Lucy Di Marino

I Am Tuned in to My Intuition Affirmations

I am tuned in to my intuition

In order to reprogramme our subconscious patterns and recondition our minds and bodies to a new understanding and experience of life that allow us to expand beyond the limiting ideas and beliefs we are subconsciously driven by, we can affirm empowering truths that guide us to remember our spiritual wellbeing, clarity and wholeness. As we do, we begin to realise that we have the option to operate from self love and knowledge of our ability to tune in to our intuition.

Intuition guides us to realise and express and operate from the health, wellness, clarity and peace within us. We are always aware of our intuitive guidance but until we begin to question our habitual reactions to life we often obscure it, override it and complicate it. One approach feels familiar, the other feels liberating. When we choose the familiar when we feel guided to explore the new, we are choosing to remain as we are rather than expand into a truer expression of self that feels free and whole and capable.

We create meaning to give context to life and as we embark on change, we do well to remember and practise our ability to respond to past states of being in new ways. We have the ability to change the meaning we assign to different experiences. As we begin to remember self trust, self confidence, self esteem, we find that our perspective, state of mind and interpretations of life change and so too does our understanding of the experience we are creating for ourselves in the moment.

I am guided by spiritual wisdom

We are able to discern between our inner wisdom and the limited thinking we are used to creating, energising and following. One leads us away from what we really want and one leads us towards it. We are not our thinking, feelings or even actions. We can free ourselves from identification with these and our attachment to them. We have to let go to let go and when we experience the physical sensations of what is familiar but unhelpful, what is so known to us that we feel an immediate urge to react to it, we can choose to turn towards inner peace and in doing so, release ourselves from repeating those states of being we have become identified with, expanding beyond who we have been so that we can begin to explore who we really are.

We are always investing in and energising an identity, an idea of self and affirming that we can discern between what is guiding us from a spiritual wisdom beyond the understanding of the logical mind and what is complicating, obscuring or rejecting it allows us to experiment with living from intuition and faith, take action that aligns with doing so and override our previous reactions to past thinking and the feeling of past thinking in order to change the way we operate.

We do not have to wait to feel aligned with the true self before we take action to change our experience of life, we change our experience of life when we take action that leads us to feel aligned. When we energise limiting beliefs, it is simply because it is our habit to and the feeling of those beliefs are familiar to us and so we react to them and from them. Once we become open to creating new habits of thinking based on new beliefs that guide us to resonate with clear mindedness and clear feeling, we find that there is a resilience, a stability, a foundational support within us that we can rely on.

I invest in self love

Our inner wisdom guides us to express and experience self love which leads us to live in faith, peace and happiness, invested in developing trust in ourselves and goodwill towards our every effort to live well without pressure or stress. Self love is available to us all of the time. When we feel as if we are not thinking, feeling or behaving in ways that are born of wellbeing and inspiring us to live in an empowered and creative and connected state of being, we can relax into the knowing that there is a healthier and happier way available to us.

When we start to live from self love, from trust in our spiritual wisdom, we tune in to our intuition and remain tuned in. We trust our instincts, we find that we no longer follow the urge to second guess ourselves, to rationalise or make sense of or qualify our inner guidance. Intuition is an innate sense of deep inner knowing beyond the knowledge of the limited mind, a sense beyond the senses. When we practise tuning in to our inner wisdom we find that we can discern between intuition and what complicates or turns us away from it, that this is not something we need to learn how to do but something we are able to remember.

Following past thinking that does not aid us in living well or expanding into newness leads us to get caught up in doubt or fear or denial about any intuitive messages coming through. When we align with the true self, we relearn to trust it over our familiar reactions to the physical sensations of unease created by self doubt, suffering, insecurity and struggle. When we question ourselves, when we feel unsure, we are not following our intuition. Our inner wisdom will always lead us towards self trust, self love, peace, acceptance and truth.

I surrender to a higher awareness

There is serenity in surrender. We can practise tuning in to our intuition by pausing our thinking and dropping into a space of quiet contemplation and communication with the spiritual intelligence of life, resting in the peace and space and stillness that exist before, beneath and beyond it. In pause, we experience insight, we know truth, we remember faith, we trust in the wisdom that makes itself known. Intuition is a sense of truth beyond the senses, a deeper knowing than the intellect can make sense of, a clarity of being. The reason we find it so hard to follow our inner guidance is because we have come to identify with and operate from ideas and beliefs that ultimately make a simple system complicated.

