Do you get the feeling that you are hungry for something, but you don't know what it is? It's as if you can taste it on your tongue, but you can't describe it to anyone, not even to yourself. It's like a thirst that fluids won't quench -- it's a desire to know more -- but from a source you can trust. Are you looking for the answers to your questions, but don't know where to turn?
The answers to all your questions lay within you. The solution is to find out how you can get access to them, objectively and through a clear lens so that you can find the steps you need to take in any situation. All of your answers are bound up in your intuition. To get to them, you need to develop your intuition.
Something others may call "gut feelings." Whether you choose to believe it or not, everyone has intuition, has the ability to tap into the universal field and gain an understanding of the steps they need to take in any situation.
The hard part is learning to tell the difference between your "guts" and what your head is saying. This is where objectivity comes in. And obtaining objectivity is not an easy task when you've loaded yourself down with baggage. The baggage may be so highly stacked around you so that you cannot see clearly out. All you are looking at is your baggage. When it's stacked that high, you can't see anything else.
Honestly, this creates a filter on all of our 'perceptions' and prevents us from seeing or experiencing our lives in a clear manner. This filter muddies the water of our intuition and while we may be getting the signals, we're tuned to the wrong channel and nothing's coming through. In this case, the head, or the "ego" may be trying to take over, because this is how it keeps itself "safe." It protects itself with the baggage.
Learning to develop your intuition isn't about learning how to be right. Frankly, it's learning that it's OK to be wrong. When you learn to release your attachment to being right, you free yourself up from the limitations that "mind" wants to put onto you. Intuition is a sense developed in freedom, not in fear and restriction. And when you're feeling tight and restricted and the need to put everything into a neat little box, this usually means that you're not following your intuition.