How To Listen To Your Inner Voice & Act On Inspiration

“Listen to your intuition” we are often told. But how do we find our inner voice? In this video, Emily Fletcher and Vishen Lakhiani explain how you can connect with your inner guide amid modern-day chaos.

About The Video


All too often, that tiny, guiding inner voice within us is drowned out by modern-day distractions in our lives.

This video brings Mindvalley founder, Vishen Lakhiani and Ziva Meditation founder, Emily Fletcher together for a discussion on how to listen to your intuition and act on inspiration.

You’ll discover enlightening views on:

  • (1:55) — The beauty of listening to that small guiding voice inside of you;
  • (2:37) — How we start seeking the answers to our life and happiness from within ourselves after starting a meditation practice;
  • (5:00) — Why nature’s selection process is similar to a CEO of a company, waiting for the right employee to hire and take action;
  • (5:20) — How taking baby steps propels you to move forward before you gradually see noticeable results;
  • (7:51) — How acting and living from inspiration is not about the “when” and “how,” but the “what” and “why.”

Here’s a beautiful quote from Emily to help you listen to your inner voice:

You are the chosen one, and if you choose not to take action, nature will choose someone else.

— Emily Fletcher


What will be your next “baby step” forward? Share it with the tribe in a comment below!

Emily Fletcher

Emily Fletcher

Emily Fletcher is one of the world’s leading experts in meditation. She’s been invited to teach at places like Google, Harvard Business School and The Omega — but that’s a stark contrast to the busy, stressed Broadway performer that she was years earlier.

During her 10-year career on Broadway, which included roles in Chicago, The Producers and A Chorus Line, she started to go grey at 27, suffer from insomnia and get sick 4-5 times a year. Thankfully, she discovered a powerful meditation practice that cured her insomnia and improved her health on the first day.

After years of studying ancient practices in India and teaching thousands of high performers, Emily created Ziva Meditation, a mental technique that combines the stress-relieving benefits of meditation with the mental clarity of mindfulness.

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