body, you will have much time to reflect. Will you remember being uniquely your own person, whom did their own thing while embracing others who thought and did differently? Or will you follow along where it seems safe?

When you go your own way with love and respect for others, you forge new pathways for others to see… you show courage for others to seek and follow their own instincts. You show actions speak much louder than words.

Life is meant to be challenged, embraced and enjoyed! You, and only you, are responsible for your own happiness… so today and every day, embrace your inner feelings. When told by your own self to run into that feeling head on, do it! No one knows but you how far you can go and what wonders await you. Embrace the adventure!

Be sure to read the new Here’s to Your Health blog post, Nature’s Pharmacy.

In Love and Light!
Vicki Monroe
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