4 Powerful Reasons To Trust Your Gut

Trusting your gut

We hear it all the time: trust your gut.

But when we’ve been taught so much about critical thinking, logical reasoning, and analyzing outcomes, it’s sometimes easy to let our brain override this all-too-common gut feeling.

Yet, how often have you looked back and wished you had listened to that strong feeling whirling around in your insides?

Most likely, more often than you’d like to admit.

So, why don’t we listen to it more often? Perhaps because we second guess it’s validity.

If you’d like to understand the scientific validity of why this gut feeling is nearly always correct, read our article, How Science Is Discovering The True Intuition Meaning. And to learn more about all things intuition, check out our comprehensive intuition guide.

But for now, check out these 4 powerful reasons to trust your gut.

1. Your Gut Is Like Your Second Brain


Trusting your intuition

Did you know that we technically have three brains?

The brain between our ears, our heart, and our gut.

They all three contain neurons, just like the neurons in our brain. In fact, our heart and gut send just as many signals to our brain as the other way around.

But unlike the general processes of our brain, our heart and our gut are mostly associated with intuition. You know, “I just felt it in my heart,” or, “I had a strong gut feeling.”

Unfortunately, the intuitive feelings we get from our gut and our heart often conflict with our minds.

Why?

Because this intuitive part of our being is able to assess the past, present, and future simultaneously. It is able to access databases of information your brain otherwise couldn’t — it connects your mind, body, and spirit.

And what better way to make a decision than with your full being?

It’s like a vast, nearly incomprehensible web of fact and feeling.

2. Trusting Your Gut Helps You Know Yourself Deeper


Another great reason to trust your gut is to know and understand yourself deeper. When that voice (or feeling) of intuition speaks, it is coming from your highest self.

As we mentioned above, it is that brilliant heart-gut brain that is able to access all realms of time and all parts of your being simultaneously, without you even having to use the brain in your head to think about any of it.

Your intuition is like your moral compass.

The more you are familiar with using this moral compass, the better able you will be at navigating your life and knowing your truest self.

The more you become acquainted with this inner compass, the more effortless and fruitful your day to day decisions will become. You will learn to have trust and confidence in yourself and ultimately step higher and higher into the greatest version of you.

Besides, why listen to anyone else when it comes to life advice? While it’s great to gain the insights of others, no one knows you better than you.

3. Trust Your Gut — It Will Protect You


Generally, survival is important to us. This is why it is so important to trust your gut.

Do you ever get that feeling that something just isn’t right? Perhaps someone is giving you a strange vibe, or the shortcut through the park at night just doesn’t sit right in your tummy?

This could be your intuition talking to you.

Our intuition has the ability to assess far more information than our rational, logical minds can — and far more quickly. Perhaps our gut knows why that person has ill intention, or why you shouldn’t walk through the park that night.

4. The More You Listen To Your Gut, The Stronger It Gets


It’s kind of like a rewards system.

Or, a muscle.

The more you listen to and get to know your inner voice, the louder, stronger, and clearer it will become.

The key to mastering the gift of intuition is learning to really listen to it. The more mindful you are of it, the more powerful it will get. To help you get in even more touch with this sense, read our article on how to improve your “Spidey Sense.”


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Natasha Wanderly

Natasha is a happy no-mad with a love for living lucidly, dancing with fire, and talking to strangers. From living with Shamans in the Amazon to studying hieroglyphs in Egypt, she is always on some type of adventure. Every day, she wakes up with two goals: 1.) Be here 2.) Be love.

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