Miraculous stories of following intuition in everyday life.

Stories of Intuition in Everyday Life

Sometimes the best approach to making decisions in life is to let go and let your intuition guide you. The more you “try” to control a situation or get an answer the more blocked, confused and frustrated you become.

When you let go and allow yourself to be led by your gut often things just work out for the best as the following stories of intuition in everyday life illustrate. Life’s problems solves themselves if you let them.

Following Intuition leads to love

I wasn’t even supposed to be out that night but my friend called and she was upset because someone (oh, okay, my brother) had just broken up with her. She wanted to go out. She was a good friend. We went.


But we only planned to go to a movie and then go home. But the movie morphed into coffee which became a drink and after that we decided to take a walk through our favourite dance club to see if anyone we knew was out.


It was crowded and we were mounting the stairs from the basement pub to the dance floor level. I was in the lead and I intended to go straight, at the top of the stairs, turn left and, having skirted the dance floor on two sides, exit through the front door.


But when I got to the top of the stairs I heard a voice that say, “Go this way.” Indicating a left turn. For some reason I don’t know now and didn’t know then, I listened. I turned left, and as I came around that corner I saw my future husband standing there. He saw me at that same moment.


The rest, as they say… well you know what they say 😉


–Lori Gosselin – Life for Instance


Following Intuition leads to discovering life’s work

Several months ago, I was your average person struggling to make a living and dreading every day of work.  My “career” was going nowhere fast.  I kept getting this nagging and undeniable feeling that I was meant to do something special with my life.  But, for whatever reason I kept ignoring it.    Through the agony and misery, I trudged along hoping that one day it would all change.  I had been reading several books including Angela’s Intuition Principle .  Slowly, I began to realize that my intuition was pulling me to listen.  Signs and synchronized events kept happening, and  I knew it was the universe’s way of encouraging me.  

One day, I had this sudden urge to make a list of all the things I loved to do.  It seemed ridiculous at the time, but I desperately wanted to find a career that would make me happy.  I scanned down the list… writing, editing, researching, chakras, spiritual studies, dreams, etc.  Instantly, I knew.  I was meant to be a writer and incorporate all of these concepts into my novel.

Against the advice of others, I quit my job and started working diligently on the book.  I admit I even had moments of doubt as other people’s negative opinions began to haunt me.  Yet, all the while, I just knew deep down that I was meant to be a writer.  Six months later, I published my first book.
I owe it all to following my intuition and truly listening to that gut feeling.  I have struggled my whole  life on what direction to take my career, but in that one moment it all became clear.  Listen to your intuition, and the world will open up for you!!
–E.M. Smith – Author – The Colors of Growth

Following Intuition leads to more business

I have been refreshing my intuitive business lately. When I asked my intuition for guidance on how to best expand my services, the name of an acquaintance of mine popped into my head.

This person runs a meta-physical store in my town.  She is a gifted intuitive, who has done readings for me from many times, but I have never done any sort of business with her.  I decided to contact her, even though I was a little nervous about it.

When I called her, it turned out she was delighted to hear from me.  It turned out she “happened to be” working on her fall workshop schedule when I called.  Without even looking at my course outline, she was very happy to offer my “Contacting Spirit Guides” course to clients in her store.  Not only that, she wanted my course to be part of additional workshops! 

When I timidly asked her about whether she might be interested in me offering group mediumship readings – one of my recently added additions – she was very enthusiastic and encouraged me to expand to larger groups than I had even considered!

Thanks to my intuition, another great opportunity has come into my life. 🙂

Kara Thompson – Conduit of Joy


Following intuition leads to avoiding taking the wrong job

Earlier this year I wrote about how I had been offered a well paying job but turned it down after accepting it in a post titled: 8 Tips to Help Get You Through a Crisis of the Soul. Essentially what happened was that after I accepted the job I became deathly ill and couldn’t get out of bed for a week! I had such anxiety about taking this job that my intuition manifested an illness to get my attention and rethink taking the job.

Everything happens for a reason. For all intents and purposes the job appeared to be perfect.  It was a well paying managerial job in my field (financial sales). The company was in the midst of a merger with another company which was supposed to make the job even more lucrative. I was supposed to start at the end of January and the merger was supposed to be finalized by the Spring.

It is now the beginning of July and the merger is on hold. The people who were hired in anticipation of having a spectacular year are not having a spectacular year at all. They are waiting on the sidelines for this merger to take place losing income that was promised to them.

As it turns out my intuition knew better and far more than I could have imagined after all.

–Angela Artemis


Following Intuition saves a pet

Awhile back, we noticed there was something going on with our 13 yr. old boxer, Jasmine. She was unusually restless, and I felt she was in pain.

I could “see it in her eyes”.

We checked her over but didn’t find anything amiss. We decided to take her to the vet.

Once there, we discussed the symptoms. I told the vet I felt certain she was in pain. The vet checked her, and decided that because she had begun to drink water more often, she must have diabetes.

I explained I thought the water drinking was just an anxious response to being in pain. Again, I stressed that I knew her well and was sure there was something hurting her.

The vet just didn’t agree. She felt strongly that it was diabetes and that we should do blood tests. She could do some then, but Jasmine would have to fast and come back the next day for the remainder.

The vet was an hour’s drive and the tests were expensive, so we asked her to give us a minute.

She left the room and I had the presence of mind to go within. I “felt it out” once more. Again, I felt certain the issue was pain, not diabetes.

We told her we decided not to have the tests. She warned us that Jasmine would not even last 2 more days without treatment.

This is where I could have bought into her experience, expertise, and the fear she was injecting. LInstead, we thanked her and left. (With no pain killers, unfortunately.)

The next day, I found half a tooth on the floor. One of Jasmine’s, of course. Can you imagine the pain of a severely broken tooth?

Over the next few days, she recovered and became her happy self again. She never did have or get diabetes.

–Patti Foy – Lightspirited Being


Following Intuition for making the right decision

I was approached to take on a transcription contract by someone I did not know.  This individual wanted me to meet at their house and told me they had some recordings they wanted me to document.  I had an uneasy feeling and started to get a headache as I left my house.  (Intuition sometimes works in different ways, through the body rather than a “voice”).  

On the drive to the place, I flipped on my car radio, and John Fogerty’s “Bad Moon Rising” came on.  After I met with the client, I discovered the hours of recordings were secretly made of family members dealing with some very personal issues. 

This whole scenario did not feel like something I cared to be involved in, and I had never been asked to do this before.  

I said I needed to think about taking this on due to my “excessive workload” and returned the recordings that day by mail.

–Erin Waterman – Healing Outdoors-Care for the Caregiver

What experiences of everyday intuition have you had? Did they lead you away from a difficult situation to right path in  you life? Share your story with us in the comments.

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