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Following Intuition 2008

Some may feel as if they’ve known for some time saying things like,"Do you ever feel like something's coming?" Others may just now begin questioning everything from what and who they have around them to their careers and what it's all for...

If you haven’t put a lot of faith in trusting your instincts before, there's no better time than the present. From relationships to career moves often we can get where we're going a lot faster when we do.

Many people feel these days as if they’re living on the verge of reality. They may do their best keeping up with the media and responsibilities of every day living, but may also feel a restlessness inside creating an infestation of conflict.

Anxiety, depression, sleeplessness, etc. may also accompany these feelings. The good news is the culmination has little to do with our intuition and more to do with our fear of change. So, by all means investigate! Though it may indicate something minor like a lack of fulfillment it may also indicate something more our angels are helping to prepare us for. Either way, assume there are reasons for them and very much worth looking into.

Economically speaking, many people write to me about jobs, careers, foreclosures and what to do. However, even as we address primary issues (immediate concerns) underlying foreboding about the future begins to surface on a broader more worldly and universal level. Ironically, once these fears are addressed, relief and roads of opportunity begin to open.

The same can be said about relationships where instincts tell us this may not be the best thing. More often than not we are correct, with the person we were meant to be with just around the corner.

More economical concerns will surface. We will also see medial perks along the way adding confusion to what we may already feel. If you sense something is, "coming" listen, it is mearly the winds of change.

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