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Do you use intuition in your relationships?

Is there a more exquisite loving bond than between a parent and a child? Our most connected and intuitive relationships are within our families, for our children and for those we care about most. Why? Because we take the time to observe, listen and feel the other person’s thoughts, needs and desires.

Imagine if all our relationships were as connected, intuitive and as loving as this? When you are using your intuition and love towards those you care about most, your relationships can only develop and prosper.

Using your intuition powerfully guides you to create more loving and thriving relationships. So, how do we do that? Firstly, let’s find out what intuition is and how you can use intuition to create even better and more loving relationships.

What is intuition?

Intuition is a culmination of experiences, instinct and the senses. Intuition includes heightened touch, sight, smell, taste, hearing and feeling. When you shake someone’s hand when you meet them for the first time, you may instinctively sense whether you can trust this person or not. For many people, this is a profound feeling. It’s an all-knowing feeling in your heart and gut that tells you whether something is wrong. You may not know exactly why, or have any logical reasoning for feeling that way, but in that very moment, you know to listen and to trust that overwhelming feeling of danger.

Intuitive relationships 

As you trust and use your intuition more, your relationship with yourself and others changes for the better.

Danielle, a client, married mother of two in her early forties, had a medical condition which was deteriorating quickly. She tried many medical and natural therapies with no success. Using intuition, we were able to identify that the unhappiness in her relationship with her husband was causing the majority of the stress and trauma. Danielle, deep down, instinctively knew this to be true in her heart but didn’t have the support or the the tools to face this uncomfortable truth. Even at the expense of her health.

Danielle took a break from her husband. Her health improved dramatically. She now uses her intuition in all her relationships and, as a consequence, has develop even greater confidence, self-assertiveness and self-love. Overtime, through setting new relationship boundaries, Danielle’s husband has improved his ways. Danielle is back with her husband and their relationship is growing and has transformed for the better.

How to develop intuitive relationships 

Below are some simple yet powerful steps that make all the difference in how you can connect more intuitively and lovingly with yourself and in all of your relationships. Close your eyes for two minutes.

1. Hear and then let go of your thoughts.
2. Allow all of your emotions to come forward.
3. Release negative emotions through your body, the floor and into the earth.
4. Visualise and feel happy times — children, partner, family or animals. Love with all of your heart.
5. Coming from a happier and more loving place, now confidently trust your intuition.

Clearing your mind from negativity and your heart from fear creates a more connected and loving place towards yourself and others. Being clearer of mind and heart allows you to intuitively hear and respond better to the needs of others. The best relationships are the most intuitive and loving ones. Enjoy using the power of your intuition to connect and develop all of your relationships for the better.


Craigh Wilson is a sought-after author, media contributor, mentor and international keynote speaker. He offers smart, realistic and powerful transformational solutions to everyday people, business owners, entrepreneurs and leaders of Fortune 500 companies in over 44 countries around the world.

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