How often do you use your intuition?


I love my satnav. It’s not even a very fancy one and the navigator’s voice, if I’m honest, drives me up the wall (not literally). But whenever I need to take a trip, I depend entirely on Julia or Sean to get me there. If it broke, I’d be lost (literally this time).

This blind faith in technology has gotten me into hot water waaay too often. Once I ended up in a field full of sheep instead of the promised luxury hotel. The sheep were as surprised as I was. Another time it took me 2 hours to get off the M25 near London because the exit disappeared.

It occurred to me the other day that if my feminine intuition was a satellite navigation device, it would probably only be switched on half the time!

Are you the same?

Do you listen to that gentle inner voice and follow where it leads? Do you know instinctively what’s right for you and choose your own path even if it makes you unpopular? Or are you more likely to bend yourself out of shape just to do what’s expected?

If this sounds all too familiar and you’re ready for a change, you might like to join us. I’ve teamed up with the inimitable Bernie Petrie of Barefoot Ambition to deliver a series of Feminine Intuition workshops across the UK, starting close to home in North Berwick, Scotland.

It’ll be 24 hours of goddess-ness where we laugh and learn together and share our time-tested tips for tuning into your inner wisdom, detoxing your thoughts and loving the skin you’re in 🙂

 Get in quick though. There are only 12 places because it’s a small venue and the tomtoms are already beating (groan)!

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One response to “How often do you use your intuition?

  1. It’s just a bit sad that somebody put the word “feminine” or “female” in front of intuition. I’ve listened to that “little voice” and have written about it and even wrote and delivered a speech about it to my Toastmasters group. Intuition is real, is relevant, is great guidance, if you’ll just allow it to be! Almost every time I’ve followed it, I’ve been rewarded with great blessings. Lucky for me, I love women, so I’m OK with that voice being “feminine” – it’s no threat to my masculinity. If anything, I’m more a man for being a good listener…. BR

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