How to Have More Clarity and Trust Your Intuition

Take the time for yourself. YOU are worth it!

My word for this year is clarity. Clarity for me means knowing what my vision is for my life and knowing what I want to focus my energy on. I can easily feel overwhelmed and “all over the map” not paying attention to my intuition. I know that I need to figure out what my path is and how to actualize it.

  1. Spending time alone! Doing activities that are quiet and help you to look within. The answers are there already if we are open to listening. Some ideas that might be helpful are having a daily practice of yoga, walking or any kind of physical activity that gets your body moving, daily meditation even just starting with five minutes per day, paying attention while having a shower or on your drive into work just noticing what comes up for you.
  2. Journaling!  Getting your thoughts down on paper really helps with getting them out of your head. It allows your inner self to have a voice. It can help with feeling more aligned with your emotions and in touch with your feelings. Write down your goals, look at them often and see what fits and what doesn’t. Morning pages can be helpful too! Automatic writing which just means writing whatever comes with no judgement just letting it flow and you might just surprise yourself. Inspired by The Artist’s Way by Julia Cameron
  3. Visualization! Listening to visualization exercises about your dreams and visions, setting intentions, re-setting are all good practices to help you to get more clarity. I recommend checking out Sarah Prout who is all about setting intentions, creating abundance and everything Law of Attraction.
  4. Declutter Your Life and Mind!  You didn’t think I would leave that out, did you? Whenever, you are trying to get clear, its a good idea to work on decluttering any or all areas of your life and mind (meaning physical and emotional clutter). This clutter can really get in the way of our attempts to move forward in our lives and to really manifest what we truly want.

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What do you do for yourself to have more clarity and to trust your intuition in your life? Do you have a word for this year? Would love to hear from you…….

About Kim

Kim Tremblay is a Master Organizer and a Clutter Coach. She has worked with individuals helping them clear the physical and emotional clutter from their lives since 2008. Kim founded and co-facilitated a Clearing Clutter Support Group which has helped hundreds of individuals to make positive changes in their lives. Kim is currently working virtually with clients helping them to clear the emotional and/or physical clutter from their lives. Kim is available to speak to your group about all things organizing.
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12 Responses to How to Have More Clarity and Trust Your Intuition

  1. If I have a persistent creative idea, or a task that never seems to get completed, or a recurring frustration, I try to (eventually) pay attention to it. Sometimes it doesn’t take long at all to realize that there’s a solution. A way to make time for it. A piece of information I am lacking. A mechanical or logistical fix. But it does take some quiet time.

    • Kimberley says:

      So true Hazel. It is so good when you pay attention to that recurring frustration and realize you need to do something to make a change. Thank you for your comment πŸ™‚

  2. Melanie says:

    I have attempted Journaling a few times without being able to stick with it. Thank you for the link – perhaps this is the year I will stick with it.

  3. I found that when I am stuck trying to determine a direction to go, journaling and visualization on where I want to go helps me bring down my ideas from my mind on to paper and into the world. I try to explain this to my kids and they just don’t get it. Hopefully, one day they will.

  4. That alone time is essential. It’s the time when we’re quiet enough to hear our voice without distractions, or with fewer distractions. Journaling has been a lifetime passion of mine. More recently (as in the last few years,) I started doing mindfulness meditation. I love it and only wonder what took me so long to begin. The other thing that helps me to hear better my internal world is being outside. I love taking walks in the woods or being near (or in) water.

    • Kimberley says:

      So awesome Linda – we are so much alike. Yes, connecting with the outdoors. I love hiking and walking and I plan to do that more. thanks so much

  5. Thank you for these great tips on staying focused and on track!

  6. April says:

    I spend so much time alone i find I waste a lot of it. Thinking I will have time to get things done and then often I end up getting nothing done

    • Kimberley says:

      I can relate to this April. Because I have just retired, I have all this time and it just flies by. Everything takes a bit longer it seems. People always say they don’t know how they were able to work full time and get it all done. I know it helps me when I am accountable to someone else. Thanks for your comment and your participation in the Declutter Your Life and Mind Group.

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