When You Know You Know

If we could only learn the magic of dismissing our thoughts of fear, our toxic thoughts of rejection, jealousy, and resentment. If only we could dismiss our feelings that change from moment to moment depending on our environment. You know you feel different at work than you do in church or the bar, club, or ballgame. If only we could listen to our intuition and focus like a laser on energy.

The more I listen and depend on my gut talk the more I strictly rely on it. When I was in the market for a new home, I heavily relied on my energy. I didn’t care how beautiful, spacious or perfect it looked online, I would not consider it without walking into it. It was a must to know what the energy was in that home.

I believe in energy and I believe in the spirits of folks. I know if you’re a spirit of ugly that I don’t want anything from you. I mean zero to do with you or your belongings. I don’t want anything that was yours. Don’t give me your clothes, don’t bring me a gift, don’t cook dinner for me, don’t pass anything to me that was in your possession. Don’t even pray for me.

Every bad decision I’ve ever made and every bad situation I got into was due to dismissing my intuition. I went by my feelings or my thoughts and both of those mislead me to places and situations that were not good for me.

Think about it. Are you in a bad place or situation because you dismissed your intuition and did what felt good at the moment? Or did you let the thought override the gut talk?

Every creature is created with sense of knowing. The birds of the air know, the animals of the wild know, and even the brainless cockroach knows when you are after him. If all created knows then we know too. When you know you know rather you choose to dismiss it or honor it.

Published by Dana

Creative writer about my life and life lessons. Survivor of abandonment, addiction, narcissist relationships, and trauma. Still dealing while I'm healing. Thank you Jesus!

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