We can trust that no matter what the limited mind does with the information we receive from our intuition, our inner wisdom will never lead us away from love and truth and peace but towards alignment, harmony and health. Our familiar understanding of life might lead us to struggle against our inner guidance but in order to live as we feel truly called to, we must decide which we choose to listen to and whether living by our past conditioning and programming is suiting us well now.

When we recognise our ability and desire to give ourselves over to a higher knowledge than is known to us from the limited mind, to invest in and be guided by a healthier expression of life, we move beyond operating from or in reaction to fear and doubt and insecurity even when we experience them because we are empowered by the choice we are making to transcend, to transform. We can act in alignment with the true self without giving energy to past concerns about doing so and the physical experience of them in the present. When we allow wisdom to guide us, we sense beyond the intellect what is right for us in the moment and if we refuse to repeat past thinking that questions, judges and would override us doing it, we find that we remember how natural it feels to follow our instincts and we practise doing so, reconditioning our minds and bodies to this new way of intuitive living.

I am intuitively guided to take aligned action

Beneath limited ideas of who we are lie the wisdom, peace of mind and self trust that will guide us when we allow ourselves to follow them. When we reflect on where the information we are paying attention to is coming from, a past belief system or a knowledge beyond it, our doubts and concerns begin to dissipate and we experience the ability to choose which way to go. It is via our belief system that we create meaning and understand our experiences. As we affirm new beliefs, we open up to new ways of seeing the world, new ways of being and new meaning. We move beyond our unhelpful conditioning to clarity and a sense of truth, tuned in to our intuition and channelling wisdom.

Our intuition will guide us if we let it. We feel uneasy when we trust in unhelpful thinking because it is not truth and we innately know truth. We feel our thinking in order to know when we are headed towards truth or away from it. When we stop identifying with how we feel and instead understand our feelings as a reflection of our thinking, we know when we are turned towards truth and discover that despite the unease that is created by defaulting to belief in the claims of the limited mind, we can still tune in to wisdom and take aligned action.

Letting ourselves be guided to take intuitive action and noticing how natural, easy, gentle and in flow it feels to do so helps us to recognise how feelings of tightness, rigidity, tenseness and stress are reflections of thinking and states of mind that are not aligned with our truth and that investing in, energising and identifying with them guide us away from expressing it. Learning to live well and take action that resonates with our inner wisdom and knowledge of who we really are is a never ending journey and one that finds us aligning ever more fully with our intuition and ability to express our highest truth in the world. It is not linear and it does not need to be. When we resonate with knowledge of our ability to be well and live well, we understand that wellness is an experience of self love and self trust and we remove pressure from ourselves, trusting that we are worthy and whole within at all times.

Intuition guides me to express my highest truth

When we allow ourselves to be guided to operate in a way that is more pure and neutral than our conditioning and programming, we give ourselves over to inspiration, creativity, joy, wellbeing and happiness, reprogramme the subconscious and recondition our minds and bodies to a new expression and experience of self. Living by our intuition, by our spiritual wisdom facilitates a healthy and connected state of being and allows us to recognise what will contract us in some way and what will expand us so that we can refuse what creates feelings of tightness and tension and turn towards what feels like alignment and expansion. One leads us back towards what is known, the other towards what is not yet explored. If we can just take a moment to pause, to breathe when we feel the discomfort of change, we will grant ourselves the distance from our experience to relax into trust that there is a wisdom within us that knows what to do in any moment for our greatest good and allow it to lead us.

The limited mind has an agenda because it feels limited and has a lot to protect and defend, justify and prove. Truth, potential, possibility, intuition expand us into a state in which we discover we are limitless, allowing us to live from awareness of and connection with our wellbeing, guiding us to be well, to live well and confidently, compassionately, patiently keep moving into new states of being that become our new familiar. In every moment we have access to the wisdom, intuition and wellbeing that we seek from the limited mind and it is only habitual thinking based on past beliefs, programming and identification with a limited idea of self that prevents us from experiencing and trusting in our spiritual wholeness. When we live in alignment, we are at peace with the discomfort we initially feel as we retrain our minds and bodies to a new ways of being.

When we become more interested in the growth and development our wellbeing is always guiding us towards than energising and committing to the known and familiar experience of a limited expression of self, we become more curious about the way we engage with and take part in life and how we create and respond to our thinking and the physical experience of it. When we begin to see that we do have a choice about how we live despite what tells us otherwise, we make healthier, happier choices which leads us to relearn to trust the wisdom that is always guiding us towards health and happiness and notice how opposite to this unhelpful expressions of being feel to us.

