Dr. Dolores Fazzino, DNP, Nurse Practitioner, Medical Intuitive, Energy Whisper.
Do you ever feel like you are inundated with so much information that you want to put your fingers in your ears and go LA LA LA LA, I can’t hear you?
Let’s face it, there is so much noise out there and it may be so distracting that you just can’t hear yourself think. What’s a sensitive person to do?
An option may be to lock yourself away in your room or home and just not interact, but what good would that do? Part of being human is having experiences.
The best part is that we have choices. I know that may seem foreign to some, yet it is the absolute truth.
Trust Yourself More!
You get to choose, even when it may seem that you do not have a choice. Sometimes, the most important choice is how you respond to the situation and your attitude towards it.
As a highly sensitive person, I have found that discernment has been a huge lesson for me. It has much to do with boundaries, personal, physical, and energetic ones.
I remember a time in my life when I felt as if I did not trust myself and looked on the outside for my answers. My world was chaotic, I was too trusting of others, believed what they told me, and never doubted their intentions.
My boundaries were so enmeshed that I wanted to believe that everyone had my back, and in fact, they rarely did, and I did not know where I stopped and the other began.
I was called gullible and even though others would say you can’t be too trusting and believe everything you hear and read.
I believed that I was very innocent and was not properly taught how to be more discerning. I experienced my betrayal of trust not only in my profession and personal relationships, but I also experienced it with myself.
I had detached myself completely from who I was as a sovereign being and did not feel worthy or accept my worth as a divine human being.
Maybe this came from my ancestors and parents, who taught me what they know and continue the patterns from other times and places generation after generation.
My life continued with repeating patterns of situations, the same theme, and different variations of a deep-seated core issue of betrayal and mistrust.
I was completely done with how my life was not working for me. My situation changed when I changed. I began to have a relationship with myself. Yes, a relationship!
3 Ways How to Trust Yourself:
The 3 most important things that I learned about discernment are:
1. Trust starts with self first.
Yes, you are going to make mistakes, even though we do our best to be perfect.
It is ok to not be perfect.
Start listening to yourself and your intuition, it is the voice of you. Treat it as if it were your best friend because it is!
2. Feel the situation that you are experiencing.
Whether it is something that is feeding on your pain points, or sounds too good to be true, trust your feelings.
Your feelings are an extension of your inner knowledge, they provide red flags, or warnings if you choose to listen.
This may be a tough one, especially if we want something so bad, are impatient, are reactive, and are into instant gratification.
3. Give yourself permission to walk away from situations.
Most importantly, when you do not feel safe, or something feels off with the situation.
There are so many situations where people do not have their best intentions, it seems at times these opportunists are con artists looking for their next victim.
If something smells fishy, it probably is.
Just like a new skill, the more you exercise and practice this, the easier it gets over time. Always trust your inner wisdom.
What you should remember?
Just remember this, the longest relationship that you will ever have in your life is the one that you will have with yourself.
I invite you to love yourself, respect, honor, value, and appreciate your uniqueness, to make your relationship with you the best ever!
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