How To Look Amazing and Connect With Your Intuition

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Creating art, meditating, grounding, pampering myself, making brave choices… these are all tools I use to connect with my intuition. When things get busy {as life does} I combine all them all into one epically efficient self care practice: getting dressed.

I practice listening to my intuition by relying on it to pick my outfits for the day! It’s like having your best friend with impeccable taste pick out your outfits… because that’s exactly what’s happening.

Your intuition is your bestie, in this situation and literally all other ones, in case that wasn’t clear.

Anywho, here’s what I do:

I take a few deep breaths, feel into the bottoms of my feet connecting with the floor.

I ask my inner voice how I need to show up that day. If something jumps out at me {sometimes literally}, I’ll wear that without question, It’s a practice in trusting myself and my intuition to make good life choices.

If the outfit doesn’t immediately come to me, I go through each piece. I’m pretty casual, just asking “this one?” but you can totally be more formal or ritualistic with it. It’s a great opportunity to get to know your ideal intuitive communication style. “Should I wear this piece today/for this event” is also great.

I’m very in tune with what “yes” and “no” feel like in my body, so I typically rely on that. If you use a pendulum or muscle testing, those work too. If you don’t know wtf I’m talking about, I can teach you.

When I have an outfit of yeses, I get dressed and move on with my day, feeling confident and radiant af. Most days. Still a human here.

Easy, right? Sometimes the simplest things are most profound.

I find the days I’m struggling to find something to wear are the times my inner critic are so loud I can’t connect with my inner voice. She’s still quiet, afraid of being heard, scared she won’t be trusted or loved. But, the more I choose her opinion over the one I “should” the clearer and louder she becomes. When I’m in the flow, her voice is the only one I hear. THIS IS A METAPHOR FOR LIFE.

I invite you to try out this practice if it resonates for you. After all, you have to get dressed anyways. Might as well have some fun with it!