Trust your gut feelings and nurture your intuition. You already think you should be suspicious, so why do you keep doubting your instincts. Don’t give too much away. Be watchful and vigilant. You will overcome the confusion which will allow you to see the whole picture and make the best choice for you. This is not the weekend to throw caution to the wind!
If you already feel uneasy about something going on around you, then don’t dismiss your gut feeling. Something isn’t right. It may not be clear what it is for a few more weeks, or perhaps even a couple of months. But managing your expectations is a good idea until you know for sure what’s going on behind the scenes.
It can be hard to tell the difference between allowing fear to create negative talk in your head and your real gut feeling that something is wrong. That’s where a daily meditation comes into help. At the very least, even a single weekly meditation can help you strengthen the bridge between your conscious and higher conscious minds.
In a state of meditation, you can examine your gut feelings and figure out which are your own doubts and which are your real gut instincts about something that simply doesn’t seem right. But if you’ve had this feeling for a few days and it won’t go away, it’s probably not your fears talking. So be watchful. Hold back on your interest and emotions. Don’t let your feelings runaway with you and you’ll be able to limit the damage. There’s a reason this is happening right now, but without having a clear mind and vision, you’re going to have a hard time seeing what that reason is.
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