Your gut is typically what guides you when you get a sense that you should do something or that something feels right. Your mind however does not always coincide with what your gut wants for you. Your gut is telling you to question something or look for an interior motive on someone or something when it feels wrong. Or you gut is what tells to take that job or get to know that person better when you go on a date. Your gut is you antenna. The antenna (your gut) is what guides your life, and pulls it to the right frequency. The guide can direct you to the right frequency, but you may not always follow it. You have to learn to trust your guide. But how do you make yourself listen to that guide more often? How do you trust what is right? And how do you kick the negative voice out that steps in shortly after that tell you that you are wrong. The negative voices are your ego telling you to be fearful and that it can’t be true what your gut is telling you. But what is most true, is that the first thought that usually pops in your mind is your gut or your intuition, before the fear kicks in and says it’s a bad idea. The fear is telling you that it’s a bad idea because of all the negative stuff in your past, which is why this feeling in your gut can’t be trusted. The key is learning to be confident in what your gut tells you and to follow through in those feelings of righteousness. To not only follow it through, but not to look back. Often times when you haven’t followed your gut, doesn’t’ something bad happen instead? And then your initial gut feeling turns out being true in the end. Like for example, when your gut told you a person wasn’t right for you but you kept dating them anyways because you thought you could change them. And then dating them after 4 years, still later realize that they are not right for you. Learn to trust that feeling and keep moving. Stop questioning, and just do. When you learn to trust yourself, the right things will happen because you are following your natural path rather than fight it.