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The wise inner voice goes by many names -- intuition, true self, soul whispers, the still small voice within, and various other names in many different spiritual belief systems. It doesn't really matter what you call it, as long as you can hear it and trust in the message. . For most of my Creative Alternatives coaching and InnerJourneyWork spiritual counseling clients, learning how to hear their wise inner voice is easier than trusting it completely. . Hearing requires a special kind of attention, similar to the type of quieting the "monkey mind" of daily experience in meditation. The inner voice can speak in any of the 5 senses, and most of us aren't used to listening by taste, touch, smell, sight, or a direct sense of knowing. . These different ways of listening can be taught, and are not too difficult to acquire once you learn how to give up reliance on verbal language.
Relying on intuition or an inner voice is still not fully valued in developed Western cultures today. There are many reasons for this -- the suspicious paranoia of modern religions, the psychopathol-ogizing bent of the mental health establishment, the cultural fear of that which can't be seen or measured, among other reasons. . This devaluing can get in your way. But it can also be an opportunity to develop more trust in what you know about yourself, even when that appears at odds with what is generally believed by the mainstream public. . In teaching clients to cultivate trust in the existence of and information coming from their wise inner voice, I help you explore the sensory modes that are strongest for you. You'll learn to interpret the meanings of bodily felt signals and changes in qualities. It's like learning a foreign language. . When you hear and trust your own wise inner voice, you'll never again need to second guess yourself. It's like having an internal compass to direct your decisions and actions -- one that you know is always speaking the truth and guiding you to whatever is in your best interest.
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