I trust in the stillness within me

We are the creators of our experience. Our brains even determine the information that our eyes receive based on the beliefs we most commonly hold about the world. We create our experience of the thoughts we pay attention to which are neutral until we create thinking about them. When we have made it our habit to pay more attention to the thoughts flowing through our minds than the stillness that resides within us we forget that it is always available to us. We have all had experience of this stillness and it exists no matter how how loud our experience feels.

When we learn to trust in the stillness within, when we choose it over the experience of past thinking and feeling, we access wisdom and are guided to reprogramme and recondition ourselves to default to intuition, to no longer invest in unhelpful states of being and open ourselves up to new experiences.

In stillness, we are guided to take action that aligns us with truth and expands us beyond the ideas and beliefs and opinions that have held us back so that we form new beliefs, so that when familiar thoughts occur, we choose a new response to them than familiar reactions created from belief in and identification with them. In stillness we find that we can never be disconnected from wisdom or without wisdom or damage wisdom, that when we choose to let go of belief in the validity of limited thinking and drop into a space of innate and Universal knowing, we fall into wisdom and the intelligent guidance it is offering us at all times.

I follow my instincts

When we trust in the spiritual knowledge available to us beyond the known limits of a past idea of self, we are able to follow our instincts and distinguish between intuitive impulses and unhelpful urges. Intuitive impulses are a desire to act that bypasses the reasoning and intellect of the conditioned mind and are born of an intelligence that exists before, beneath and beyond it. Intuitive impulses are the direction of our spiritual wisdom, motivated by insight and wisdom and the soul’s calling to express and manifest in the world in a way that is aligned with our innate health, happiness, creative potential and power. Unhelpful urges are a motivation to act according to our limited thinking, unhelpful conditioning, filters, biases and programmed interpretations of the world. They are driven by a need to protect the limited self and often revert us to coping mechanisms and behaviour that we may even know to be unhelpful.

Insightful impulses lead us towards growth, expansion and the expression of our highest self. Unhelpful urges more deeply establish our identification with the idea of ourselves as limited. Insightful impulses are neutral and when we consider them neutrally feel like understanding, illumination, enlightenment, knowledge. Unhelpful urges are generated by thinking that reduces our capacity to think clearly, learn, evolve and are experienced as stress, tension, disharmony. Insightful impulses lead us to take helpful action and when we follow them we move in the direction of joy, expansion and growth. Unhelpful urges do not lead us to act as we truly wish and move us in the direction of contraction, stagnation and unease.

We have a choice not to act on unhelpful urges which we know do not work out for the highest good of all and instead trust in our insightful impulses which lead us to act with a clarity and awareness that exist outside of the bounds of the limited mind. We have access to truth, peace, harmony and grace and we are always being alerted when we are not acting from and inspired by them in the way we are approaching life. If we learn to trust that our feelings are a guide to the direction of our thinking, we understand that we feel when we are turned away from wisdom and view our experience of this as a signal to turn towards clarity and not as evidence that unhelpful thinking is true and accurate which allows us to let unhelpful urges pass by and trust in our insightful impulses to return to a more neutral state of being.

I trust in my intuition

Once we explore trusting in intuition, inspiration and wisdom and opening up to insight, we find that the habit to second guess ourselves once we have taken intuitive action begins to dissolve, that when we take right feeling action, we are able to carry the feeling of having strengthened our trust in ourselves forwards and in the feeling of self trust we recognise past fear, past preferences and past insecurities when they arise and hold space for them to flow out of us, opening up to a greater intelligence, a new sense of who we are, informed by new understanding that leads us to new experiences, evolution and growth.

When we trust in our wisdom, we are choosing to surrender to a higher knowledge, to have faith in what lies outside of what is known to the limited mind and we give ourselves over to truth, wellbeing, creativity, inspiration, innovation, connection, bliss, balance, harmony. We operate from a pure awareness of self as a part of the whole which allows us to let go of what we think we know and enjoy a more expansive experience of life. As we open up, we soften, we feel better able to flow with life, to relax into connection and the innate knowing that we are supported.

When we soften, we do not brace for impact, we accept life in a way that allows us to process, focus and take useful action. We do not qualify the wisdom we receive from intuition, we trust in it and ourselves to follow it, guided to navigate life from our innate gratitude, curiosity, awe, wonder, insight and trust. Trusting in our ability to tune in to our intuition is an act of love for ourselves because rather than continuing to invest in who we are not, creating suffering by living out of alignment with who we really are, we know that we are strong, resilient, intelligent and we are kind and generous and patient with ourselves when we fall back into past habits, conditioning and programming, when we default to an idea of self that sees us as separate, insecure and at risk. Our spiritual wisdom calls us home to patience, truth and love. Our intuition is always guiding us towards expansion and the expression of our innate wellbeing. The best way to honour it is to follow its lead even when we have initially taken another route.

