From Indy

I love to ride in the car. Sometimes Rhett will roll the window down just an inch or so I can stick my nose out and smell all the amazing smells we pass. It’s an adventure of the nose!

I don’t always recognize what I’m smelling, but I can get a sense of what passes through my nostrils just from the tang or particular intensity of the odor. Some part of my brain recognizes things as familiar even when my conscious mind is not sure what it is.

I’ve noticed that people do this too, but they don’t seem to realize it. Some might call it a sixth sense. Some call it intuition. I really don’t know what it is, but I do think people perceive more than they realize . The amazing power of your brain gives you answers to questions you didn’t even know you asked.

Do you trust the answers you receive by your own inner self? Do you have that sense of knowing, even when you’re not sure why or how you know? I’ll bet you do. I’ll bet you know when you should hit “send” and when you should hit “delete” on that questionable e-mail you’re about to toss into cyberspace. Ever hit “send” and then wished you’d have listened to your calm inner guidance instead of your angry ego?

Maybe next time you could give that a try. Just for a day, do your best to trust your inner messages. Ask yourself yes and no questions, and notice which answer is stronger or brighter in your mind. Then act according to that answer. See how your day turns out.

I knew I shouldn’t eat that entire rawhide chew stick, but I did it anyway. Now, I have a stomach ache. I wish I had followed my inner message and left it alone. Oh well… tomorrow is another day.

Let’s go to the barn! My inner guidance thinks your horse would really like you to ride today.

Love, Indy

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