Connecting With Our Intuition In Difficult Times - Helen Leathers, Transformational Women's Coach, Trainer, Speaker

I am posting this article at the end of our 3rd week of ‘lockdown’ in the UK (due to coronavirus, in case you’ve missed it, or are visiting at some point in the future). I know that many people have been struggling with connecting to their intuition and are feeling a bit lost right now. It’s not that surprising, there’s a lot going on.

But if you’ve been working on your intuition for some time, or have a regular mindfulness or spiritual practice and you suddenly feel confused and disconnected it can be challenging. It can feel like it wasn’t real, or that or all the work you’ve put in was wasted or pointless.

If I Can’t Trust My Intuition In Difficult Times, When Can I?

These times are unlike anything we have ever encountered before in this country. We have no frame of reference, and this is important, as I explain in the video below. At times like these it’s easy to think our intuition has deserted us – whoever saw this one coming, right?

We might even see initial news stories and think, ‘That won’t be too much of a problem, what’s all the fuss?’ (Honestly, this is what I did, the eternal optimist that I am! Where was my intuition then?)

This video helps to explain some of my thoughts about why you shouldn’t panic or feel like your intuition or spirituality has somehow let you down.

I hope that it helps and encourages you to keep developing yourself, your mindfulness skills and your intuition in these difficult times. And most importantly, to be kind to yourself.

Here are some of the resources I mention in the video:
Blogpost on ‘What Is Intuition’
Blogpost on journalling


Interested in my online course Intuition 101?
This online course is available on a special ‘lockdown’ offer price of just £19 – click through here to find out more

Helen Leathers

Womens Coach, Trainer, Speaker & Author

Combining a spiritual outlook, a pragmatic approach, and a sense of humour Helen seeks to help you to understand, accept and develop your true self and be the best person you can be – flaws and all.

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