I choose to pay attention to my inner guidance

How we relate to the world and the meaning we give our experiences, internal and external, is based on our subconscious operating system which is the result of our conditioning and programming through which we interpret and understand life. As we work to change, we explore new information, we invest in new beliefs, we take and habitualise new action and we rewrite our programming and recondition our minds and bodies to new ways of being, creating a new subconscious operating system. Affirming our ability to choose to pay attention to our inner guidance and observing the meaning we assign to limited thinking that questions it allows us to move away from investment in it and create new responses to it, guided by our inner wisdom and knowledge of our ability to trust in and operate from it.

In truth and wholeness, we harmonise, we default to the restorative and balancing nature of peace, we surrender to our inner wisdom, choosing to pay attention to the intuitive guidance we are always receiving, remembering who we really are, returning to love. When we wake up to the suffering caused by a misunderstanding of who we are and what is available to us and identification with a limited idea of self, we experience compassion for ourselves, we reroute our energy towards expanding our awareness and we grow, we evolve, we thrive and we uncover inner resources that allow us to stop reacting to past thinking and feeling, able even to remain neutral when they occur.

Intuition is a wisdom without feeling that is beyond what is known to the senses and intellectual mind, available to guide us when we tune in to and follow it. When we qualify wisdom via the limited knowledge of who we are not, we feel conflicted. If we are caught up in the noise of unhelpful thinking we may not even hear it. By affirming that guidance is always available to us and that we choose to pay attention to it may feel strange or uncomfortable at first but as we allow ourselves to be led by our instincts to turn towards truth and health and love, we find that wisdom, insight and truth are quiet certainty, knowledge before, beneath and beyond our thinking, a sense of rightness, surety, certainty that is no feeling at all, that we can create feelings about it by thinking about it but that these feelings are not indicative of whether our intuition is trustworthy or not, it always is, it is our thinking we need to assess in this way.

I am able to live from truth

Self love is the breaking away from unhelpful familiar beliefs into an experience of oneness and the light within us that illuminates truth, that lifts the veil of illusion so that we are able to find ourselves over and again, whole, guided, safe, carried by love, led by wisdom, intuitively guided to learn and grow and explore and expand. When we allow ourselves to be intuitively guided to take aligned action, we know the potential we have to embrace joy, we find that within we are perfect and whole and we return to the space of stillness within us, alive to our innate knowledge and guided by it to see how exquisite life is.

Intuition, guidance, wisdom are a knowing beyond qualification and explanation. When we ask for guidance and quiet the mind in order to tune in to our intuition, if the limited mind questions the information that is received, we can remember that we are not our thinking but the awareness of it, the power that creates it and the authority that decides how to respond to it. We can choose to pay attention to our inner guidance over all else and it is with patience and practise that we align with and operate as the true self.

The information we receive from wisdom is always right for us in the moment, regardless of whether the limited mind can prove it. Whilst we may tune in to our wisdom and seek its guidance, until we are willing to trust in it over an identification with familiar doubts and fears that turn us away from it, we do not live from truth but from an idea of who we are that does not recognise the knowledge we have access to, the power we have to follow it and the joy and grace that are available to us when we do.

I am able to live in alignment with my true self

It is a conscious choice to invest in intuition over our familiar reactions to life and when we make this choice and make peace with this choice, we can simply witness the urge to talk ourselves out of doing so. As we choose to surrender, as we trust more in our ability to be whole and well, as we live from and embrace the unknown, we find that intuition occurs before thought, that when we follow our inner guidance we are in flow, operating from grace and harmony with life.

This is the experience of living in alignment with the true self and the true self is always guiding us to explore our capacity for love and wellness so that we live from authenticity and integrity and truth, follow our intuition, pay attention to wisdom and return to love and trust when we find we have reverted to past modes of being. What turns us away from self celebration, self respect, self patience, self trust is never going to lead us to faith in our intuition. Our instinct is always to live in love. We suffer when we don’t because we are acting against our truest state, our most natural way of being.

When we tune in to the innate wisdom of our intuition and trust it, we find that we are guided to act in ways that are immediate without feeling stressful. We have the ability to take intuitive, helpful, guided, elevated action without complicating it and in the moment that we find we have innocently reverted to past beliefs and behaviour that obstruct or override our knowledge of this, our inner wisdom guides us to be kind and patient with ourselves, to remember the love that we are and act from it. Refusing this is to continue to be guided by the limited thinking of a past idea and experience of self that is not true to who we really are and not leading us to expand into it.